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  • Jul 23 2021

For 11 years, STEM Experiences camps have given students in second grade through high school opportunities to get a sneak peak of what it feels like to learn in university classrooms.

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  • Jul 23 2021

Kristin Ashford, Ph.D., is one of only six health professionals from across the country joining the prestigious, yearlong fellowship program.

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  • Jul 22 2021

Wet and warm weather is causing producers to adapt and shift management practices, forcing grain farmers to exercise patience when planting and harvesting new crops.

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  • Jul 22 2021

Veronica Taylor and Baron Wolf were selected by a committee of research administrator peers, after the program received more than 100 nominations from around the globe.

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  • Jul 22 2021

The program offers Appalachian Kentucky high school and undergraduate students opportunities to gain cancer research, clinical, outreach and educational experiences.

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  • Jul 21 2021

The Summer Training in Environmental Health and Pharmacological Sciences (STEPS) program provides hands-on research experience, career coaching and mentorship to undergraduate students aspiring to become health care providers and scientists. 

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  • Jul 20 2021

A native of east Asia, the moth is a serious invasive insect and continues to spread. University of Kentucky entomologists and the U.S. Department of Agriculture are asking Kentuckians to monitor their boxwoods and report any damage.

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  • Jul 19 2021

The School of Journalism and Media earned a fifth-place finish in Intercollegiate Photojournalism and a 10th place overall finish in the prestigious competition.

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  • Jul 19 2021

As the COVID delta variant continues to spread across the United States, questions remain around both vaccine effectiveness and vaccination rates, and what these numbers could mean moving into the fall.

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  • Jul 19 2021

The webinar program is the second of a three-part public policy collaboration between the chamber and UK’s Martin School to find common ground on public policy issues facing both urban and rural areas.