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Assistance

We are here to help.

Ask a volunteer or conference organizer.

Information desks and tents

Medical and Emergency Information

Banking

ATM's are located outside the Student Center, facing the parking lot.  The UK Credit Union is located in Student Center, room 245.  Lobby hours are Monday-Friday 7:30am - 4:30pm.

 
 

 

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Hotels and Hotel Shuttles

Shuttles for conference events can be found on the "Transportation" page.

Guests should inquire directly to the hotels regarding airport shuttles. Some (but not all) hotels offer such a shuttle. This service is not provided by the conference.

Shuttles will be provided between campus and the airport on Saturday, April 5 from 9:30am - 1:00pm. A luggage storage room will be available in Student Center, room 211 on Saturday, April 5 from 7:00am - 7:00pm.

View a map of the Lexington area and NCUR hotels.

Shuttles between Hotels and Campus

Thursday, April 3rd:
 
 
6:30am-9:00am Shuttles will run in (approximately) 30-minute intervals.
9:00am-4:00pm Fewer shuttles; Shuttles will run in (approximately) 30-minute intervals.
4:00pm-7:00pm Shuttles will run in (approximately) 30-minute intervals.
 
 
The last shuttle from the hotel to campus will depart at 5:30pm.
The last shuttle from campus to the hotel will depart at 7:00pm.
 
 
Friday, April 4th:
 
 
6:30am-9:00am Shuttles will run in (approximately) 30-minute intervals.
9:00am-4:00pm Fewer shuttles; Shuttles will run in (approximately) 30-minute intervals.
4:00pm-7:00pm Shuttles will run in (approximately) 30-minute intervals.
 
The last shuttle from the hotel to campus will depart at 5:30pm.
The last shuttle from campus to the hotel will depart at 7:00pm.
 
 
Saturday, April 5th:
 
 
6:30am-1:00pm Shuttles will run in (approximately) 30-minute intervals.
 
The last shuttle from the hotel to campus will depart at 12:30pm.
The last shuttle from campus to the hotel will depart at 1:00pm.
 

Hotels Bus Route

Campbell House Inn, Spring Hill Suites,
The Inn on Broadway, University Inn
Blue Route
Clarion, Marriott Griffin Gate Purple Route
Courtyard, Residence Inn Yellow Route
Double Tree Suites Brown Route
Embassy Suites, Fairfield Inn,
Four Points Sheraton, La Quinta Inn
Green Route
Hilton, Hyatt Regency Red Route
 
 

Helpful Shuttle Tips

  • Buses will begin loading at the pick-up locations at 6:15am.
  • During the AM rush (6:30-9:00am) the buses will depart every 30 minutes, or earlier if the buses are full.
  • After 9:00am, shuttles will wait (approximately) 2 minutes at each hotel pick-up location.

What you can do to help

  • Arrive early at pick up locations.
  • When presenting, you are encouraged to use earlier shuttles (1) to ensure ample time for travel to campus, (2) to walk to your destination on campus, and (3) to set up for your presentation.

Campus Drop-Off/Pick-Up Location

The UK campus drop-off/pick-up location for the hotel shuttles is at the top of Administration Drive. The conference registration site is a short walk away, in the Small Ballroom of the UK Student Center. An information tent will be located near the drop off point where student volunteers will be available to provide directions and to answer questions.
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NCUR Meals

Dining Options

 All registrations, pre-paid or on-site, include breakfast and lunch.  Many locations have vegetarian and gluten-free options.  If you indicated any kind of dietary restriction on your registration, you may choose to dine at the franchise establishments; however, guarenteed fulfillment of your request is only available at the Student Center Grand Ballroom.
 
View the dining chart with at-a-glance information on vendors, locations, hours of operation, and payment options.
 
Breakfast Daily:
Snack Shacks:
Lunch Daily:
Lunch Options:
          1. Chick Fil A: Any sandwich or 8 count nugget; side item and a fountain drink       
          2. Intermezzo: Any sandwich, salad or hot entree, one side and a fountain drink
          3. Panda Express: 2 entree plate and a fountain drink                                           
          4. Say Cheese: Any sandwich, side item and a fountain drink            
          5. Sbarro: 2 pizza slice or a pasta entree, small salad and fountain drink 
          6. Subway: Footlong sub <$6.25 or any 6 inch sub w/ chips and a fountain drink                            
          7. Subway Cart (Located on MLK patio at the Student Center): Subway box lunch w/ footlong sub, one       
              cookie, chips and canned soda; Sandwich choices: Ham, Turkey, or BMT. Condiments and seating 
              available

Grand Ballroom Menu

Thursday, April 3rd
Continental Breakfast (7-9am)
 
Assorted Pastries, Assorted Muffins, Fruit Salad, and Individual Yogurts, Starbucks Coffee, Assorted Hot Tea, Individual Assorted Juice and Bottled Water
 
Catered Ballroom Boxed Lunch (Noon-2pm) 
 
Choice of Turkey & Cheese or Roast Beef & Cheese on Wheatberry Bread, Sun Chips, Apple, Cookie and a Soda or Bottled Water
Or 
Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free Boxed Lunch: Regular Lays Chips, Apple, Pistachio-Praline Coconut Bar and a Soda or Bottled Water 
 
Friday, April 4th
 
Continental Breakfast (7-9am)
Assorted Muffins, Mini Quiche, Fruit Salad and Individual Yogurts, Starbucks Coffee, Assorted Hot Tea, Individual Assorted Juice and Bottled Water
 
Catered Ballroom Boxed Lunch (Noon-2pm)
Choice of Turkey & Cheese or Roast Beef & Cheese on Wheatberry Bread, Sun Chips, Apple, Cookie and a soda or bottled water
 Or
Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free Boxed Lunch: Regular Lays Chips, Apple, Pistachio-Praline Coconut Bar and Soda or Bottled Water 
 
Saturday, April 5th
 
Continental Breakfast (7-9am)
Assorted Muffins, Mini Quiche, Fruit Salad and Individual Yogurts, Starbucks Coffee, Assorted Hot Tea, Individual Assorted Juice, and Bottled Water
 
Room 211 Student Center
Boxed lunches for registrants requiring a special diet will be available in Student Center, room 211 on Saturday.  If you have an excursion planned, you will receive your boxed lunch upon boarding the bus.

