UK Perspectives

Tom Godell interviews leading faculty, staff and students at the University of Kentucky. Topics range from the fine arts, to cutting edge scientific research, medicine, and sports. New UK President Dr. Eli Capilouto is a regular guest on the program.

Lexington, KY – UK Geography Professor Richard Schein discusses student involvement in the Lexington community via his fascinating new class, Community 101.

Lexington, KY – UK Creative Writing Professor Nikky Finney's book Head Off and Split has been nominated for this year's National Book Award. Dr. Finney discusses the book and reads a portion of one of her poems.

Lexington, KY – This year UK's College of Arts and Sciences is bringing China to the Commonwealth through an extensive series of lectures, activities, and events. Dr. Keiko Tanaka discusses November's "Year of China" events with host Tom Godell.

Lexington, KY – Kentucky consistently ranks as one of the worst states in the nation for oral health. At the forefront of efforts to give children healthy starts in oral care for many years, is UK's college of Dentistry led by the college's Dean, Sharon Turner. Tom Godell discusses important issues relating to oral health with Dr. Turner.

AP Best Anchor Entry

Oct 25, 2011

Lexington, KY – Compilation of newscasts for 2011by Alan Lytle of WUKY News, Lexington, Kentucky. Copyright 2011 WUKY.

Lexington, KY – From campus dining services to urban planning, trash, energy policy, global food security and much more, sustainability efforts continue to grow on UK's campus. UK's sustainability coordinator Shane Tedder and co-chair of the President's sustainability advisory committee Lee Meyer sit down to discuss this ongoing topic with Tom Godell. Click here to listen in.

Lexington, KY – Contest day newscast: 7am May 18, 2011. Non-contest day: February 11, 2011

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Brenna Angel Associated Press Best Reporter Entry 2012. Composite of work produced in 2011.

Lexington, KY – When the conversation comes to hydrogen fuel you may think of a science project...water bubbling, gases rising. But the production of hydrogen fuel is a complicated and expensive process. Two UK professors, Dr. Madhu Menon and UK professor Michael Sheetz, have been researching materials for cheap hydrogen production using a computer and they think they've come up with a model that could change the future of hydrogen production and just how much people spend on electronic devices and car fuel.

Lexington, KY – Dr. Todd reflects on his tenure as University of Kentucky President.