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UK Statistics Professor Writes New Book

Because of incomplete or partial data, it can be hard to calculate accurate approximations important to scientific work such as medical research.

Chellgren Center Names 36 New Fellows, Five Endowed Professorships

Black Arts Movement Icon Sonia Sanchez Returns to Ky. Women Writers Conference

Legendary 81-year-old poet Sonia Sanchez will return to the upcoming Kentucky Women Writers Conference on the 10th anniversary of the founding of the conference series named for her.

UK's Phi Kappa Phi Chapter Gains Momentum

"For a chapter which did not even exist six-and-a-half years ago, we're doing pretty well."

STEM Education Department Welcomes New Research Undergrads

The University of Kentucky Department of STEM Education, under the direction of Molly Fisher (PI), associate professor and director of graduate studies, and Jennifer Wilhelm (co-PI), professor and chair,

Former Statistics Graduate Student Continuing on Path to Success

The roots of black cohosh, a plant native to the Appalachian region, has served a large variety of needs throughout its history. Progressing from its roles as an acne treatment and insect repellent, black cohosh root is often used today as an herbal supplement.

Realizing our Priorities

At 3 p.m. today, Tuesday August 18th, we will welcome members of our campus and community to tour three new residence halls on our campus, Woodland Glen III, IV and V.

NSF Awards $6 Million to UK and Three Partner Schools to Develop Weather Research Drones

A $6 million National Science Foundation grant will allow researchers at the University of Kentucky, Oklahoma State University, University of Oklahoma, and University of Nebraska to develop unmanned aircraft systems, otherwise known as drone systems, to study atmospheric physics for improved precision agriculture and weather forecasting.

A First of its Kind: Kentucky African American Encyclopedia Celebrates State’s History

From the earliest moments of Kentucky’s recorded history, the lives of African-Americans have been intricately woven into the fabric of the state.

UK Psychologist Studying Envy is featured in The New Yorker

University of Kentucky psychologist, Richard Smith, was featured in a recent article in The New Yorker

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