On The Table
Take this survey after you have completed your On the Table conversation!
On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, please join us for a unique opportunity to gather around a table here at UK with friends, colleagues, or students and have a real conversation about what's important to us about our community.
On the Table is a one-day community-wide dialogue that takes place around small tables across Lexington. The initiative is sponsored by the Blue Grass Community Foundation (BGCF) in partnership with Fayette County government, the University of Kentucky, and community organizations throughout our city.
In the two years since the beginning of On the Table here in Lexington, survey results revealed equity and inclusion as key topics of interest. This year we will come together to share ideas about creating cities that foster belonging. We'll connect. We'll talk. Most importantly, we'll listen.
Click here to see the 2018 Survey results!
The conversation continues on Wednesday, March 27, and we invite YOU to participate!
We invite you to host a table, or just participate around one, sometime during the day. We would love to see conversations across our campus among students, faculty, and staff – in classrooms, department conference rooms, residence halls, and Greek and student organizations.
To register as a table host or as a participant, please click here! (Note: If you register here, you do not need to register on the BGCF On the Table website)
Here are some of the available table locations on UK's campus:
9-10 am at the Gatton Student Center (Room 331)
9-10 am at Scovell Hall (Room 220)
10-11 am at the Gatton Student Center (Room 331)
10-11 am at the Mineral Industries Building (Room 004)
11 am-12 noon at the Gatton Student Center (Room 331) - Hosted by Carol Taylor-Shim, UK Bias Incident Support Services (BISS)
12 noon-1 pm at the Gatton Student Center (Room 331)
1-2 pm at the Gatton Student Center (Room 331)
1-2 pm at Lewis Honors College (Room U136)
2-3 pm at the Gatton Student Center (Room 331)
Thursday (3/28) - - 2-3pm at UK’s Human Development Institute CATS (2358 Nicholasville Road, Suite 180)
For additional information, contact Todd.Stoltzfus@uky.edu