Innovative new community center connects Kentuckians with needed educational resources, workforce opportunities while combatting addiction 

Isaiah House leaders and community partners cut the ribbon on the Recovery Life Center in Harrodsburg.

 By Lilli Dubler, Building Kentucky Isaiah House, Kentucky’s largest community-focused nonprofit addiction resource, proudly announced the opening of its Recovery Life Center in Harrodsburg, continuing the organization’s mission of offering help, hope and healing to the people of Kentucky. In addition to Isaiah House’s Harrodsburg campus, the Recovery Life Center is Kentucky’s newest community resource. […]

ECTC and Family Scholar House announce half million-dollar BlueOval SK commitment to expand resources, career pathways for student parents

By Quin Welch, Building Kentucky Elizabethtown Community and Technical College (ECTC), Family Scholar House and BlueOval SK are joining forces to construct the brand-new BlueOval SK Family Services Building at the Family Scholar House ECTC Campus in Hardin County. Fueled by a five-year, $500,000 total pledge from BlueOval SK, the facility will provide much-needed wrap […]

Lawmakers encouraged to use Kentucky’s prosperous financial position to benefit children, teachers and school staff across the Commonwealth

By Stephanie Smith, Building Kentucky Kentucky is enjoying one of the most economically prosperous eras in its history. The state’s reputation for innovation and its business-welcoming environment have attracted countless industries to build and grow here. Thanks to Kentucky lawmakers for making it easier than ever to do business here and for the progress seen […]

$90 million, multi-year revitalization project to revolutionize education experience, transform downtown Louisville

By Tom Lally, Building Kentucky Jefferson Community and Technical College (Jefferson) is proud to announce the launch of Jefferson Rising, a transformative revitalization project of the downtown Louisville campus that will elevate the student experience while serving as the catalyst for future redevelopment. When complete, the $90 million, multi-year project will create a dynamic campus […]

Western Kentucky University SmartHolstein Lab integrates advanced technology into dairy farming

By Lilli Dubler, Building Kentucky The Western Kentucky University Dairy Program is using its SmartHolstein Lab to integrate cutting-edge technology into the dairy industry. Made possible by grants from the National Holstein Association and the Kentucky Agriculture Development Fund, the SmartHolstein Lab uses new technology for demonstration, education and research advancements. Located at WKU’s 800-acre […]

KCTCS announces Commonwealth’s Most Outstanding High School Teacher/Counselor

By Cory McCauley, Building Kentucky The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) announced the winners of the first-ever Pathfinder Award today. The award recognizes individuals for their outstanding efforts in assisting students with their college-going and career plans. Each of the system’s 16 colleges selected a local winner from their service areas and an […]

Seven ways AI can help your business

By Walter Parker, Building Kentucky AI is everywhere. Art and memes generated by AI are filling social media feeds. It’s in your browsers and search engines. Schools are even wrestling with AI’s ability to produce convincing research papers and quickly tackle mountains of homework sidestepping the education goals of the class. Have you thought about […]