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years old and still as faithful as ever to the Big Blue. My wife, Shelby, and our three V
daughters, Elizabeth, Ann and Hollie are also UK alumnae. Elizabeth's husband, Mark  
and my sister, judy, along with her husband, David, are all UK alumni. My other sister, Q
Ann, is married to Henry Pepper, also a UK alumnus. I have a number of nephews,  
Tommy Adams, Charles Adams, Harris Pepper, Dr. john Buchanan and David  
Buchanan that are alumni. Other members of my family, Stephanie Pepper, Chad and
Evelyn Duncan, DeeDee Buchanan, Sale Buchanan, Amy Buchanan and Henrietta
Profancik are also alumni. We are all members of the UK Alumni Association! `
We have been active in the UK Alumni Association for years and love it! I’d like to invite i
you to make being a part of your alma mater a tradition! join the UK Alumni Association ;
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mom", Dlmmk i    ..l  v srstant editor Linda Perry suggested doing a story about "named"
Jehu ·'l<»~1:/unt! '89       buildings on campus, I had to like the idea. MO1‘e than 100 hOl1I‘S of T6-
””°"”””’V°"°” search later, we learned a lot more than Linda was able to include in the ma azine.
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mm could be damaged rn a frre or other natural disaster. Computers crash. Dates be-  
"‘”<""· °*’”"“ come lost or confused as people write about events years later and end up recon-  
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""”°/” °”'['” 98 named for university presidents and faculty. Now buildings are likely to be named     t [ I
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  K K_ UN44,EKS,TY OF KENTUCKY when compared t0 our benchmarks.
_K~A .   Tu1t1on: One Part of the Whole
. ""‘"v·a A It is always a challenge to manage budgets in difficult economic times. Embedded in budget deci-
  sions are the dreams of the university to achieve its goal of top-20 status and of the students to se-
_ K an __r_   cure a culturally rich and successful life. Since the 2001-02 budget, UK’s state appropriations have
U   ‘ been reduced by $31.5 million by the Kentucky General Assembly, leaving the university far behind
in its funding needs 4
One effect of this shortfall is the necessity to increase tuition, room and board fees beginning with 4
the fall 2003-04 academic year. The tuition increase will enable the university to be more successful,  
more financially stable and provide money for need-based scholarships. It will raise about $14.5 rnil- 4
K K KKK ,,,, KK K ,_,, KK KK KK KKKKKKKKKKKKK____K_KKKKKKK_____KKKKKKKKK__K__KKKKKKKK________KKKKKK _ lion in additional revenue. The re- Q
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Combined Annual Total Tuition Total Tuition Amount Total Percent gala E S at 3* hi Cdmanage lt Ei
Tuition and Fees: and Fees and Fees Increase Increase   roug Saflmgs ac   as   rcsu
2002.03 2003.04 2003-04 2003.04   of academlc and &dm1mSt1`at1V€ [COI'-
i ganizatron, overhead cost recovery,
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ideinneien cc. Resident $2,246.50 $2,440.50 $194.00 8.64%   We have aiaaady iiiada.aaiaa cutam
N6nAResiden1 $6.502.50 $7.514.50 $1.212.00 4 19.23% i Pwgiiaimmingi ff0Z€¤ Wing and lim·
Graduate Resident $4,346.50 $4,974.50 $628.00 14.45% 1I€Cl Ol.1't—Of-Staté travel, 11Tlpl€1’I1€I‘lt€Cl
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CS1 CHI , . , . . . . 0 E ` `
N6nAResideni $11.888.50 $14.786.50 $2.898.00 _ 24.38% i mlaaauris aa caagpusigad $311 iiiidy
Law Resident $7.074.50 $8.770.50 $1.696.00 23.97% c aa B a mlm aa O PCSI 1°nS· ‘E
Nen-Resident $16,574.50 $18,270.50 $1,696.00 10.23% 4 PIM t9 f€¤U0¢3t¢ as m¤¢h as $10 mila
iannnnb. Resident $6,208.50 $7,688.50 $1,480.00 23.84%   lion intemally. We continue to look at
NO|'l-R€Sl(l€l’lI       24.56% f €V€I·y Operation and WOI-k tO bccon-lc
Medieine Resident $11,435.00 $14,212.00 $2,777.00 24.29% A A A A e
N6nAResideni $26,149.00 $52,604.00 $6,455.00 24.69% 4 mma afaclaat Wah Our aXP°“dm"€S‘  
oeniisny Resident $10,079.00 $12,515.00 $2,436.00 24.17%   _ We W1i1dira¢i$3·6 million Of the g
Non-Resident $23.373.00 $29,151.00 $5,758.00 24.64%   mcreased revenue to exrstmg scholar- g
Prof. Doctoral Resident $5,804.50 $6,652.50 $848.00 14.61% ? ghjp prggrayng and designate another TE
Non—Resident $15,812.50 $17,362.50 $1,550.00 9.80% K $1 minion to new n€€d_baS€d finaH_ E
Raam ddd iaaaid iaiad Wiii iiiaiaaaa araviaidmaiaiv 6.¤araa¤tiii.2003r9d.. ...,   cial did. We welcome all gifts or new, §
and donations to existing, scholar-
ships.
