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Gardner Named Fellow of American Physical Society

Physics professor Susan Gardner is being honored for her "pioneering work in strongly interacting physics and its interplay with weak decays and for numerous insights into important tests of CP violation and the Standard Model of particle interactions."

Albisetti Recognized for Development Achievement With Mobley Award

History professor James C. Albisetti was one of six recipients recognized from across campus for excellence in furthering UK’s philanthropic efforts at the annual Terry B. Mobley Development Awards ceremony.

Group photo Omani Students

 

 

Omani National Day Celebration University of Kentucky 2013 via: youtube.com/watch?v=hbQMigsm6PE

 

 

Magnetic Properties Taking Shape

UK Physics professor Lance De Long’s research featured on the cover of Physical Review Letters.

Maureen Meyers Wins C. B. Moore Award

The C. B. Moore Award, given annually at the Southeastern Archaeological Conference in recognition of “Excellence in Southeastern Archaeology or associated studies by a distinguished younger “scholar”, was established by the members of the Lower Mississippi Survey in 1990.

A Voice For The Voiceless: Courtney Lynch

Recent sociology alum Courtney Lynch was accepted to Harvard Law, where she is in the midst of her first semester. A&S recently caught up with the Newport, Ky., native to talk about what drew her to sociology, her time studying abroad, and some of her goals for the future.

Burt Davis Honored by the American Chemical Society

Burt Davis, longtime associate director for the University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research's Clean Fuels and Chemicals Group, has been selected as the 2013 American Chemical Society's Energy & Fuels Division Distinguished Researcher Award in Petroleum Chemistry.

Cutting The Cost: Arts & Sciences Alumni Funds Enable Student Opprtunities

Geography graduate student Malene Jacobsen is no stranger to travel for her research. While she is a student at UK and spends most of her time in Lexington, Jacobsen’s work on political asylum and migration requires her to move between Europe and the United States as she collects data for her degree.

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