Ksu Spring 2023 Calendar – The highly anticipated version of the University of Kentucky basketball schedule for the 2022-2023 season is out and outlined below. After a poor end to last year’s college basketball season, the Kentucky Wildcats look set to start a new chapter when they officially release the 2022-2023 UK basketball schedule. Check out the full Kentucky football schedule below!
October 14, 2022 with the long-awaited Big Blue Madness. This is usually a sold-out event that celebrates Kentucky basketball traditions while introducing fans to new players. This will be followed by the blue and white game on October 22 and then Great Britain will welcome their first opponent Missouri Western State.
Ksu Spring 2023 Calendar
The second exhibition will be against the local opponent, Kentucky State. This match is traditionally known as the Bluegrass Showcase and will take place at the Rupp Arena. While this game isn’t technically part of the Wildcats regular season, you can still watch it on TV via the SEC Network or hear it on the radio at
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The UK basketball schedule will feature eleven non-conference games before South Eastern Conference games kick off on December 29 against
Lexington, KY at Rupp Arena on January 28. The SEC tournament will conclude the regular season and will take place in Catsville, Tennessee. After moving to Tampa, Florida in
The UK basketball schedule this season will be up against some of the most elite programs in college basketball. As we mentioned,
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The SEC/Big 12 Challenge against Kansas will be marked on the Big Blue Nation calendars. Also, an early game against Michigan State is sure to be a tough game! Additionally, the SEC has several teams that made it to the Top 25 AP preseason this year. These teams include Tennessee, Alabama, Arkansas, Texas A&M, and Auburn. The Wildcats will also take on the best Gonzaga, another top 25 UCLA Bruins, and of course, the all-state rivals in Louisville!
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Former University of Kentucky basketball player Tyler Herro shares how he spent his first million dollars on…Welcome Back! As we begin the new year, we can fondly reflect on the accomplishments of Fall 2022 and look forward to more great things for the UC Davis School.
The full schedule of events for Spring 2023 will conclude on May 13 with the commencement of the Class of 2023. We are pleased to announce that the inaugural address will be delivered by the new Chief Justice of California, Patricia Guerrero.
On January 19, we’ll host a reception for new Associate Supreme Court Justice Kelli Evans ’94, a former Supreme Court Justice who has dedicated her career to the public good.
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We wish retired Chief Justice Tania G. Cantil-Sakauye ’84 all the best in her new role as Director of the California Public Policy Institute. We are currently rescheduling an event in her honor at the school until late spring.
Great job news: So far, more than 90% of the students in the class of 2022 have permanent, legal, full-time employment. This is the highest rate for any class six months after graduation since at least 2008.
We are excited about three new additions to the faculty next fall. Professor Vikram Amar, University of Illinois Dean’s Faculty and former UC Davis Senior Associate Dean, will rejoin our faculty. In addition, the faculty will be joined by an expert in international human and public rights, Professor Chimène Keitner, from the Chair of International and Comparative Studies of the Now Director of Legislative Initiatives of the NYU Police Project and former public defender, Professor Nila Bala will will unite the faculty to teach evidence classes and other courses.
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UC Davis faculty played an important role at the Association of American Schools (AALS) annual meeting in San Diego last week. Attendees included Senior Associate Dean Afra Afsharipour and Professors Karrigan Börk, Andrea Chandrasekher, Eric Fish, Courtney Joslin, Donna Shestowsky and Brian Soucek. Professor Shestowsky is the new Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Section. Vice Dean Afsharipour (Comparative) and Professors Soucek (Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity), Raquel Aldana (International Human Rights), Carlton Larson (History of Law and Humanities) and Mary Ziegler (History of Law) are part of the executive committees of the AALS. section. I chaired the Deans Forum committee that planned a full day of programming for deans, spoke on two panels at the conference, and was honored to receive the inaugural Deans Award. Michael A. Olivas Award for Outstanding Mentoring and Leadership in Diversity at the Academy of Law.
