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A&S Math Student Receives Prestigious National Scholarship

By Madison Dyment

A national scholarship can go a long way, even when the recipient is a senior. Just ask UK senior, Claire Barrera, the latest recipient of the Trjitzinsky Scholarship, one of the American Mathematical Society’s (AMS) coveted awards.

Rounding out her final year as a math major and economics minor, Barrera pins her scholarly path on her upbringing.

Biology Professor Ann Morris Receives Nearly $1.9 Million to Study Retinal Regeneration

By Jenny Wells

Ann Morris, an associate professor of biology in the University of Kentucky College of Arts and Sciences, has received $1.87 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to continue her cutting-edge research in retinal development and regeneration.

Research on Local Food Promotion: ENS Student Takes Studies to South Carolina

By Madison Dyment

For many students, the pinnacle of their collegiate experience is securing a position on a research project. For UK student and environmental and sustainability studies major Charles “Adler” Hulsey, that opportunity came through UK’s Student Sustainability Council and the Office of Undergraduate Research.

Physics Professor Working to Break Boundaries

By Eliana Shapere

“People have been searching for an EDM (Electric Dipole Moment) of the neutron since 1950. We are trying harder and harder to find the needle in the haystack. If it were discovered at the anticipated level of sensitivity and accuracy that experiments can obtain now, it would be completely revolutionary. It would be evidence for physics that we can’t currently describe theoretically.”

UK Air Force ROTC Welcomes New Aerospace Studies Department Chair; International Affairs Officer of the Year

By Madison Dyment

 

After being awarded with the International Affairs Officer of the Year accolade as the cap of an extensive and successful military career, it’s hard to see how one could climb higher. Further, while coming into a new state, a new school and a new position may seem a daunting task for many, but Lt. Colonel Katie Buss of the U.S. Air Force is far from the average person.

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