 

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Open Houses

Departmental Open Houses

 
All open houses will take place on Thursday, April 3 from 4-6pm.

Ever wanted to see what happens behinid the scenes in UK's aerospace engineering lab? Learn how dissections of non-human primates can teach us about our own species evolution? Learn about the ins and outs of vinyl print making? Find out how to make a wiki for George Eliot's 19th century classic, Middlemarch?
 
 
Come on over to our house! You can do all this and more at the NCUR Open Houses on April 3 from 4-6pm. For one night only, UK will throw open the doors to some of its most interesting research labs, studios, and facilities and UK faculty and students will be on hand to dazzle you with mind blowing demonstration, fascinating exhibitions, and scintillating discussions about the cutting edge and unique research being done at UK. Much of this work involves the invaluable contribution of undergraduate researchers and will be a great way to find out more about undergraduate research opportunities on campus. All participating students are encouraged to join us and to visit a number of open houses to see first-hand, the research diversity at UK. Transportation between open house events will be provided.
 
View a map of Open Houses.
 
 
Location #1: Joe Craft Center
Athletics
Location #2: Little Library
Creative writing Oulipo workshop


Oulipo is a loose gathering of (mainly) French-speaking writers and mathematicians which seeks to create works using constrained writing techniques. Participants will have a chance to learn about and apply several of these techniques
Linguistics
Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures workshop (Borders: Discovering Global Culture)

Digital and poster presentations of senior thesis research by MCL majors (Arabic, Chinese, Classics, French, German, Japanese, Russian) and their mentors. Students and mentoring faculty will demonstrate and discuss their findings on topics as wide ranging as the definition of culture and identity to how language is acquired, from ancient myth in the contemporary film to literary analysis of the graphic novel

Location #3: Marksbury Building
Computer Science

  • Learn about inexpensive immersive environments (Flight simulator projected onto a 3-sided, immersive screen)
  • View demos of rapid 3D scanning and create a 3-D model of a person in just a few seconds of standing still!
  • Explore the potential of 3D printing and view objects created using this technology
  • Learn about iris recognition and biometric authentication, even through glasses and sunglasses!

Location #4: Paul Anderson Tower
Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • View demonstrations of environmental scanning electron microscopy and nanoscale 3D printing
  • Explore small space craft development and International Space Station payloads
  • Learn about computer development and how supercomputing can be made cheap using clusters and GPUs including demonstrations of computational photography
Location #5: College of Eng. Quadrangle Courtyard
UK Aerospace

  • Learn about NASA internships and career opportunities
  • View CubeSat satellite engineering models presented by the UK Space Systems Lab (KySat-2 flight model scheduled for launch Nov 19, 2013)
  • Learn about unmanned Aerial Vehicles
  • View demos of alloy samples and machining results
  • Explore spacecraft thermal protection systems simulations
Location #6: Raymond Building
Environmental Research and Training Lab

  • Tour the entire facility, learn about each of the scientific instruments (ICP, GC-MS, LC-MS, Real-Time PCR, and many others), and learn about ERTL research.
  • Analyze heavy metals in water samples from area streams by inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES).
  • Examine water samples from area streams for E.coli bacterial concentrations to determine the impact of leaking sanitary sewers and storm sewer overflows.
Location #7: Chem-Phys Building, Room 179
Physics and Astronomy Lab
  • Tour the intermediate energy/nuclear physics labs and see the van de Graaf accelerator
  • Visit the MacAdam observatory
  • View magnetic resonance, Compton scattering, X-ray diffraction, and photoelectric effect demonstrations
  • Visit the condensed matter research labs
Location #8: Thomas Hunt Morgan Building
Biology

  • Learn about how live pine sawflies can tell us about speciation events
  • View zebrafish embryos at different stages of development with a stereomicroscope
  • Explore the role of larval lampreys in studies of vertebrate evolution
Location #9: Slone Building
Environmental Earth Science and Geology

  • Visit the Stable Isotope analysis laboratory and use mass spectrometry to determine stable isotope ratios for paleoclimate analysis
  • View tiny grains in lava in the petrographic microscopy labs and then Visit the Electron Microprobe Lab to view the tiny grains in the tiny grains in lava
  • Tour the Sedimentary Environmental and Radiochemical Research Laboratory
Location #10: Young Library
William T. Young Library Archives

  • View a demonstration on the use of digital publishing tools in the creation of multimedia specific to ‘Immigration in Appalachian, Kentucky’
  • Explore library movie holdings for an historically accurate perspective on Hollywood
  • Learn more about the OHMS cataloging system and Kentucky’s oral history
William T. Young Library Research Facilities

Come and see active learning spaces in action, with mediascape demos, interactive classroom polling, and research assistance methods. Multiple demonstrations using the technology in creative ways.

Location #11: Kentucky Clinic
Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS)
  • Explore ongoing CCTS research and learn about research training opportunities
  • Tour out-patient and in-patient clinical facilities
  • Tour the clinical laboratory facilities
Location #12: BioPharm Complex
Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharm.D.
Location: Pharmacy building
  • Prepare a Pluronic Lecithin Organogel (PLO) for transdermal medication delivery in a fictional patient
  • Learn about the practical application of camphor and menthol ointments
  • Explore the tools and approaches used in natural product drug delivery
  • Learn about drug interaction and methods used to assess the number of receptors
Location #13: Sanders-Brown Building
Sanders-Brown Center on Aging/Alzheimer’s Disease Center

  • Learn about how tauopathies like Alzheimer’s disease occur, tour the tissue culture hood and examine GFP expressing cells
  • Examine human brains under a microscope and learn about Alzheimers and age related changes in the brain
  • Participate in neuropsychological testing exercises
  • Learn about the relationship between Alzheimer’s disease and Down Syndrome.
Location #14: MRI Whitney Hendrikson Building
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in Humans and Small Animals