Faculty Books Published in 2022 or Future: Professor Courtney Joslin, Social Parenthood in Comparative Perspective (NYU Press) and Sexuality, Gender & the (Foundation Press); Professor Leticia Saucedo, Race, Gender and Contemporary Regimes of International Labor Migration: Insiders of the XXI Century? (Edward Elgar); Professor Aaron Tang, Maybe Wrong but Never in Doubt: How Overconfidence Broke the Supreme Court and How We Can Fix It (Yale University Press); Professor Mary Ziegler, Dollars for Life: The Anti-Abortion Movement and the Fall of the Republican Establishment (Yale University Press), Reproduction and the Constitution (Routledge), ROE: The History of a National Obsession (Yale), and the Research Handbook on international abortion (Edward Elgar).
The September panel discussion “After the Decision: The Fall of Roe v. Wade and What Comes Next” with professors Katherine Florey, Elizabeth Joh, Courtney Joslin, Aaron Tang, and Mary Ziegler drew more than 300 people. On March 24, Professor Ziegler will host a conference on reproductive rights with scientists and state legislators in King Hall. Professors Florey, Joh, Joslin, Tang, Ziegler, Lisa Ikemoto, and Carlton Larson helped lead the national commentary after Roe’s decision was overturned. Speakers have also commented for the New York Times, the Washington Post, and other leading media outlets on a wide range of legal topics, from Elon Musk and Twitter to police work and more. Be sure to check out the UC Davis podcast, Justice Defined, which features in-depth interviews with King Hall faculty.
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Professor Peter Lee was elected to the American Institute, joining 22 current or retired UC Davis professors in the prestigious reform organization.
The school’s emphasis on diversity, equality and inclusion continues to attract national attention. Pre Magazine ranks UC Davis #3 in the country and #1 in California, on its list of “Best Schools for Racial Justice.” A study of the historical representation of women in schools ranks Davis No. 1 among students and No. 3 on faculty.
In September, leading academics from across the country gathered in King Hall for the second annual AAPI and MENA Women in the Legal Academy workshop. Senior Associate Dean Afra Afsharipour and Professor Lisa Ikemoto were part of the planning committee.
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Our series of speakers on racial justice included the Fall Lectures by ACLU President and New York University Professor Deborah Archer (Barrett Lecture); UC Davis professor Leticia Saucedo; Rutgers interim dean (and former UC Davis professor) Rose Cuison-Villazor; and Professor Duke Verónica Martínez. The spring program includes: February 1: Professor and UCLA history chair Thomas E. Lifka Kelly Lytle Hernández; March 1: Bruce Haynes, UC Davis professor of sociology; March 15: Professor Serena Mayeri of the University of Pennsylvania (Bodenheimer Lecture); March 22: President and General Counsel of the American-Mexico Educational and Legal Defense Fund, Thomas Sáenz; and April 19: Leaders Conference on Human and Civil Rights Interim President and CEO Wade Henderson.
On Monday, January 16, King Hall will host the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service and Celebration. Join us for a blood drive, fundraiser for a local school and a naturalization workshop co-sponsored by the Immigration Clinic and the UC Immigrant Legal Services Center. Lunch will be provided. RSVP for the MLK Day service here.
After entering the top 20 in the Washington & Lee national review rankings, the UC Davis Review hosted a successful “E” symposium on ESG. Thanks to Faculty Advisor Professor Al Lin and Senior Symposium Editors Natasha Kang and Casey Loosbrock for leading the organization of the symposium. In addition to Professor Lin, Senior Vice Dean Afra Afsharipour and Professors Amelia Miazad and Menesh Patel participated in the discussion.
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Led by Professor Peter Lee, the new Center for Innovation and Society kicks off its programs with a faculty debate on January 30. The “Clean Water Act at 50” conference in October highlighted the fall calendar of the California Center for Policy and Environment. In the fall, Liliana Ferrer, Consul General of Mexico in Sacramento, and Congressman John Garamendi, held talks at the California International Center. The Aoki Center for Critical Studies of Race and Nation, in addition to many other conferences and activities, held its annual critical look at freshman curriculum in the fall. The series will continue in the spring.
Congratulations Class of 2025 on passing your first semester! We thank our faculty, the Senior Vice Dean of Students