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The latest issue of Gateway Magazine is here!

April 4, 2024


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:

Alumni Honored at CHS Hall of Fame Awards

March 26, 2024

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.

Understanding Ramadan

March 8, 2024

5 Questions with … Dr. Syed Ali of the UK Muslim Affinity Group

By Ryan Clark
CHS Communications Director

For many worldwide, the Islamic month of Ramadan is associated only with fasting and prayer. But it is about so much more — especially for some faculty, staff and students here in the College of Health Sciences.  

‘You Can Do Hard Things’

February 22, 2024

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.  

UK Health Sciences student reflects on connection to Tuskegee syphilis study

February 12, 2024

Cori will graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in human health sciences, pre-athletic training. She plans to continue her education by attaining a doctorate of physical therapy. Mark Cornelison | UK Photo


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