CHS Offers First Undergraduate Certificate in Research at UK

The University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences recently launched the undergraduate Certificate in Research in Human Health Sciences – the first of its kind on campus. The new certificate provides eligible UK...

May 27, 2015

USA TODAY - Babies Don't Need Smartphones

"More than two-thirds of 2-year-olds are also using tablets, more than half dawdle on smart phones, and 1 in 4 are deploying some form of technology at the dinner table.Even babies, not even a year old, are being pulled in, according to a new...

May 14, 2015

Managing Your Child's Tech Time

By Judith L Page

May is Better Hearing and Speech Month — a good time to look at how children learn speech and language. Frequent conversations with children in their early years are the best way to set them on the road to language...

May 14, 2015

2014 Faculty and Staff Awards

2014 Employee of the Year
Wayne Centers
Student Affairs Officer II







 Excellence in Research Award

May 1, 2015

UK Health Sciences Professor Receives Excellence in Teaching Award

Joan Darbee, PT, PhD, a senior lecturer in the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Division of Physical Therapy, was named the 2015 recipient of the college’s Kingston Award for Excellence in Teaching. 


May 1, 2015

Added Sugar in American Diets Has Caused Public Health Crisis

Dr. Geza Bruckner was recently a contributing columnist in the Lexington Herald-Leader

Let's face it. Sugars tastes good and for a little while, it may makes us feel better until the crash comes and we are left feeling tired and...

Apr 27, 2015

Fuel Young Athletes with Hydration and Nutrition

College of Health Sciences Athletic Training student Jordan Light was recently a contributing columnist in the Lexington Herald-Leader.

With the spring sports season in full swing, parents of young athletes are busy...

Apr 27, 2015

College of Health Sciences Inducts Glenda Mack into Hall of Fame

The University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences recently welcomed a new inductee into its Alumni Hall of Fame. The latest inductee is Glenda D. Mack, MSPT, CWS, CLT, MBA. 

Mack, a 1997 alumna of the physical therapy program, is...

Mar 25, 2015

Five Benefits of Consulting with a PA for Primary Care

This column first appeared in the March 15 edition of the Lexington Herald-Leader. 

By Virginia Valentin and Hannah Anderson

When finding a home base for health care, patients are no longer considering a single doctor in...

Mar 25, 2015

Speech-Language Pathologist Helps Former Wildcat Become Fluent for Life

Meg Shake, a speech-language pathologist in the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences Communication Disorders Clinic, is featured in a recent Sports Illustrated article, written by Lee Jenkins.

The article...

Mar 9, 2015