10/24/14 Theory Seminar: Gauges and Holography in Higher Spin Duality @ CP179
1:00pm
Antal Jevicki (Brown University)
10/24/14 Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Rapid Arctic Warming and Extreme Weather Events in Mid-Latitudes: Are They Connected? In this presentation, I will discuss the hypothesis proposed by Francis and... @ CP155
3:15pm
Dr. Jennifer Francis (Rutgers University)
10/27/14 Theory Seminar: Hadron mass decomposition from lattice QCD simulation @ CP179
1:00pm
Yibo Yang (University of Kentucky)
10/28/14 Condensed Matter Seminar: Generating a Molecular Level Understanding of Organic Photovoltaics @ CP179
3:30pm
Ken Graham (University of Kentucky)
10/30/14 Nuclear Seminar: Title TBA @ CP179
2:00pm
Justin Stevens (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
10/30/14 Astro Seminar: Title TBA @ CP179
4:00pm
Gerard Williger (University of Louisville)
10/31/14 Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: Defects with Character: Majorana Local Modes in Condensed-Matter Theory predicts the existence of some peculiar phases of quantum condensed... @ CP155
3:30pm
Dr. Bertrand Halperin (Harvard University)
02/26/15 2015 van Winter Memorial Lecture  ... @ TBA
4:00pm
Professor Ingrid Daubechies, Duke University
10|10|14 - A&S Celebrates New Hall of Fame Members -

The University of Kentucky College of Arts Sciences Hall of Fame induction and festivities are slated for Friday, Oct. 10, at 3:30 p.m. in the Recital Hall of the UK Singletary Center for the Arts.

10|01|14 - On The Road Again -

UK faculty extend the classroom beyond the Commonwealth

09|30|14 - UK College of Arts and Sciences: 106 Years of Excellence -

More than an “s” has been added since the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Science was created in 1908 with only seven faculty members.

08|22|14 - Upward Curve: UK's Physics and Astronomy Faculty -

UK Physicist Sumit Das discusses the unprecedented 70 percent acceptance rate of the department’s top-choice graduate students this spring — 16 of the 22 students accepted will enroll in the fall.

08|22|14 - Rotation Fascination: Keh-Fei Liu -

After being awarded a highly-competitive grant to perform Advanced Scientific Computer Research, UK physics professor Keh-Fei Liu and his collaborators hope to resolve what has been dubbed the Proton Spin Crisis.

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