AT Accreditation

Professional M.S. in Athletic Training Program Earns Initial Accreditation

By Ryan Clark
CHS Director of Communications

The College of Health Sciences’ Professional Master of Science in Athletic Training Program (AT) has earned its initial accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of...

Apr 13, 2022

‘Toys with a Purpose’ ready to help, but it needs one thing — toys

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Shelley Ferrin remembers exactly when everything started to make sense — the idea, the need and the simplicity of the solution. It all came together at once and seemed so clear.

It...

Apr 12, 2022

Faculty, Students Support One Another at CHS Research Day

By Madison Becknell
CHS Contributor

The College of Health Sciences and the Center for Clinical and Translational Science organized a day this week to celebrate and display different kinds of research.

Held on April 5,...

Apr 8, 2022

CHS’ Noehren is new Hamburg Endowed Professor

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Brian Noehren, PT, PhD, FACSM and interim Associate Dean for Research and professor in the College of Health Sciences, is the latest recipient of the College’s Joseph Hamburg Professorship...

Apr 4, 2022

CLM Students Pair Up with Alumni for Career Education

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

In the class “Careers in Clinical Leadership and Management,” or CLM 120, students can expect to learn about the wide variety of professional positions they could obtain in the field.

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Apr 4, 2022

DPT Students Show Appreciation for Hazard Staff

This week, the UKDPT students on the Hazard campus showed their appreciation to the UK Center of Excellence in Rural Health custodial, transportation and maintenance staff by providing snacks and gifts to each member. 

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Apr 1, 2022

My Athletic Training Immersion Experience at the Louisville Ballet

By Emalee Johnson
CHS contributor

Emalee Johnson, a native of London, Ky., is in Athletic Training, Class of 2022. She spent the fall participating in an Immersion Trip with the Louisville Ballet. The following are her thoughts...

Mar 31, 2022

Tears of Strength: CHS Prof Assists Shooting Survivor with Access to Exoskeleton Therapy

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

April’s arm muscles bulged and strained.

Her teeth clenched. And, with the help of the exoskeleton, she struggled to stand on shaky, unfeeling legs. Slowly, and with a seemingly...

Mar 30, 2022

Servant Leader: Uriah Carter hired as new CHS Director of Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

When people used to say, “Thank you” to Uriah Carter’s Granny, the elder woman would never say “You’re welcome.”

Instead, she would respond in this way: “I’m just here to serve.” And...

Mar 29, 2022

PT Students Team Up for Blood and Organ Drive

By Ellee Sidebottom
CHS Contributor

UK Physical Therapy (PT) students are teaming up with other PT programs in the Ohio-Kentucky Consortium to focus on a service project for organ and blood donation. This service project holds a...

Mar 25, 2022

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