Students at the university expect and deserve to be taught by the very best.They need quality
classrooms, dorms and labs that promote an academic environment that inspires We — administra-
tors, faculty, staff and alumni — are in this together with the students We are focused on our vision
of teaching, research, and service to the Commonwealth as we charge toward the top 20. This tuition
change is one step in keeping our eyes on the prize.
President Lee T. Todd Jr.     i``i A.
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i Win International Grants siavaa L. nach, associate   Students to
  Lisa Cliggett, a UK assistant professor of provost for acadcnilc pm- yi, Q? . Stay Put
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Iainttiroppsogy, recgive da iwo—yeart$i2 0,00g t tional programs at the   UK has Cancelled ali
3 uma meme Gun a Km gran O COD uc University of Iowa, is the _ "’   programs and travel to
new dean of the UK Col-   China and other Asian
‘     I   lege of Arts and Sciences. ‘ countries due to a
i Y   , 'ta' g. i_   He replaces Howard devastating respiratory
i _ _ 5* . *"  a·   lf J :;   Grotch, who will return to teaching and illness, severe acute
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~   ¤   {3; - a   »     multi-year review of all college deans SARS. In addition, UK
C a {_ ' J. V           ’      V there and overseeing the institutional ac- has asked international
Q LQ  " i ‘  . . -   if        creditation process. As dean of interna- students to postpone
E   V i _         I i tional programs, he monitored many visits home.The decision
i   . · ° " “ it  l A   . ` i research centers and programs including was made after UK
E 'Y T   A   __ \ ~   i3`   . -· the African Studies Program, Caribbean! Provost Mike Nietzel
·§‘   T"} r / .  A``` if I `   It  Atlantic/Diaspora Studies, Center for consulted With James
'T l`¤  ·— e l F A ‘ Asian and Pacific Studies, and the Center Holsinger, Chancellor of
1 d h h . Z b. C t i for Human Rights. He has written two the Chandler Medical
[film cmg? C Sfilgf Siscaic ull gm; m’ t cp I`? books and many articles related to Rus- Center in late April.
at riiaaiillrailiiaiitirlil.§a‘Eiii22§§.f“   h“‘°tya“d  Oecono mondi-
i ning in January 2004. The park land is inhabited mms`
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their previous farmland because of land use Art stI.IdEI'ItS   g
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C rr anthropology, received a College of Fine Arts i    , i_   1
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Q . 35, study irrigation systems in festivities related to "A ‘   .3.;;;. V . '  
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5. ” . carried out in Valencia, a recognition event for lg
Murcia and Alicante for one employees of L—3 if
ggaiibegigpiingélg Ig? EIC 31%) lis thcéiuigcg Of 3 gOmn?m1Cag0HS’JOlnt Leftto right, UK professor Arturo Sandoval; students
O pu ls c Y fm Oh mvcrsl Y S pcm Kms mug Amanda Schambon, Danielle l—lai|es, and Gretchen Vives;
about the history of irrigation systems in Peru, from the Blue Grass and Dave Merriam. Vice president Di L_3 Communications,
titled "The Struggle for Water in Peru: Comedy Army Depot in Avon. Jgint gpgpamns Gr-OUp_
and Tragedy in the Andean Commons. ” Guests voted on the
art entries and three students were presented awards.