  • Observe a cardiac MRI in a human
  • Observe a cardiac MRI in a mouse
  • Observe a functional brain MRI in a human
  • Learn about MRI ‘physics tricks’ (floating paperclips!) and the strength of the magnetic field
Location #15
Anatomy (Non-human primate comparative morphology labs)

Location: UK Chandler Medical Center, MN 221

  • View and touch non-human primate cadavers (gorillas, monkeys, lemurs and more)
  • Learn about how paleontologists use the bones, muscles and sensory organs of our close relatives to learn more about primate and human evolution
  • See demonstrations of computer based 3D morphometric shape analysis, muscle fiber architecture analysis, histological studies of primate sensory structures and gross anatomical dissections of our closest relatives – The primates!
Location #16: CT Wethington Building, Second and Fifth Floors, Basement
Molecular and Biomedical Pharmacology

  • Learn how blood flow and renal pressure is measured in rats and how they respond to andrenergic agonists
  • Observe how electrical activity of the heart is recorded in anesthetized experimental animals.
  • Explore how learning and memory is evaluated in rats using a Morris water maze
Location #17: Biomedical/Biological Research Sciences Building (BBSRB), Second Floor
Nutritional Science
Location #18: Fine Arts Building
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Parking

Driving personal vehicles to campus is dicouraged.  Parking at the University of Kentucky is very restricted.  If you are not staying at a hotel with a shuttle, please review the following parking options.
 
Remote On-campus Parking
Location: RV lot near the intersection of Alumni Drive and Commonwealth Drive.
 
A remote parking area has been designated for regional attendees driving to and from home each day at the intersection of Alumni Drive and Commonwealth Drive across from Commonwealth Football Stadium.  There is no charge to park in the remote parking area.  Disabled attendees who drive in are encouraged to use the remote parking area as all buses are ADA accessible.
 
Those parking in the remote lot should ride the Lextran Greg Page/Stadium Route buses which pick up at the bus stop on the east side of the lot.  Look for a designated sign and volunteer.  These buses run from 7:00am-7:00pm approximately every 10 minutes.  Conference attendees should get off at the bus stop on S. Limestone at the base of Administration Drive near the steps to the Main Building.  Signs and volunteers at the stop will direct you to the conference registration area, a short walk away.
 
Limited Daily Self-pay Parking at Structure 5
Location: 409 S. Limestone (entrances on S. Limestone and S. Upper St.)
 
Visitor rates are $2 for the first hour, $2 for the second hour, $1 for every hour thereafter with a $10 maximum per day.  There is no overnight parking allowed in this structure.  Parking fees are made using three ATM-style central cashier stations, located in Stairwell A on levels 1 and 3.  Handicap accessible parking is available on all levels of the structure.  Elevators are located in Stairwell A.  To enhance convenience, access, and safety, pedestrains may use the pedway from Stairwell A, level 3, to cross S. Limeston to the UK Student Center.
 
Disability Parking
 
NCUR participants with permanent or temporary physical impairments that substantially limit their ability to walk, may qualify for disability parking.  A campus disability parking permit is required for parking in campus disability spaces.  Visitors may have a state-issued disability license plate or state-issued disability parking pass, but these are not valid for diability parking on campus.  Please contact the NCUR office at ncur2014@uky.edu if you need to request an on-campus handicap parking permit.

 

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Plenary Speakers

Dr. T. Pearse Lyons--Thursday, April 3, 9:00AM

Singletary Center Concert Hall

Dr. T. Pearse Lyons is the founder and president of Alltech, a top-10 animal health company that employs more than 3,500 people and conducts business in 128 countries.  Founded in 1980 with $10,000 capital, the company has grown to annual sales of nearly $1 billion.  Dr. Lyons is widely recognized as an innovative industry leader. His scientific expertise, combined with an acute business sense, helped revolutionize the animal feed industry through the introduction of natural ingredients to feed.  Now in its fourth decade of business, Alltech improves the health and performance of people, animals and plants through natural nutrition and scientific innovation.  Dr. Lyons received his bachelor's degree from University College Dublin, Ireland and obtained his maters' and doctoral degrees at the University of Birmingham, England.  He later worked as a biochemist for Irish Distillers before founding Alltech.  Since then, he has authored more than 20 books and numberous research papers in scientific journals. 


Dr. Lyons was acknowledged as leading one of the top 100 fastest-growing high-tech companies by World Trade Magazine.  He has been recognized for his contribution to science and industry and has been awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Plymouth, England; Heriot-Watt University, Scotland; and the University of Kentucky, Centre College, Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Pikeville, United States.  University College Dublin awarded Lyons an honorary doctorate on the occasion of its 150th anniversary.  In 2013, Dr. Lyons was named Business Person of the Year by Business and Finance, was honored as one of Irish America's Business 100 and received the prestigious Ireland-U.S. Council Award for Outstanding Achievement.  In 2013, he was once again named to Irish America's Business 100 and was selected to receive the Commander's Award for Public Service, a rarely-presented official U.S. Army medal.  Dr. Lyons has spearheaded Alltech's commitment to international equestrian sport, beginning with the Alltech FEI World Equestrian GamesTM 2010 in Lexington, Kentucky, which were attended by more than half a million spectators from all 50 U.S. states and 63 countries and joined by another 500 million television viewers.  Dr. Lyons' leadership in the historic event led to his receipt of the Commonwealth of Kentucky's first-ever Legacy Award in 2011.  Alltech is proud to continue its partnership with these elite world championships.  The Alltech FEI World Equestrian GamesTM 2014 in Normandy, France, will take place from August 23 to September 7, 2014.  This plenary session is sponsored by Alltech. 

Mr. Kris W. Kimel--Thursday, April 3, 7:00PM

Lexington Center Bluegrass Ballroom

 Mr. Kris W. Kimel presents, Big Ideas Start at Crazy.  Mr. Kimel is the founder and serves as the President of Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation. He also serves as a Partner of NanoRacks LLC. Mr. Kimel is a leader behind the vision and implementation of Kentucky Space a non-profit enterprise focused on the design, development and application of entrepreneurial and educational space platforms. He is also the founder of the international IdeaFestival (IF) a world-class event that attracts leading and highly diverse thinkers from across the nation and around the globe to explore and celebrate innovation, imagination and game-changing ideas.  This plenary session sponsored by Gallatin Steel.
 

