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 – Last summer, UK's Solar Car Team completed a grueling 2400 mile race from Dallas TX to Calgary Alberta. Team members Anthony Robertson & Nicholas Such discuss the experience with Dr. Todd.

Lexington, KY – This week, Dr. Todd discusses the UK football team and the prospects for the university's other sports teams this fall with Athletic Director Mitch Barnhart.

Lexington, KY – Dr. Todd interviews Drura Parrish, a faculty member in the UK College of Design's School of Architecture. They discuss "The Henderson Project", an effort to bring design students to Parrish's hometown of Henderson KY to help revitalize the city.

Lexington, KY – Dr. Todd is joined by UK students Megan Herde & Brent Ocker for an overview of K Week , a wide-ranging effort to welcome students back to campus.

Lexington, KY – Mark Crocker, Associate Director for Biofuels and Environmental Catalysts at UK's Center for Applied Energy Research, discusses some of the innovative ideas and concepts that are currently being explored at the Center.

Lexington, KY – President Todd interviews Dr. J. J. Jackson, UK's new Vice President for Institutional Diversity and the first person to hold this position in the University's history. She discusses the importance of diversity in an academic setting and her plans to help UK achieve its goals in this vital area.

Lexington, KY – Dr. Todd speaks with UK's new baseball coach Gary Henderson about his goals and aspirations for the coming season.

Lexington, KY – Hear a song performed in the language of Shughni.

Lexington, KY – Hear a song performed in the language of Shughni.

Lexington, KY – With only about 60,000 speakers left in the world, the language known as "Shughni" is considered endangered. But, as WUKY general manager Tom Godell reports, some at the University of Kentucky are working to save the little-known Language.