Gretchen Vives received first lace for "Reflections," Amanda Schambon
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took second place with "Image No. l," and third place went to Danielle
Hailes. All pieces were digital art works.
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Compiled from UK Web sites, UK Public Relations news
reports, and Kentucky/l/umn! magazine staff reporting.
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Pieeeeei ebeui the Rural Six Enter Kentucky Journalism P€¤t¤s¤¤ ¢<>¤<¢Sp¤¤d<·>¤t for the Scripps
Medieiiie Yeiikiiig — to · Howard News Service covering the
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lump i5 Speis iii iwe Watergate scandal that led to President Rich-
years is remarkable." Six journalists gained entry into the Kentucky ard Nixon’s resignation.
Each year, U.S. News Journalism Hall of Fame this year. The Edwards also presented the Annual Joe
ranks graduate programs awards program is sponsored by the Journal- Creason Lecture, named for the former Cou-
in the areas of business, ism and Telecommunications Alumni Asso- rier-Journal columnist and past president of
education, engineering. ciation and honors individuals with Kentucky the UK Alumni Association,
law and medicine. The ties who are outstanding in their field.
rankings are based on ex- The inductees are Louise Hatmaker, -
pert opinion about pro- former editor, publisher and owner of the   Hosts   Meeting
gram quality and Jackson Times and Beattyville Enterprise; Bob lt was an histone event when the Lexington-
statistical indicators that Edwards, host of NPR’s "Mornin Edition, ” Fa ette Urban Count Council held one of its
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measure the quality of a the morning newscast and entertainment pro- weekly meetings in the Center Theatre in
school s faculty. research gram that reaches an estimated 13 million IIS- UK’S Student Center in April it was the first
illld S1ULiClllS. Graduate t€Il€I`S t3ElCh week; ROb€I`lC   MCGfUd€Y, time any council meeting was Cgridueted at
pfOgf2lmS ln pUi`>ilC Elf- €X€CL1tlV€ editor ofthe D€l`I'0if FVEE Press Bt the university l\/layer Teresa Ann lgaac led
tairs. the sciences. the so- the time of his death and the first African- the regularly scheduled session, open to the
Clzll SCICHCCS. and American president ofthe Associated Press public_ lterns discussed included issues related
humanities were not Managing Editors; the late Ed Ryan, chief of to the Kentueky-Ai-neriean Water Company
ranked this year. the iouisville Courier-Journals bureaus in and presentations by UK and the Town &
Was ington, D.C., and Frankfort; Ed Staats, a Gown Comnnssion
re orter, editor and administrator in 10 Asso-
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United States, retiring last year after 18 years '
as chief of AP`s Kentucky operations; Carl l
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Dressed for Success
Sarah Appler, a graduating senior with a major in Finance, put on her cap and
gown in April to pose for photos to include with her graduation invitations Appler,
from Elgin, Ill., was one of a record 7,478 students eligible to receive degrees
during UK’s 136th Commencement on May 10 in Memorial Coliseum. This year’s
ceremony featured speaker Mary Sue Coleman, a former member of UK’s faculty
in the Department of Biochemistiy who is the 13th president of the University of
Michigan.
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Fglluwships image processing, particularly as it pleting a book—length_manuscnpt
relates to image mpamting, where titled “Hell Without Fires: Slave
Awarded annually by the ViC€ Pr€si— the goal is to fill in the missing gap Religion andthe Antebellum Spiri-
dent for Research, Summer Faculty Re- of old or damaged paintings and tual Narrative "
search Fellowships are available for photos • Sharon Scales Rostosky, Coun-
tenure—track assistant profess