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Monday Memos 8/26/19

Submitted by drar223 on Mon, 08/26/2019 - 01:34 pm

Welcome to the first Monday Memo of the 2019/2020 school year.  I will be updating this area of my profile with announcement so that you're able to find information I send you easily!


Walk-In Hours 

This week, August 26 - August 30, I will be seeing students as Walk - Ins.  Please come to POT 202 to check in.


First Year Meetings

If you are new to UK, please set up a meeting during the month of September with me via your myUK page.  

To make an appointment, please use these instructions:

  1. Sign into myUK
  2. Click on the Student Services tab
  3. Click on the myInfo page
  4. Click on the myAppointments link (the Student Scheduler Home page will load)
  5. Under Advising Departments, select Arts & Sciences
  6. Select General Advising under the available appointment categories
  7. Click on a day on the calendar (these appear in blue) and then mouse over appointment blocks to select a desired appointment time
  8. Please wait until the appointment window has finished processing and the confirmation message is displayed
  9. The appointment block will now display with a grey background color – this indicates that the appointment has been scheduled (do not click on the red delete button that is displayed unless you wish to cancel your appointment)
  10. You will receive a confirmation email.
  11. Once you have scheduled an appointment, please record this appointment in your planner. Cancel your appointment if you cannot make it. 
  12. Note: I will post my appointment availability 2-3 weeks at a time throughout the academic year.



DEEP of UK: Diversity Leadership Retreat

The MLK Center offers a "DEEP of UK: Diversity Leadership Retreat" for undergrad students that A&S undergrads may be interested in.  The deadline is August 30th and information on registration is available here:

What is DEEP of UK?

D.E.E.P of UK is an overnight diversity leadership retreat giving UK students the opportunity to gain knowledge and training on issues of multicultural education, power & gender dynamics, oppression theory and the cycle of socialization.   The goal of D.E.E.P is for students to leave the retreat with a personal impact statement that will allow them to make an impact on their community as well as promote and foster a stronger sense of belonging!