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Curiosity is Key: Calendar

Research is formalized curiosity. It is poking and prying with a purpose. - Zora Neale Hurston

Mark Your Calendars

Neurodiversity & Lived Experiences: A Panel Discussion

Neurodiversity panel ad

Are you curious about understanding and celebrating neurodiversity? This panel will feature three neurodivergent panelists who will discuss their personal, educational, & work experiences. Each panelist will provide recommendations for supporting academic and workplace success. A Q&A will be held at the end. For more information, including a bio of each of the three panelists, visit the event page at: https://www.facebook.com/events/320542762139684/.

Human Library™

Save the date!

April 18, 12-6 PM
Alumni Gallery, William T. Young Library

The Human Library™ is coming to UK Libraries.  More information coming soon.

Event Spotlight - Curious Cats Field Trips

Curious Cats Field Trips

Remember taking school field trips?  Sure, you were learning something but you also had FUN!  Indulge your curiosity while exploring these educational campus gems!  Several short on-campus field trips are planned for Spring 2019.  See this page for more information.

Curious Cat

More Events for the Curious

Curious Cat Question of the Week

Stop by William T. Young Library and share your thoughts on the Curious Cat Question of the Week!

Each week will feature a new question.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Event Spotlight - Curiosity Matters

While this event is past, the planning is continuing work to promote curiosity on campus!  Watch for updates on the event web page.


Curiosity Matters: Why Ask Why?
When: Tuesday, November 6, 4pm – 6pm
Where: Gatton Student Center, University of Kentucky
Description:

  • What is the universe made of? 
  • Why do we dream? 
  • Do you know what a Bandersnatch is, and why it may be frumious? 

Join fellow UK faculty, staff and students as we explore the importance of curiosity.

See this page for more information.