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2023 Wendell H. Ford Lecture, featuring John Yarmuth

“The Broken Federal Budget Process: Is There Hope For A Bipartisan Fix?" We are proud to announce that John Yarmuth will be our featured speaker at this years Wendell H. Ford Lecture.

Recent PharmD/MPA graduate, Taylor Williams' article on Independent KY Pharmacies

To keep Kentucky’s independent pharmacies alive, Congress must rein in bad actors | Opinion

CANCELLED Seminar: Dr. Jayani Jayawardhana

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Dr. Agrawal quoted for WKYT story on Kentucky sales tax changes

Senior faculty member, Dr. David Agrawal, was interviewed by WKYT on changes to Kentucky tax laws in 2022 and what those changes might mean for the state and citizenry. From the article and video on the WKYT website: 

UK Martin School and Henry Clay Center Join Forces to Promote Bipartisan Engagement

“As a public institution, UK is a place where all voices and opinions have a right to be heard, and this partnership extends our commitment to creating a respectful, safe space in which our words and actions align with our values,” said Capilouto. “By preparing our leaders of tomorrow to engage in dialogues across all perspectives, we are ensuring a productive and prosperous future for the Commonwealth and beyond.”

Mike Duncan 2019 Public Service Hall of Fame Inductee

A Kentuckian whose career has touched the highest levels of government and politics over the course of four decades, Robert M. (Mike) Duncan of Inez, will be inducted into the Kentucky Public Service Hall of Fame on November 22 at Spindletop Hall in Lexington.

October 8th Wendell Ford Lecture

October 8, 2019 4:00pm at the Gatton Student Center's Worsham Cinema the Martin School will host the annual Wendell H. Ford Lecture.

Hazard Mitigation Grants Program

Two Martin School graduate students working as research assistants at UK-HMGP share their work.