Graduate Research
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  • Jun 15 2020

“The aim of these fellowships is to cultivate future leaders who are able to solve emerging agricultural challenges of the 21st century,” said Robert Houtz, UK associate dean for research and director of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station.

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  • Apr 21 2020

Austin Hinkel, a doctoral student in UK's Department of Physics and Astronomy, is the lead author of a new paper that published today in the Astrophysical Journal (ApJ).

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  • Jan 16 2020

The research led by Shyanika Rose examined local policies across the nation that restricted flavored tobacco products to see how they reached at-risk populations including youth, people of color, LGBTQ and low-income groups.

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  • Jan 8 2020

Travis Scheadler, a sport and exercise psychology master’s student, was selected as the first junior associate editor for the Journal for Advancing Sport Psychology Research.

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  • Jan 2 2020

People in Kentucky experience some of the highest rates of cancer, cardiovascular disease, substance use, diabetes and obesity in the nation. CHET seeks to improve the health of the most vulnerable residents of Kentucky and beyond.

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  • Nov 11 2019

Lance Cpl. Benjamin Shaw is currently in his fourth year of the UK College of Medicine’s PhD program in physiology, studying the effect genetic differences have on immune cell function related to Alzheimer’s disease risk.

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  • Nov 7 2019

Van Wyngaarden’s research at UK is inspired by his time at the Center for the Intrepid: he’s studying the potential for chronic pain in patients who have suffered a significant lower extremity fracture that required surgery.

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  • Aug 8 2019

James Tyler Nichols is one of four UK students who were selected for the highly competitive NASA Academy at NASA Langley Research Center. The academy is an intense multidisciplinary research project that requires significant commitment.

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  • Jul 5 2019

From University of Kentucky's 10th overall and first female Rhodes Scholar, to the second Pickering Fellow in two years, to a school record-tying class of Fulbright recipients, the world's most prestigious scholarship, fellowship and internship organizations took note this year of the Wildcats' academic talent.

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  • Jun 17 2019

Discipline and how it is administered in schools across the U.S. continues to be a hotly debated topic. Now a University of Kentucky doctoral graduate’s expansive research on the subject has been published in the Journal of School Psychology and is gaining widespread attention from teachers, administrators and researchers.