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

Students, Faculty Present at 4th Annual SURE Event

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Congratulations go out to all of our students and faculty who presented at the Fourth Annual SURE Event, or Substance Use Research Event, earlier this month at the Gatton Student Center....

Mar 24, 2022

Students Learn About Socioeconomic Status and Food Choices

By Madison Becknell and Ryan Clark
CHS Contributors

On Monday, the College of Health Sciences CLM 323 class, Social Determinants of Health, attended their own cooking class at The Food Connection on campus.

The head chef at...

Mar 22, 2022

Balancing Act: Gymnast, CHS Student Sticks the Landing in Sports and School

‘This is where you need to be’

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Don’t look now, but it’s not just the basketball teams that are making historic runs this athletic season.

It’s time to pay a little attention to your...

Mar 16, 2022

Kidd-Gilchrist now ready to help others

College of Health Sciences turns out for a day with MKG

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

It’s still amazing to see, even 10 years later, how people react to him.

It was like time had never passed — even though he’d...

Mar 13, 2022

CHS Basketballer Says Past Week Has Been ‘Whirlwind’

Here’s 5 questions with … SEC Champion Emma King

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

When Emma King was in the fifth grade, she told her father that she wanted to play basketball for the University of Kentucky.

That...

Mar 10, 2022

‘You never know unless you try’

AT student wins SEATA scholarship

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Angela Huston was a Kinesiology major at UK before she considered graduate school in the College of Health Sciences Athletic Training program.

Now...

Mar 9, 2022

30 years later, one thing remains true – MLS grad says this degree will get you a job

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

It’s been 30 years, but Angela McCowan-Bailey, B.S. MT (ASCP), says one thing remains true: If you’re a Medical Laboratory Science major, when you graduate you will get a job.

...

Mar 3, 2022

$367K Grant Will Allow PAs to Prescribe Treatment for Opioids

By Austin Robinson and Ryan Clark
CHS Contributors

Working with Veterans holds a special place in Cheryl Vanderford’s heart.

And through that work, she received firsthand experience by providing substance use disorder...

Mar 1, 2022

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