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The Dean's Channel: Jessica Combs

The Dean interviews Jessica Combs, a graduate student in UK's Clinical Psychology Program. Combs' research focuses on the various psychological aspects of eating disorders.

Dean's Channel: Figuring Physics with Mike Cavagnero

In part two of the Dean's interview with Mike Cavagnero, the Chair of Physics and Astronomy discusses the role of the department on campus and the possibilities and excitement of where the discipline may be headed.

Dean's Channel: Mike Cavagnero Helps Students Measure Science

Mike Cavagnero, the Chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, was one of the initial faculty members to teach a class in A&S Wired in Fall of 2011 titled Measuring Science. He talks about the course and the power of using the iPad in the classroom. You can also view a video on the final projects the class did: vimeo.com/35279096 This is part one of a two-part Dean's Channel interview with Mike Cavagnero. Part two is here - vimeo.com/35011430

Dean's Channel: New Applied Stats Lab Sets the Course for Collaboration

Dean Mark Kornbluh sits down with statistics professors Arne Bathke and Arny Stromberg about the opening of the Applied Statistics Laboratory. This new resource will be available for use by multiple colleges and disciplines to meet statisitical analysis needs for all kinds of research. For more information, please visit the lab's website: stat.as.uky.edu/asl

Dean's Channel - Ron Eller (part 2)

Ron Eller is a professor in the department of History, where he specializes in Appalachian history. In this Dean's Channel video, Professor Eller speaks about his new book, "Uneven Ground: Appalachian Since 1945" and his ties to the Appalachian region.

Dean's Channel - Ron Eller

Ron Eller is a professor in the department of History, where he specializes in Appalachian history. In this Dean's Channel video, Professor Eller speaks about his new book, "Uneven Ground: Appalachian Since 1945" and his ties to the Appalachian region.

Dean's Channel - Eyeing the Details

What is Ann Morris' secret weapon in studying the genetic disorders that disrupt the human eye? A small, freshwater vertebrate called the zebrafish. Its innate ability to regenerate tissues within its retina following injury makes it a valuable tool for understanding the ocular disease that compromise the vision of thousands of people each year.

Dean's Channel: Featuring President Eli Capilouto

In this Dean's Channel Video, Dean Mark Kornbluh sits down to talk with the new President of the University of Kentucky, Eli Capilouto. President Capilouto stresses the importance of a strong and broad undergraduate education that harnesses the power of technology and cutting-edge research.

Dean's Channel: Appalachia in the 21st Century

Dean Mark Kornbluh sits down with Ann Kingsolver, a professor in the Department of Anthropology and the new Director of the Appalachian Research Center and the Appalachian Studies Program. Find out about her passion for the region and how she plans to strengthen UK/Appalachia connections.

Dean's Channel: Keiko Tanaka and Huajing Maske on Year of China

Keiko Tanaka and Huajing Maske share the excitement centered around this year’s Passport to the World initiative on China.

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