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Political Science Grad Has a Passion for Intercultural Education, Empowering Others

By Jenny Wells

 

When Kendall Hitch came to the University of Kentucky from Troy, Michigan, as a freshman in 2014, she was nervous about making it "on her own." After all, she was in a different state, a different community and in many ways, a different culture from her home up north. But she says she quickly learned there is no such thing as self-made person.

"We’re all where we are today because of the support of family, friends, mentors and fellow human beings," Hitch said.

A&S Senior Hadeel Abdallah Named Rhodes Scholar

By Whitney Hale, Amy Jones-Timoney, and Kody Kiser

 

Hear directly from Hadeel Abdallah what it means to be selected a Rhodes Scholar.

UK Joins U.S. Department of Energy Battery Research Partnership

 

LEXINGTON, Ky. (Nov. 19, 2018) — The University of Kentucky has been named a partner on a $120 million, five-year second phase of the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research (JCESR), a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Innovation Hub focused on advancing battery science and technology.

Two A&S Students Bring Home Gold Following Research Competitions

By Ryan Girves

Last week, University of Kentucky graduate and undergraduate students competed in the final rounds of the 5-Minute Fast Track Research Competition and the 3-Minute Thesis Competition (3MT). While two final winners prevailed, research also came out ahead.

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