Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

When Ella Emmert was a child, there were three things she positively knew were true: She loved softball. She loved the University of Kentucky. And she wanted to go into healthcare for a career.

Human Health Sciences

New undergrad award also created

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director
 

LEXINGTON, Ky. — One is a Chief of Staff at a university, while another is a researcher and assistant professor, and the third is a Director of Operational Performance. All are exemplary representatives of the College of Health Sciences — and all are now award winners.

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Here at the CHS News Desk, we love a good list. And we also love a good ranking. 

So what better time to revisit some of our biggest stories than now? We've put together a list of the 10 stories that have been most read (and most viewed, and most clicked on) by you, our faithful audience, in 2023. 

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Congratulations to all our 2023 graduates in the College of Health Sciences!

On Dec. 15, the fall semester wrapped up with our annual commencement ceremonies. 

Our latest CHS graduates were honored, and they celebrated as they prepare to go out and help the citizens of our Commonwealth and world. 

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Have you ever wondered what the average day is like for a Human Health Sciences major?

Get ready for another College of Health Sciences’ Instagram takeover — this time by Tadashi Dennis, a junior HHS major on the pre-dental track from San Antonio, Texas.

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‘De-stress with us!’

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Lindsey Fiori knows how stressful the weeks leading up to the end of the semester can be.

With finals, family obligations, the want to see friends and the need to buy presents, all can add up to a stress overload.

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Around 25 percent of all students who attend the University of Kentucky are first-generation students.

This means that their parents or guardians did not complete a four-year college or university degree.

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Human Health Sciences

By Kristi Willett and Ryan Clark
CHS Contributors

Human Health Sciences

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

He knew he wanted to help others; he just didn’t know how.

Now, 19-year-old Noah Fields is working toward a career in Physical Therapy.

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