Nikky Finney--Friday, April 4, 2:00PM

Singletary Center Concert Hall

Nikky Finney was born in South Carolina, within listening distance of the sea. A child of activists, she came of age during the civil rights and Black Arts Movements. At Talladega College, nurtured by Hale Woodruff's Amistad murals, Finney began to understand the powerful synergy between art and history. Finney has authored four books of poetry: Head Off & Split (2011); The World Is Round (2003); Rice (1995); and On Wings Made of Gauze (1985). The John H. Bennett, Jr. Chair in Southern Letters and Literature at the University of South Carolina, Finney also authored Heartwood (1997) edited The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South (2007), and co-founded the Affrilachian Poets.  Finney's fourth book of poetry Head Off & Split was awarded the 2011 National Book Award for poetry.  This plenary session sponsored by Lockheed Martin and Toyota.

Dr. Ernest Bailey, Ph.D.--Saturday, April 5, 12:00PM

Singletary Center Concert Hall

Ernest Bailey, Ph.D. is a professor of veterinary science at the University of Kentucky's Gluck Equine Research Center and coordinator for the USDA Horse Genome collaboration, an international effort by over 100 scientists in 20 countries to define the genome, the DNA sequence, of the domestic horse. With this knowledge, scientists can begin to understand the genetic aspects of equine physiology and disease. Genetic tools have the potential to help researchers find new therapies and treatments for diseases such as laminitis, respiratory diseases, etc.  This plenary session sponsored by Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation.
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Registration and Check-in

NCUR 2014 Registration

Pre-registered attendees should check in immediately upon arrival at the Registration Center, located in the Ballroom of the Student Center. The Registration Center will be open:
  • Wednesday, 4:00pm-8:00pm
  • Thursday, 7:00am-4:00pm
  • Friday, 7:00am-4:00pm
  • Saturday, 7:00am-9:00am
Materials received at check-in, will include:
  • Meal tickets
  • Pre-purchased event tickets
  • Pre-purchased t-shirts
  • Conference Program
T-shirts and event tickets may also be purchased on-site, while supplies last. If you pre-paid for a t-shirt, you will receive a ticket that can be redeemed at the t-shirt table.
 
The Registration Center will also include:
  • On-site registration
  • Payment of reserved event tickets
  • Lost and Found
  • Bike rental

On-site Registration

Location: On-site Registration table, Registration Center, Student Center Ballroom
 
Online registration is now closed. On-site registration is still available. If you plan to register on-site, please contact us and provide your name, institutional affiliation, and the type of registration (student or faculty/other attendee). Payment for on-site registration can be made via cash, credit card, or institutional check. Personal checks will not be accepted. On-site registrants are not guarenteed access to a physical program; however, the program will be available electronically. On-site registrants will receive registration materials on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.

Students: $240
Faculty/Other Attendees: $270
 
All registration fees, pre-paid or on-site, include breakfast and lunch Thursday-Saturday.
 

Extras Purchases and Payment

Extras purchases may be made on-site while supplies last. Ticketed events include excursions, Big Ideas Start at Crazy on Thursday night and the Sundy Best concert on Friday night. Extras purchased on-site are payable via cash, credit card (Visa or Mastercard only), or an institutional check. Personal checks will not be accepted.
 

Payment

Checks should be made payable to: University of Kentucky NCUR 2014

Important Notes

 

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Student Interest Sessions

Student Interest Sessions

 
Student Interest Sessions are a new feature at NCUR 2014, designed to proved practical information for students, especially those nearing graduation. Registration for these sessions will open soon.
 
Topic Day Time
The Graduate School Application Process Thursday, April 3 2:00-3:00pm
Speed Networking (meet other students) Thursday, April 3 3:30-4:30pm
A Succesful Transition from College to the Workplace Friday, April 4 9:00-10:00am
Pre-Professional Panel
Discussion with Students
Friday, April 4 10:30-11:30am
Pre-Professional Panel
with American Physiology
Society Professionals
Friday, April 4 10:30-11:30am
 

Session Descriptions:

2:00-3:00pm Thursday, April 3
Graduate School: The Application Process and What to Ask During Interviews
Student Center, Room 230

Please come and learn about procedures and hints for applying to graduate and professional degree programs from current admissions officers

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3:30-4:30pm Thursday, April 3
Speed Networking
Student Center, Room 206

NCUR is an amazing opportunity both to present your own work and to connect with other student researchers from across the country. This session allows participants to make the most of their time by connecting with many colleagues. This fun, interactive session will pair students for brief introductions and lively conversations. In an hour you can have new connections at colleges and universities from coast to coast!

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9:00-10:00a.m., Friday, April 4
Successful Transition from College to Career
Student Center, Room 230

Whether your ambition is to become the CEO of a Fortune 500 company, a Scientist, or leading industry expert, or inventing the next computer processor, Successful Transition from College to Career will provide smart advice on how to establish yourself as a successful professional. Join two dynamic speakers as you receive a crash course on how to leverage your intelligence, education, and values to succeed in a Global Workforce.

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10:30-11:30am, Friday, April 4
Pre-Professional Panel
Panel Discussion with Professional Students
Student Center, Room 230

This Q&A session will feature a number of students who recently entered graduate and professional programs. Come network with your peers and hear from students who recently completed their Bachelor's degrees. Bring your questions about applying to graduate and professional programs, navigating the process, and what to expect at the next level.

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10:30-11:30am, Friday, April 4
Pre-Professional Panel
Panel Discussion with American Physiology Society Professionals
Student Center, Room 206

The developmental, physiological and neurological fields of biology are making ground-breaking discoveries at a rapid pace. Because these fields are interdisciplinary in nature, students from a variety of backgrounds can contribute to these fields—ethicists, computer scientists, mathematicians and historians—to name just a few. In this session, Dr. Ken Campbell (moderator), Dr. Hollie Swanson, Dr. Moriel Vandsburger , and Dr. Yvonne Fondyfe-Mittendorf, will share their educational pathways and recommendations for undergraduate students thinking of pursuing a career in this area.

