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SECREl`AA’Y Have you noticed a couple of changes on our cover'? The UK Alumni Association Board of Directors
g1nI_;1?¢1,n72 voted at its September meeting to tweak the name of the magazine to Kentucky Alumni. From time to time
Agggglmgg srgpr we have had letters and comments about using the male form of the Latin word alumnus in the title  
ggggggfmin of the magazine. That’s just the way the staff, and indeed university and alumni staffs throughout the
'”'”‘”‘“"""""/’"“'””' country, saw things back in 1929 when the magazine was founded. Today the alumni body 1S different
  because the University is different; 53 percent of the students on campus are female and 51 percent of
A.S`$§ggt7E ommozer UK alumni are female. With the name Kentucky Alumni, everyone can feel that the magazine truly is his
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*m‘t**1*?" 92 recognized it immediately. You will also see it often coupled with three words that summarize the UK
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1 MARKEHNG7 — Sam Abell and Molly Foree — represent these traits. Spend a moment with your University through
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’!¤ ·"-"·’@i x . which will deliver visitors right to the front door of the University at Administration Drive  
  and at Euclid Avenue. During a trip to Washington, D.C., I attended the Kentuckians dinner,  
had breakfast with our congressional delegation, met with representatives from various fed- {
eral govemment offices, and finally, lunched with UK alumni living in the D.C. area. Patsy and I en-  
joyed talking with club president Kay Kinney, along with Steve Ward, an Air Force Two pilot featured I
in the fall Kentucky Alumnus magazine, and the many other well-wishers who were there to greet us.  I
I It was an honor to receive the Outstanding Alumnus of Kentucky Award — the Oak Award — from  
the Kentucky Advocates for Higher Education. I was indeed in very good company with other honor- I
ees, Edward Eckenhoff who founded and directs the National Rehabilitation Hospital in D.C., a gradu-
ate of Transylvania University, UK and the Washington University School of Medicine, and Astronaut I
Col. Terrence Wilcutt, another Western Kentucky guy and good friend of UK.
In October I visited with alumni on the West Coast. It was wonderful to see the Big Blue banner be-
ing carried by UK alumni living successful lives so far away from Kentucky but still staying connected
to the University.
Also in October, UK received a $22.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to spear-  K
head a project to improve math and science education in rural areas. The project involves pre—K
through grade 12 students. UK will work with the Appalachian Rural Systemic Initiative at the Ken-
tucky Science and Technology Corporation and eight institutions of higher education, including Eastern
Kentucky University, Kentucky State University, Morehead State University, Pikeville College, Union ,
College, University of Virginia College at Wise, University of Tennessee and Somerset Community Col- n
I lege. Other colleges and universities are expected to join as the project progresses. It combines all of the  
elements I like to see: it’s a testimonial to the quality of our faculty; it addresses a real need in the Com- I
monwealth; our success with the program will lead to publishable results applicable to others; and it  
brings money into the economy of Kentucky. This grant and others received in the month puts UK on a A
record pace again this year in attracting research dollars to Kentucky.  I
In November we completed some important administrative hires —— Mike Nietzel as provost and T
Wendy Baldwin as vice president for research. A point of satisfaction in November was seeing the foot- `
ball Wildcats become an unforgettable part of UK athletic history. To these student athletes, doing `
things the right way is more than a cliché. I was deeply touched by the gesture of the team and coaching
staff when they presented me with the game ball following their sixth win of the season at Mississippi
State. They thanked me for supporting them; I thank them and new Athletics Director Mitch Bamhart
and staff for their shining light.
In the midst of the holiday season and year-end reflections, I also want to thank you for your support
of the entire University of Kentucky. Each UK alum is important to UK, and by your membership in
the UK Alumni Association you are demonstrating an extra measure of commitment that is appreci— I
ated.  
I Best wishes to you and your family in 2003.  
