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Image 6 of Kentucky Alumnus, 1987, no. 2

Part of Kentucky alumnus

` M Governor’s Scholors Cool Woste Roods · In its fifth year, more than 5()() Ken- Outside the classroom students enjoy UK transportation research engineers ` J ° . iiicky high School students participated the recreational facilities on campus and are getting set to build a test road made · V.i, in the Governor’s Scholars Program. sP€n€l their evenings interacting With in part from calcium sulfate, the main 4 The five-week sessions are held at UK outstanding speakers, watching iilms, waste product from atmospheric fluid- it . V'V·- and at Centre College. Students are se- participating in clubs and talking with ized bed combustion. AFBC is a new it `·‘r’_’ S— · lected on the basis of their PSAT scores, each other. A staff of 20 college students coal-burning technology that is both ef- Q Q-Qi ._.‘ . a personal essay and the reeommenda- serve as resident advisors, The purpose ncicnt and Significantly Cleaner than g -_,; tions of teachers and counselors in their of tht? sP€al<€1°s Pmgfam is t0 Provide other methods. David Hunsucker and t f .l.‘.`r i.·t l()(;§]_1 S(jh()O1 diStfiC[S_ The pl`OgI`8]']'] is role Inodcls for the students intro' Gary Sharpe are hcading a tcam administered by Lil Press from the ducing them to outstanding, successful will design and analyze a highway in _»:_» V»·. °“Y,i, G0V€Fn0F’s Otli€€ in FYanl