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Technology Access

Technology Access On-site

Wireless Access
 
Wireless network coverage is available in all campus building, but coverage may be limited during large meetings. Please refrain from using personal hot-spots or Wi-Fi tethering as these degrade the experience for everyone.
 
To get connected:
 
1. View wireless networks
2. Select ukyedu
3. No password required
 

Public Access Computer Labs

The University of Kentucky computer labs will be available to NCUR participants. Use the following information to login.
 
username: NCUR2014
password: 2014NCUR@uk
 
View a map of computer lab locations.
 

Technology Assistance On Campus

For technical help on campus, please contact UKIT at 859-218-4357. If help is unavailable at this number, please call 859-257-2621.
 

Charging Stations

Charging stations are available in community locations throughout campus. These chargers have attachements for iPhone, Android, Blackberry, and mini USB. Charging stations are available in:
  • White Hall Classroom Building
  • Student Center
  • Chem/Phys Building Science Library
  • William T. Young Library
All electronics must be attended while charging. The University of Kentucky is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged electronics.

 

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Transportation

Transportation On-site

UK Departmental Open House Shuttles

Shuttles will begin running from Patterson Drive at 3:45pm and will run in (approximately) 10 minute intervals. The shuttles will have a "UK Open House Shuttle" sign prominently displayed in the front passenger window. Look for student volunteers dressed in light blue and yellow shirts at the shuttle stops to direct you to the Open Houses.
 

Shuttles to Evening Ticketed Events

Thursday Night Plenary Session:
Big Ideas Start at Crazy: Creativity and Innovation for the Future featuring Kris Kimel
 
 
Shuttles from campus to the Lexington Center will depart from Administration Drive every 15 minutes from 6:00-7:00pm. Look for the "Plenary Dinner Shuttle" sign in the passenger side window. After dinner, the hotel shuttles will pick up on Main Street outside of the Lexington Convention Center at 9:00pm. The last shuttles to hotels will depart at 11:00pm, following the free RocKats concert in Triangle Park.
 
Friday Night:
Sundy Best Concert
 
 
Shuttles from campus to The Grand Reserve (903 Manchester St.) will depart from Administration Drive every 15 minutes from 7:45-9:30pm. Look for the "Sundy Best" sign in the passenger side window. Hotel shuttles will pick up on Manchester St. outside of The Grand Reserve from 10:00-11:30pm.
 
Saturday Excursion Shuttles
All four excursion will start loading buses on Patterson Drive outside the Singletary Center at noon. Buses will depart Lexington at 12:30pm. Lunch will be provided on the bus. All excursions will return to Lexington between 5:00 and 6:00 pm. Transportation will be provided back to hotels if needed.

Saturday Shuttles to Blue Grass Airport
 
UK provides complimentary, limited shuttle service to the Blue Grass Airport on Saturday morning. However, if your hotel provides its own shuttle, you may find that it is more convenient to arrange to use those services.
 
The airport shuttles will depart from the Bowman Wildcat Statue on Avenue of Champions every 30 minutes starting at 9:30am. The last shuttle will depart at 1:00pm.
 
 
Luggage

Conferees departing from the UK campus to the airport may bring their luggage to UK on the day of departure. Luggage can be stored in a secure area in the UK Student Center, room 211. A ticket will be issued at the time of drop-off. This ticket must be provided to retrieve any stored luggage. Please allow ample time to retrieve your luggage prior to departure.
 
More information on hotels, hotel shuttles, and parking on-site is available in the navigation menu on the left.
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Wednesday, April 2

Wednesday, April 2

4:00pm - 8:00pm
Registration

Pre-registered attendees should check in immediately upon arrival at the Registration Center, located in the Ballroom of the Student Center.  Materials received at check-in, will include:

T-shirts and event tickets may also be purchased on-site, while supplies last.  If you pre-paid for a t-shirt, you will receive a ticket that can be redeemed at the t-shirt table.
 
The Registration Center will also include:
On-site Registration
Location: On-site Registration table, Registration Center, Student Center Ballroom
  
Online registration is now closed. On-site registration is still available. If you plan to register on-site, please contact us and provide your name, institutional affiliation, and the type of registration (student or faculty/other attendee). Payment for on-site registration can be made via cash, credit card, or institutional check. Personal checks will not be accepted. On-site registrants are not guarenteed access to a physical program; however, the program will be available electronically. On-site registrants will receive registration materials on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.

Students: $240
Faculty/Other Attendees: $270
  
All registration fees, pre-paid or on-site, include breakfast and lunch Thursday-Saturday.
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Thursday, April 3

Thursday, April 3

Registration, 7:00am-4:00pm

Pre-registered attendees should check in immediately upon arrival at the Registration Center, located in the Ballroom of the Student Center.  Materials received at check-in, will include:
T-shirts and event tickets may also be purchased on-site, while supplies last.  If you pre-paid for a t-shirt, you will receive a ticket that can be redeemed at the t-shirt table.
 
The Registration Center will also include:
On-site Registration
Location: On-site Registration table, Registration Center, Student Center Ballroom
 
Online registration is now closed. On-site registration is still available. If you plan to register on-site, please contact us and provide your name, institutional affiliation, and the type of registration (student or faculty/other attendee). Payment for on-site registration can be made via cash, credit card, or institutional check. Personal checks will not be accepted. On-site registrants are not guarenteed access to a physical program; however, the program will be available electronically. On-site registrants will receive registration materials on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.

Students: $240
Faculty/Other Attendees: $270 
 
All registration fees, pre-paid or on-site, include breakfast and lunch Thursday-Saturday.

