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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.

 

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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.  

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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.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Jamie Suhr came all the way from the West Coast to spend his first day in Physical Therapy school in the College of Health Sciences Monday.

Suhr, a 29-year-old native of Boise, Idaho, attended his first class — physiology — and he came away impressed.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Allison Rulen says she’s always wanted to do something in healthcare — something scientific, she says — and she always loved the University of Kentucky.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

When Katie Gaines came to UK, she didn’t expect to engage in rural research in Kentucky, shadow holistic medicine providers or study abroad in Paris, France.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

The 2022 CHS Student Awards was a feel-good, end-of-the-year celebration of achievement held in the Worsham Cinema in the Gatton Student Center.

"Today is about our students," CHS Dean Scott Lephart, PhD, told the crowd. "This is an exciting time to celebrate."

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Some of the professors could barely hold back their tears. Then again, others didn't hold back at all. 

That was the vibe at the 2022 College of Health Sciences Student Awards ceremony Tuesday. 

It was a feel-good, end-of-year celebration of achievement held in the Worsham Cinema in the Gatton Student Center.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Jeff Galloway and his family had gone to the basement. They were scared, and ready for the worst.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

When 29-year-old Alyaa Zagzoog, from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, was looking for a university to attend for graduate school, she had a checklist of things in her mind; the perfect place would meet each item on that list.

The university needed to have a lot of native English speakers. But it needed to be in a quiet and affordable area.

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