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3 tremor have difficulty with everyday tasks such as eating, dent Lee T. Todd Jr. in announcing plans to develop a Cen-
  drinking and writing. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive and ter for Research on Violence Against Women at UK.
fl degenerative neurological disease that affects approximately "Creation of this center will provide an innovative and
l 500,000 people in the United States. far reaching way to address the welfare of women victim-
5 A procedure done by University of Kentucky Hospital ized by violence and to enhance the stature and reputation
Z Chief of Staff Byron Young, M.D., can help control the trem- of Kentucky’s postsecondary education system across the
‘ ors. Young, the J ohnston—Wright Endowed Chair of Surgery, country," said Patton in announcing the new center.
V professor in the Department of Surgery, chief of the Division "The Center for Research on Wolence Against Women
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E planted the Erst Activa Tremor Control Deep Brain Stimula- sues and risk-related behavior and should provide an av-
  tor (DBS) device for tremor disorder at UK in December enue for accessing research funding to study one of the
  1997. Since then, he has completed 50 procedures. most devastating social problems of our time," said Todd.
DBS, developed by Medtronic Inc., includes an insulated The primary focus of the center will be to bring faculty to-
wire lead that is surgically implanted deep within the thala- gether to conduct research on issues related to domestic
mus, the brain’s communication center. The lead is con- violence, rape, stalking and related crimes against women.
nected by an extension wire passed under the skin to an Three major areas of concentration have been identified by
implanted pulse generator, similar to an advanced cardiac an initial faculty advisory group: the health and mental
pacemaker, which is implanted near the collarbone. health effects of violence, legal issues, and pubhc policy and
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Reed promised a vigorous tenure as Jack Guthrie ofLou1sv1lle, whose term the same society that
board chairman. "We’re going to move UK expired. Tobin, a retired managing direc- Values youth, and that
to even greater heights," he said. tor of Marsh Inc., an insurance broker- _ learning is
Gov. Paul Patton appointed Reed to the age firm where she was a casualty broker 1 iM ·-—t   a liie_long
UK board in 1994. He served as vice chair for 28 years, is a past president of the W- i gy   J _ A nroeess
from 1999 to his election as chair this year. UK Alumni Association and is an hon- l r   . ’ Downs
He is a 1986 graduate of the College of Law. oree in the UK Alumni Association Hall     rf ‘, “   is one ot
In August, Myra Leigh Tobin of New of Distinguished Alumni. She also owns A     _ the most
York City, N.Y, and Michael Kennedy of a farm in Breckinridge County, Ky   ··   t   li familiar
Lexington participated as members in their Kennedy, an associate professor in the       American
first UK Board of Trustees meeting. Department of Geography in the Col- D P television
Tobin was appointed by Gov. Paul lege of Arts and Sciences, is one of two l_lnol.i Downs news
Patton from three nominees elected by faculty representatives on the board sneaks With oersonalities
graduates of UK in balloting this spring in elected by the faculty of the University. loupnoilgm and in the
an election conducted by the UK Alumni gerontology history of
Association. She is one of three alumni rep- students. the
resentatrves on the UK board. She replaces t   um.: wwwiut radii muotoos methumsiqe holqs tt post-
mas ers egree in
gerontology from Hunter
= ia i College and a Certificate
  if ig   0. A   ees; L -    i   ji in Geriatric Medicine
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  I  t iii     —·.‘ ¤  *.—i t' ~ D s ` SE H i  - _   til     g Five UK faculty have
 `i  ii   ...g?"·?--' F"   "' g , i ' r are »i-~ {   A I " f   been named Fulbright .
rt   · i ` ' ` jj R - · Q _.  ;   li E Scholars for the 2002-
  Y ° {4.. ii aa _t,. _ .. .i.. » ·»»·-·‘e   l i li 2003 academic year, per-
Y -»  _ · W   @77   E mitting them to teach or
*   M  F A i‘P*Y*’ · CL perform research abroad.