Shuttle Buses

Breakfast, 7:00am-9:00am

Opening Plenary, 9:00am-10:30am
Location: Singletary Center Concert Hall

Dr. T. Pearse Lyons is the founder and president of Alltech, a top-10 animal health company that employs more than 3,500 people and conducts business in 128 countries. Founded in 1980 with $10,000 capital, the company has grown to annual sales of nearly $1 billion. Dr. Lyons is widely recognized as an innovative industry leader. His scientific expertise, combined with an acute business sense, helped revolutionize the animal feed industry through the introduction of natural ingredients to feed. Now in its fourth decade of business, Alltech improves the health and performance of people, animals and plants through natural nutrition and scientific innovation. Dr. Lyons received his bachelor's degree from University College Dublin, Ireland and obtained his maters' and doctoral degrees at the University of Birmingham, England. He later worked as a biochemist for Irish Distillers before founding Alltech. Since then, he has authored more than 20 books and numberous research papers in scientific journals.

Dr. Lyons was acknowledged as leading one of the top 100 fastest-growing high-tech companies by World Trade Magazine. He has been recognized for his contribution to science and industry and has been awarded honorary doctorates from the University of Plymouth, England; Heriot-Watt University, Scotland; and the University of Kentucky, Centre College, Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Pikeville, United States. University College Dublin awarded Lyons an honorary doctorate on the occasion of its 150th anniversary. In 2013, Dr. Lyons was named Business Person of the Year by Business and Finance, was honored as one of Irish America's Business 100 and received the prestigious Ireland-U.S. Council Award for Outstanding Achievement. In 2013, he was once again named to Irish America's Business 100 and was selected to receive the Commander's Award for Public Service, a rarely-presented official U.S. Army medal. Dr. Lyons has spearheaded Alltech's commitment to international equestrian sport, beginning with the Alltech FEI World Equestrian GamesTM 2010 in Lexington, Kentucky, which were attended by more than half a million spectators from all 50 U.S. states and 63 countries and joined by another 500 million television viewers. Dr. Lyons' leadership in the historic event led to his receipt of the Commonwealth of Kentucky's first-ever Legacy Award in 2011. Alltech is proud to continue its partnership with these elite world championships. The Alltech FEI World Equestrian GamesTM 2014 in Normandy, France, will take place from August 23 to September 7, 2014. This plenary session is sponsored by Alltech.

Session 1, 11:00am-12:00pm

Lunch, 12:00pm-2:00pm

FAN Sessions, 12:30pm-1:30pm
Location: Student Center

Graduate and Professional School Fair, 1:00pm-6:00pm

Session 2, 2:00pm-3:00pm

Student Interest Session, 2:00pm-3:00pm

 Session 3, 3:30pm-4:30pm
  • Oral presentations - White Hall Classroom Building, Main Building, Miller Hall, Patterson Office Tower, Fine Arts Building, Singletary Center
  • Poster Presentations - Memorial Coliseum
  • Performing and Visual Arts Presentations - Singletary Center and Fine Arts Building

Student Interest Session, 3:30pm-4:30pm

  • New to NCUR in 2014
  • Speed Networking - NCUR is an amazing opportunity both to present your work and to connect with other student researchers from across the world.  This session allows participants to make the most of their time by connecting with many colleagues.  This fun, interactive session will pair students for brief introductions and lively conversations.  In an hour, you can have new connections at colleges and universities from coast to coast!

Open Houses, 4:00pm-6:00pm

  • Shuttles and walking tours will begin running from Patterson Drive behing the Fine Arts Building at 3:45.
  • Please see "Open Houses" page for full descriptions.
  • View a map of Open Houses.

Student Art Reception, 4:00pm-6:00pm

  • TUSKA Center for Contemporary Art, Fine Arts Building, room 108
  • Catered reception celebrating the artwork of the NCUR 2014 Fine Arts presenters from every school

Plenary Session 2 - Big Ideas Start at Crazy, 6:30pm-9:00pm

  • Bluegrass Ballroom, Lexington Center
  • Shuttles provided from Administration Drive beginning at 6:00pm
  • Limited number of tickets may be available on-site in the Registration Center, Student Center Ballroom

Mr. Kris W. Kimel presents, Big Ideas Start at Crazy. Mr. Kimel is the founder and serves as the President of Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation. He also serves as a Partner of NanoRacks LLC. Mr. Kimel is a leader behind the vision and implementation of Kentucky Space a non-profit enterprise focused on the design, development and application of entrepreneurial and educational space platforms. He is also the founder of the international IdeaFestival (IF) a world-class event that attracts leading and highly diverse thinkers from across the nation and around the globe to explore and celebrate innovation, imagination and game-changing ideas. This plenary session sponsored by Gallatin Steel.

Plenary Speaker Discussion, 9:00pm-9:30pm

  • Up close and personal discussions and Q&A with Mr. Kris W. Kimel.
  • Lexington Center Bluegrass Ballroom

Free RocKats Concert, 10:00pm-11:00pm

  • Triangle Park, Downtown Lexington
  • Rain locations: Lexington Center, Bluegrass Ballroom foyer
  • Top off your Thursday evening with a free concert by UK's RocKats! The RocKats are UK's brand-new rock/pop band, one of the first university-sponsored rock/pop bands in the nation. Including both music and non-music majors, the group is bringing a new sound and face to the UK School of Music and College of Fine Arts with the music of the Blues Brothers, Michael Jackson, Wilson Pickett, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Adele, Pink Floyd, and many others.
  • Shuttles provided back to hotels after the concert

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday, April 4

Friday, April 4

Registration, 7:00am-4:00pm

Pre-registered attendees should check in immediately upon arrival at the Registration Center, located in the Ballroom of the Student Center.  Materials received at check-in, will include:
T-shirts and event tickets may also be purchased on-site, while supplies last.  If you pre-paid for a t-shirt, you will receive a ticket that can be redeemed at the t-shirt table.
 
The Registration Center will also include:
On-site Registration
Location: On-site Registration table, Registration Center, Student Center Ballroom
 
Online registration is now closed. On-site registration is still available. If you plan to register on-site, please contact us and provide your name, institutional affiliation, and the type of registration (student or faculty/other attendee). Payment for on-site registration can be made via cash, credit card, or institutional check. Personal checks will not be accepted. On-site registrants are not guarenteed access to a physical program; however, the program will be available electronically. On-site registrants will receive registration materials on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last.

