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By Kody Kiser and Hayden Gooding
UK Now

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That's right — the latest issue of Gateway (the official magazine of the College of Health Sciences) has arrived. 

In this issue, you'll find stories like:

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

“Sometimes, you will never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”

That quote came from the iconic Dr. Seuss, and it was repeated Monday night by Stacy Fritz, PhD, PT, FAPTA — the newest inductee into the College of Health Sciences Hall of Fame.

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Baez Honored as Young Alumni Award Winner

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Shelby Baez knew she wanted a career in athletic training when she was in high school. But originally, she thought she was going to contribute to Good Morning America.

As a four-sport athlete growing up in Fayetteville, N.C., (that’s basketball, softball, volleyball and cross country, if you’re curious) she originally thought she may be a journalist, then go to law school and be a political correspondent for GMA.  

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About 70 faculty, staff, current students, alumni and friends attended the American Physical Therapy Association Conference's Alumni Reception Friday, Feb. 16 in Boston.  

The group had the chance to connect with clinical partners as well. 

See our PHOTO GALLERY here!

 

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By Lindsey Fiori and Ryan Clark
CHS contributors

Molly Taylor, MS, LAT, ATC, a Rehabilitation and Health Sciences doctoral candidate and research assistant, has received a $2,500 grant from the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Research & Education Foundation for an intervention study on emotional intelligence (EI) and burnout in healthcare profession (HCP) students.

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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

In late January, the YMCA Black Achievers Healthcare cluster visited the University of Kentucky College of Health Sciences. Faculty and current CHS students shared information about their available programs in healthcare and STEM.

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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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By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

Nick Thomas, a 29-year-old student in the Rehabilitation and Health Sciences PhD program, is the recipient of a 2024 Research Recognition Award from the American Physiological Society for research concerning muscle recovery following anterior cruciate ligament knee injuries.

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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. 

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