Join us on Thursday, May 4th to celebrate our newest Martin School graduates! All students graduating this year are encouraged to attend and be recognized. We will have light refreshments and a photographer, plus a super brief program to acknowledge our graduates' achievements. Families, partners, and children are all welcome.
Join us in the Stuckert Career Center to explore the endless possibilities within UK public policy! If you are passionate about helping others and addressing systemic problems facing the state, country, and world, public policy is worth checking out. Drop in and meet with the public policy program advisor to learn what is wildly possible through public policy!
We're hoping you can join us on the second Friday in April for evening refreshments. We will also announce our newest Distinguished Alumnus and will induct two prominent leaders into the Kentucky Public Service Hall of Fame.
Friday April 14th, 5:00-8:00 PMRosenberg Law Building, Room 397620 S Limestone StLexington, KY
This spring break, a group of students in UK's Student Government Association traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in SEC in DC, a conference where student governments from SEC schools network and advocate on behalf of their students' interests. UK students got to meet with six of Kentucky's eight Congressional delegation, including staff from Senator McConnell's office. Two first-year students, Logan Justice and Siena Pilati, submitted policy briefs to be considered for the opportunity, and were both chosen to represent UKSGA.
Learn more about careers in and around state government while networking with professionals and Martin School alumni. Students will tour the capitol building and meet with various policy professionals, including the Legislative Research Commission, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce, members of the Governor's staff (budget, communications), and the Kentucky Center for Statistics.
Please contact Brooke Kuerzi for questions.
After successfully completing an internship with the Government Accountability Office (GAO) in summer 2022, Hunter McCormick's ('23) work has paid off. On January 23, 2023, a report he contributed to during his time with the GAO was officially published.