Students: $240
Faculty/Other Attendees: $270 
 
All registration fees, pre-paid or on-site, include breakfast and lunch Thursday-Saturday.

Shuttle Buses

Breakfast, 7:00am-9:00am

FAN Sessions, 8:00am-9:00am
Location: Student Center

Graduate and Professional School Fair, 8:00am-11:30am

Session 4, 9:00am-10:00pm

Student Interest Session, 9:00am-10:00am

Session 5, 10:30pm-11:30pm

  • Oral presentations - White Hall Classroom Building, Main Building, Miller Hall, Patterson Office Tower, Fine Arts Building, Singletary Center
  • Poster Presentations - Memorial Coliseum
  • Performing and Visual Arts Presentations - Singletary Center and Fine Arts Building

Student Interest Sessions, 10:30am-11:30am

  • New to NCUR in 2014
  • Student Center, room 230
    Panel Discussion with Professional Students - This Q&A session will feature a number of students who recently entered graduate and professional programs.  Network with your peers and hear from students who recently completed their Bachelor's degrees.  Bring your questions about applying to graduate and professional programs, navigating the process, and what to expect at the next level.
  • Student Center, room 206
    Panel Discussion with American Physiology Society Professionals - The developmental, physiological and neurological fields of biology are making ground-breaking discoveries at a rapid pace.  Because these fields are interdisciplinary in nature, students from a variety of backgrounds can contribute to these fields - ethicists, computer scientists, mathematicians, and historians - to name just a few.  In this session, Dr. Ken Campbell (moderator), Dr. Hollie Swanson, Dr. Moriel Vandsburger, and Dr. Yvonne Fondyfe-Mittendorf, will share their educational pathways and recommendations for undergraduate students thinking of pursuing a career in this area.

Lunch, 12:00pm-2:00pm

Career Gallery, 12:00pm-6:00pm
Location: Memorial Coliseum

Session 6, 12:30pm-1:30pm

FAN Sessions, 12:30pm-1:30pm
Location: Student Center

Plenary Session 3, 2:00pm-3:00pm
Location: Singletary Center Concert Hall

Nikky Finney was born in South Carolina, within listening distance of the sea. A child of activists, she came of age during the civil rights and Black Arts Movements. At Talladega College, nurtured by Hale Woodruff's Amistad murals, Finney began to understand the powerful synergy between art and history. Finney has authored four books of poetry: Head Off & Split (2011); The World Is Round (2003); Rice (1995); and On Wings Made of Gauze (1985). The John H. Bennett, Jr. Chair in Southern Letters and Literature at the University of South Carolina, Finney also authored Heartwood (1997) edited The Ringing Ear: Black Poets Lean South (2007), and co-founded the Affrilachian Poets. Finney's fourth book of poetry Head Off & Split was awarded the 2011 National Book Award for poetry. This plenary session sponsored by Lockheed Martin and Toyota.

Plenary Speaker Discussion, 3:00pm-3:30pm
Location: Singletary Center Concert Hall stage

Session 7, 3:30pm-4:30pm

Session 8, 5:00pm-6:00pm

CAT Crawl (Cuisine Around Town), 6:00pm-9:00pm

Sundy Best Concert, 9:00pm-11:00pm (doors open at 8:00pm)

 

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Saturday, April 5

Saturday, April 5

Registration, 7:00am-9:00am

Pre-registered attendees should check in immediately upon arrival at the Registration Center, located in the Ballroom of the Student Center.  Materials received at check-in, will include:
T-shirts and event tickets may also be purchased on-site, while supplies last.  If you pre-paid for a t-shirt, you will receive a ticket that can be redeemed at the t-shirt table.

Shuttle Buses

  •  Hotel shuttles will run between contracted hotels and campus from 6:30am - 1:00pm.
  • Shuttle buses will also be provided from campus to the Airport from 9:30am - 1:30pm
  • Please refer to the "Transportation" page for more information
Luggage Storage Center, 7:00am-7:00pm
Location: Student Center, room 211

Breakfast, 7:00am-9:00am

  • Student Center Ballroom
  • Snack Shacks available10:00am-4:00pm
  • See "NCUR Meals" page for details.

Session 9, 9:00am-10:00pm

  • Oral presentations - White Hall Classroom Building, Main Building, Miller Hall, Patterson Office Tower, Fine Arts Building, Singletary Center
  • Poster Presentations - Memorial Coliseum
  • Performing and Visual Arts Presentations - Singletary Center and Fine Arts Building

Plenary Session 4, 10:30am-12:00pm
Location: Singletary Center Concert Hall

Ernest Bailey, Ph.D. is a professor of veterinary science at the University of Kentucky's Gluck Equine Research Center and coordinator for the USDA Horse Genome collaboration, an international effort by over 100 scientists in 20 countries to define the genome, the DNA sequence, of the domestic horse. With this knowledge, scientists can begin to understand the genetic aspects of equine physiology and disease. Genetic tools have the potential to help researchers find new therapies and treatments for diseases such as laminitis, respiratory diseases, etc. This plenary session sponsored by Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation.

Plenary Speaker Discussion, 12:00pm-12:30pm
Location: Singletary Center Concert Hall stage

Lunch, 12:00pm

  • Many locations have vegetarian and gluten-free options. If you indicated any kind of dietary restriction on your registration, you may choose to dine at the franchise establishments; however, guarenteed fulfillment of your request is only available at the Student Center, room 211.
  • There will be a color coded ticket to present for each day.
  • If you do not have a ticket, you will not be served. NCUR badges will not be accepted as payment.
  • Please see "NCUR Meals" page for lunch options.

Excursions, 12:30pm-6:00pm
Tickets may be available for purchase (while supplies last) at the On-site Registration table in the Registration Center, Student Center Ballroom.

