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  • Mar 24 2023

A course in the College of Education brings students from different disciplines together to learn to work as a team, think critically, and use creativity to address a very unique and emotional challenge with their community partner, UK’s Markey Cancer Center.

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  • Mar 1 2023

Throughout March, UK is spotlighting Women Making History. These women are leading their fields of research and impacting the lives of Kentuckians. For Allison Gibson, Ph.D., her passion is helping some of the most vulnerable Kentuckians.

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  • Feb 9 2023

Curiosity and an eagerness to learn led Darwin Conwell, M.D., to a career as a medical pancreatologist. Now the chair of internal medicine, Conwell brings his passion for science and education to the College of Medicine and UK HealthCare.

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  • Feb 8 2023

A U.S. Army Corp of Engineers Engineer Research and Development Center grant has provided the Center for Applied Energy Research with funding to expand its renowned cementitious materials research and development facility.

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  • Feb 8 2023

The 2023 Great Teacher Award winners were honored during an on-court recognition during the UK-Arkansas game Tuesday, Feb. 7, at Rupp Arena.

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  • Nov 29 2022

Originally from Ghana, first-generation student Princess Magor Agbozo came to the University of Kentucky with a desire to help others. Now a junior in the UK College of Public Health (CPH), Agbozo feels that she has grown over the past few years as a student. 

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  • Nov 16 2022

Austin Stone was recently awarded a $250,000 grant from the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine for a two-year study on posttraumatic osteoarthritis in knees and therapies for prevention.

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  • Oct 27 2022

For her innovative approach to studying low-cost water treatment, Tiffany Messer, Ph.D., an assistant professor in biosystems and agricultural engineering, is the recipient of the National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award.

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  • Oct 25 2022

In the final installment of the "I Am A UK Innovator" series Ming-Yuan Chih, Ph.D., describes a mobile health app he developed with his team to help bone marrow transplant patients during their recovery.

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  • Oct 18 2022

Chad Risko (Department of Chemistry, College of Arts and Sciences) discusses an innovation that could help the scientific community confirm results by repeating, or reproducing, experiments — an activity fundamental to scientific progress.