Undergraduate Research
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  • Dec 10 2021

Applications for undergraduate and graduate research awards for students involved with research in the Appalachian region are due Feb. 15, 2022.

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  • Dec 6 2021

The summer program encourages more young women of diverse backgrounds to seek out careers in science and medicine.

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  • Nov 23 2021

Established in 1964 by then-UK President John Oswald, the Oswald Research and Creativity Competition encourages undergraduate research and creative activities across all fields of study.

  • Video
  • Oct 22 2021

The Markey STRONG Scholars Program fosters diversity in cancer research. The 10-week program that aims to provide career and professional development for college sophomores, juniors and seniors.

  • Article
  • Sep 9 2021

The newly redesigned ambassador program’s mission is to increase awareness and create opportunities for students to actively engage in research and creative scholarship.

  • Article
  • Aug 31 2021

The Lewis Honors College junior is one of 2021’s 60 recipients to be awarded a scholarship of up to $15,000 from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.

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  • Jul 27 2021

Three graduate students received the James S. Brown Graduate Student Award for Research on Appalachia, and four graduate students and one undergraduate student received the center's Eller and Billings Student Research Award.

  • Article
  • 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.