 
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Big Ideas Start at Crazy

Big Ideas Start at Crazy

Creativity and Innovation for the Future
Thursday, April 3
Lexington Center Bluegrass Ballroom
6:30pm

Mr. Kris Kimel, CEO and Founder of KY Space, KY Science and Technology Center, and IdeaFestival, will talk about creativity and innovation for the future. The event will be held at the Lexington Center in the Bluegrass Ballroom from 7:00-9:00 pm. The dinner menu will feature popular Kentucky menu items with locally-sourced ingredients.  This session is sponsored by KY Proud and KY Science and Technology Corporation. 

Tickets may be purchased (while supplies last) at the On-site Registration table in the Registration Center, Student Center Ballroom.

Be sure to catch the free RocKats concert immediately following the dinner in Triangle Park (weather permitting), just outside the Lexington Center. Shuttles will be provided back to hotels after the concert.
 

Menu

SALAD
Mixed greens on a bed of limestone bibb with cornbread croutons, candied pecans
and red peppers accompanied by a champagne and red pepper vinaigrette dressing
 
 
ENTREE
4oz grilled breast of chicken and 4oz grilled sirloin accompanied by gnocchi
with an asiago cream sauce, shiitake mushrooms, asparagus, and baby carrots
 
 
VEGETARIAN AND VEGAN OPTION
(Available only to those having indicated this preference on their registration)
Grilled medley of zucchini, yellow squash, red peppers, red onion, and
Portabella mushrooms drizzled with a Balsamic sauce.
Accompanied by asparagus spears and roasted red potatoes.
 
 
DESSERT
Warm bread pudding with a bourbon cream sauce and whipped cream
 
 
MEAL INCLUDES
Rolls and butter
Regular and decaf coffees
Iced tea and water

 

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CAT Crawl and Concert

CAT Crawl

The CAT Crawl is not a ticketed event. It is open to all NCUR registrants.

Cuisine Around Town offers NCUR registrants discounted meals on Friday, April 4. Look for the NCUR logo in the window of participating local restaurants and show your NCUR badge at participating restaurants to receive up to 25% off your meal from 6:00-9:00pm.

Participating Restaurants

Bankok House
275 Avenue of Champions
(859) 226-9711

 

DY Asian Market
3101 Clays Mill Rd.
(859) 224-0088

 
Jefferson Davis Inn (JDI)
319 Cedar St.
(859) 246-0202
 
 
 
 
 
 
Local Taco
315 S. Limestone
(859) 523-3700
 
 

 
Mellow Mushroom
503 S. Upper St.
(859) 281-6111
 
 
 
 
 
Puccini's Smiling Teeth
833 Chevy Chase Pl.
(859) 269-0404
 
 
 
 
 
Raising Cane's
544 S. Upper St.
(859) 455-3353
 
 
 

Sav's Chill
289 S. Limestone
(859) 255-2445
 
 
 

Sav's Grill
304 S. Limestone
(859) 368-7287
 
 
 
 
Seki Japanese Restaurant
1093 S. Broadway 1150
(859) 254-5289
 
 
 
Shakespeare and Co.
367 W. Short S.
(859) 367-0411
 
 
 
 
 
Tin Roof
303 S. Limestone
(859) 317-9111
 

Sundy Best Concert

April 4, 2014
9:00pm (doors open at 8:00)
The Grand Reserve
 
 
Sundy Best is a rising duo residing in Lexington, KY and is said to "craft music that re-imagines timeless classic rock of the ‘70s and ‘80s." The use of the cajon, a box-shaped percussion instrument originally from Peru and a combination of both music an d stories behind their songs is part of what gives Sundy Best its distinctive sound. With hints of country and bluegrass, lifelong friends, Nick and Kris, started as a bar band, and have been featured on the popular television station, CMT, and have performed at the Grand Ole Opry.
 
 
Watch them on You Tube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=es6IC7-bC0I
 
 
Tickets are $10 and can be purchased on-site (while supplies last) at the On-site Registration table in the Student Center Ballroom.

 

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Getting Around Lexington

Getting Around Lexington

Cabs/Car Rental Services

There are several car rental agencies located in Lexington.


Avis Rent-A-Car
4000 Terminal Drive, Suite 106
Lexington, KY
859-281-1618
www.avis.com

 
   

Budget Car Rental
1059 South Broadway
Lexington, KY
859-252-8408
www.budget.com

 
   

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
2893 Richmond Road STE 130
Lexington, KY 40509
859-269-9149
www.enterprise.com

 
   

Hertz Rent-A-Car
4000 Terminal Drive STE 105
Lexington, KY
859-254-3496
www.hertz.com

 

Taxi and Limousine Service

There are several taxi and Limousine options in Lexington. Taxi meters typically begin at $2.50, with fares running approximately $2.50 per mile, valid for up to four individuals. (Pricing is subject to change. Please contact the individual taxi company for additional information.)

Wildcat Cab

859.231.8294

Yellow Cab

859.231.8294

Gold Shield Limousine Service

859.255.6388

Triple Crown Limousine

859.252.6764

Public Transportation - Lextran

You can plan your lextran trip here: http://www.lextran.com/riding-lextran/how-to-guides
 

 

Wildcat Wheels Bicycle Library

The University of Kentucky operates a free bicycle library and has reserved a limited number of bicyles for NCUR participants. All bikes are equipped with a lock and helmets are available upon request. To request a bicycle for use during your visit http://www.sustainability.uky.edu/BicycleNCUR2014

The bicycles will be available for pick-up at registration between 4pm and 8pm on Wednesday, April 2 and between 8am and noon on Thursday, April 3. Bikes will need to be returned to the UK Student Center between 8am and noon on Saturday, April 5.

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Maps

Maps

Bike Routes in Lexington

Dining Map

Hotels Map

Lexington Area Map relative to NCUR locations

Lexington Area Maps and other Lexington Area Information
Provided by Lexington Convention and Visitor's Bureau

Memorial Coliseum Map
Includes posters, Graduate and Professional School Fair, and Career Gallery

NCUR Campus Map

Open Houses Map

University of Kentucky Maps (all)

 

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