Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Lyman T. Johnson, a teacher at Central High School in Louisville, Ky. for 33 years, was best known for breaking the color barrier at the University of Kentucky. 

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

All you had to do is look at the smiles on their faces.

It was plain to see that getting active is a whole lot of fun.

Human Health Sciences

Here at the CHS News Desk, we thought it might be fun to run down the stories that received the most clicks and views from 2022. As we reviewed them, we saw exactly why they garnered so much attention. Some made us laugh and cry. Some inspired. Some were just important and informed us.

No matter the topic, each one made it crystal clear: Last year was a big and important time for the College of Health Sciences

Without further ado, let's reveal the list. Cue the drumroll, if you like.

 

Human Health Sciences

By Sara Pisoni
CHS Contributor

For professors in the College of Health Sciences, they have a luxury some others could only hope for.

They are utilizing their undergraduate students to help with their research.  

Human Health Sciences

In July, the PATHfinders hosted the first four-day in-person Summer Bridge program! The program allowed first-year students to meet their peers, upper-class students, faculty and staff in the College of Health Sciences, explore various healthcare professions and gain financial and academic support. 

Human Health Sciences

It’s National Allied Health Professions Week!


It’s National Allied Health Professions Week, or as some call it, National Allied Health Week, where we celebrate all that is wonderful about the Allied Health Professions. There will be lectures and seminars, mental health resources and helpful tips on how to live a healthier life.

During the week, we’ll also be featuring stories about current students on our social media.

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

When the students walk up and get inducted tonight, Emma Pastirik says she will fully realize that the ceremony is the most notable achievement that the College of Health Sciences Student Ambassadors have made. 

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

There's a saying in life that you always want to leave your audience wanting more.

It was certainly true Friday in the College of Health Sciences. But in this case, the CHS Office of Student Affairs left them wanting S'mores.

Human Health Sciences

Four people with ties to the College of Health Sciences were honored at the 31st Annual Lyman T. Johnson Awards Luncheon at noon, Friday, Oct. 14.

This year, we had four nominees from the College, two from 2021 and two from 2022 — all were honored this year because the event was unable to be held last year due to COVID.

The four are:

Human Health Sciences

Four people with ties to the College of Health Sciences will be honored at the 31st Annual Lyman T. Johnson Awards Luncheon at noon, Friday, Oct. 14.

This year, we have four nominees from the College, two from 2021 and two from 2022 — all are being honored this year because the event was unable to be held last year due to COVID.

For those who want to follow the ceremony on Zoom, you can do so here:

https://uky.zoom.us/j/87072977459

 

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