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March Toward Inclusion: Gender Diversity Lunch & Learn

Come celebrate Gender Diversity Week with us!

The College of A&S Office of Inclusive Excellence, in partnership with the Department of Psychology, will hold a Lunch & Learn event where students can engage in informative activities focused on family & community diversity and receive UK swag while enjoying a free catered lunch! The Lunch and Learns are open to all A&S graduates and undergraduates, but do have a maximum capacity for student participants--so be sure to RSVP using the QR code or link below.

Lunch & Learn RSVP link: https://forms.office.com/r/PR21ruBSLL

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Gatton Business & Economics Building - Conference Room 230
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March Toward Inclusion: "Gender Diversity - What's in a Gender?"

Come celebrate Gender Diversity Week with us!

The College of A&S Office of Inclusive Excellence, in partnership with the Department of Psychology, will hold a tabling event where students can pick up FREE swag, participate in the featured department's diversity activity, and sign-up for the corresponding Lunch and Learn event taught by a UK faculty member. 

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Jacob Science Building - Indoor Location 1
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Psychology Minor Requirements

New Curriculum Starting Fall 22

The minor in psychology requires a minimum of 22-23 hours to include the following

Core Courses: Complete All Courses [20 hrs]

PSY 100 Introduction to Psychology (or equivalent) [3-4 hours]

PSY 215: Experimental Psychology [4 hrs]

PSY 310: Cognition (formally PSY 311) [3 hrs]

PSY 312: Brain and Behavior [3 hrs]

PSY 314: Social Psychology [3 hrs]

PSY 323: Developmental Psychology [3 hrs]

Social Conflict & Democracy: The Enduring Impact of Race on U.S. Politics dsvoss Thu, 09/28/2017 - 09:25 am

Part of the Political Science department's series on Social Conflict and Democracy, this panel focuses on the enduring impact that race and slavery hold over U.S. politics.  Featuring guest speaker Maya Sen of Harvard, presenting on "The Political Legacy of Southern Slavery," the panel include three Univ. of Kentucky faculty experts as well: Christia Spears Brown (Psychology), Melynda Price (UK Law), and Ray Block (AAAS & Political Science).

Cosponsored by the Quantitative Initiative for Social & Policy Research (QIPSR) and the College of Arts & Science's Keys to Our Common Future initiative.

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Kincaid Auditorium (#111 Gatton B&E)

New Eye-tracking Technology for Addiction Research

Alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States, according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD). One in every 12 adults, 17.6 million people, suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence. Several million more engage in risky, binge drinking patterns that could lead to alcohol problems. Looking into the reasons individuals become addicted to alcohol is why Dr. Mark Fillmore came to the University of Kentucky 17 years ago.

Holmes Award Nominees Announced; Register Now for Luncheon

Twenty-three women at the University of Kentucky have been nominated for the 2016 Sarah Bennett Holmes Award, and registration is underway now to attend the award ceremony and luncheon 11:30 a.m. Thursday, March 10, at the Hilary J. Boone Center.

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