I Arturo’s Art Goes to Court  Ci‘i;Ki*;i°’a““
W UK art professor Arturo Alonzo Sandoval has completed a commissioned artwork for tslrio Kiler (Reoiiblie oi
the new U.S. Sixth District Court building in London. Sandoval, who has taught at UK Czechoslovakia) Ednoa_
for 27 years, is best known for work that combines industrial materials with traditional riori. Marlr Berger (lre_
weaving. This courthouse piece, "Appalachian Knobs, " is made of interlaced highly pol- larirl) Economies; and
ished brass, copper, and aluminum strips that span an area approximately 1 yard by 16 Deeriiorirl O. Brown
yards wide. Several other artisans were involved in various aspects of the project, includ- (Glraria Wear Airiea) and
ing helping with fabrication of the actual piece. The commission was part of the U.S. Greg Brook (Sri Lanka),
General Service Administration’s Art in Architecture project, which stipulated that a Family Srndiea
small percentage of the federal building’s cost be
used for artwork.   VNNl.§S3.g0V
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Giving te UK   ll l  ,    a , . .,,.a..   
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By Teresa Arnold N L l l hl A   no   l   ..<  V_ A    L   I 5
University fund raising is continuing its   A     A '° jj   * ‘
record pace. The Campaign for the Uni-  V 4,; V »‘ si   Qiqi L L R , ,-QL'5
versity of Kentucky has now raised fl A   g ‘ gg   ` _?  le g, A
more than $525 million toward its $600-     ·     _4y_  .LA .V V, U   .. _ ee_» .- —_ °··r.      
money for students, faculty, academic 4 _; V V lA ·A .i‘i A ```l i "     i
programs, libraries, facilities and re-   I   E ._;_     V. -.     ._  
search. It is slated to end in 2003.   ,      ._  _A ; g       f    ·.~.  
The earhraieh already is having an l   . AA—A    M  J   »     ··    ....  
impressive impact on the number of I . {Q "M   W   A A   ·»»` fT·» _   _,,,,. .  
new endowed chairs and professorships, z,.  — ll · ~ ______w   `A ji  l  ·‘
which continues to increase, lending   Q Q ,;;;.;..2a 3?iiQ?f  “ i`;*“‘ ·
prestige and power to UK’s quest to im- __ _       ,,3;; l ii? f   A   A. 
1 prove and reward the caliber of its fac- ‘ .   AAA= ·   r A A °   U i
ulty. Before the campaign began in   it        _,.·  er" . Tg \
1998, UK had 22 endowed chairs and 45  _. ’     gi  
endowed professorships.Today, UK has V;·  a»Ag y ag; ,.,.   _ `  cu A
A 262 endowed faculty positions — an in-   . VV 2 Q
crease of 300 percent during the first   V     _ V  0  a j Ve  »~    , _   VV _ V. ig
four years of the campaign. A`   i no `V to        l g  E;
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l Highlights for the Fiscal `     ·    a
year   Eric Crowden, a trainer with the Office of lflevelopment, instructs two student callers
on the new system they'|l use to call alumni for contributions.
For the first time, UK topped the $60
i million mark in cash and gifts—in-kind  .
  received with that total reaching   WWW-\llW·¤ll“/n¤V¤l0Pm9¤l
  $60,958,456. That is a 10 percent in-  
; crease over the previous year.
l In addition, the University received
l $13,695,277 in pledges for the year and
, qualified for $7,132,820 in matching In its first full year, the Bequest Soci-
l funds from the state’s Research Chal- ety grew at an impressive rate as donors ·
L lenge Trust Fund. learned the benefits of including UK in Ways to Make a Gift
Q Cash, gifts-in-kind and RCTF match- their estate plans. The Bequest Society you ooo request o booklet
1 ing funds totaled $81,786,553 for the fis— Welccmed 27 new members Who th I I . th
i cal year. The number of donors totaled brought to $12.9 million the total be- a exp whs 6 maily wah`?
Q 37,089, which included 20,488 alumni quests to UK to benefit future genera- to 'nake a glfl re UK lneludlng
donors. tions. gfts 0f cash/check, personal
. The UK Fellows Socictyl the The UK Phonathon has gone high property and real estate, or
l University’s leading donor—recognition tech Without l0Sing the personal touch i .
l soci