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Center for Rural Health Vice Chargcellor Byars
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The National Rural Health Association named the UK and Cam S Se be y
, Center for Rural Health the nation’s Outstanding Rural Health pu W1
Program. Based rn Hazard, the center arms to improve the I Laurem Byars, Vice Chzmceum Of minority affairs,
health of rural Kentuckians and strengthen rural communities. received the Lyons Award for Outstanding Service in
Elie center also has satellite programs in Central and Western 2000 The award, given for Service [O the Campus and
€¤¤1*° i prize in its national Publications Design r, . Z .
;   / . . Dr. Byars rs strongly committed to broad academic
z LW,. { ( Competition for 2000. The museum re- . . . . . . .
lEE;;’ _.,,' _ . . leadership rn higher education, student leanirng inside
{T3   Ceweq the award In the Supplemelimry and outside the classroom, institutional and personal
lll Matcrlals Categm-Y fm HTS bmchure MCM- values, including the areas of cultural, racial, eth-
.·»r<€ M-.- em Fzcmm 6mdAm Prim`? by COm€mpO_ ’ nic and gender diversity and mutual respect
i ·· mryAut/y0rs." The 12—page brochure / . 'H fm 1 . . f
.   / in a ways o e at tie University o Ken-
i   Included essays by Kun Vmmegut mld "   tucky and in the community " wrote Lexing-
Ralph Steadman. There were approxi- ij . I . ’ . .
_ . .   s ton Campus Chancellor Elisabeth Zrnser rn
mately 1,200 entries rn the com-       her HO · mm Of B ars
petition. The “Modern Fiction, ” §,,,;,{g¥       T Y `
and Art”ex—hibition was featured at the museum i =,_3Q§gFg`    
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4/ ’? , ( _ ·~~  ' C .,.  , »       l ‘ I "A horse of a different color"
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i »· _ · ry   _ V r         §`   _ »   through November 15. The LeXi¤gtOH Arts &
°¤ Z.    · ,_ ,·"?   Q.        j _.   Cultural Council organized a public art exhibit
I, ,.4     Li   :,Q Q ·‘   _j (  f sponsored by local businesses and individuals. The
Il ’ _ * if    ( . il Y ii _  V  7 exhibit consists of 79 painted and decorated
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`  xs    ‘ -   p __.   ‘ city, Several UK art professors and alums are
iss 7 ‘ "  `   » ,  5   participating in the exhibition. The horses will be
      ·\     `·      auctioned at the end of the exhibit.
    i’ I · - .   A { ,2 You can check out "Katfandu" by Nancy
  r .:2   Iai     Nardiello at Commonwealth Stadium. Better ’et,
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    ('    ‘_,-     (   walk through downtown where most of the horses
      [ , are located before or after a game, or visit the
i_  ‘     » = Horse Mania web site via the Alumni Association
‘i_, .  `: f I web page at www.t1letferUK .
of Tennessee and Mannheim University in Mannheim, PY€S1d€HU3l earch COmm1tt€€
  is The·University of Kentucky Presidential Search
Cl TMC of 169 billion Committee held town meetings across Kentucky to
  { T lj . _ _ _ I solicit opinions on the personal and professional
    r- Q V j qualities a new UK president should have. The com-
mmgmscli ki. il  CX ’   1     mrttee will consider suggestions made during 1tS na-
Clustcf, [hm includes 12  {V; A _ = . . at Qjr r tronwrde search for a successor to President Charles
HP Nnmoo sewers   e·eVe ‘ g j   T. Wethington jr., who retires july 1, 2001.
Connected bv 2, high   g·r’ j . e         _ · Among those attending the Somerset town meet-
Spccd m[“_(;I_k OH.cI_S Jr LW       -     ing, above left to right, are Sue Strvers, Adair County;
gpcctlmllw im_%C'w€§ in r ·‘ 3;;;       _     Debbie A. Fudge, Adair County; Mike Radford, UK
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A Family Studies to Launch Law Honors Four Alumni
in S rin 2001
p g The College of Law Hall of Fame inducted three new
, The College of Human Environmental Studies now has ihsmhsfs ih JUh€· Th€ lah? Appalachiah authcr and
a doctoral program in Family Studies. The only one offered hismhah HaI`i"Y Cahdill ,48 I-AW, K€hYU€kY Chchh lUdg€
in Kentucky’s public higher education system, the program lamss Chshahh ,49 LAW, ahd Sisphsh B· Bright °7] AS,
will focus on research and public policy issues related to ,74 LAW, DiT€€[Oi` Of {hs S0U¥h€Y¤ C€¤Y€Y f0Y HUIUHH
families. Classes will begin in spring 2001. Rights, W€Y€ h€s[OW€d [hs hOhO1`s- ,
"The Ph.D. in family studies will allow us to prepare William E- Davis ,72 LAW Y€C€‘h’€d [hs H€hi'>’ R· ,
A professionals who will work with family policy at the H€Yhhm Award fOr his Wmk ih h€lPi¤g fOI`€igh hahOhs l
  ggvgynmgylt lgvgl, pygvjdg leadership in falnlly Sgyvicg establish new judicial systems. Davis has helped Colum-
§ agencies, and teach in university settings," said Dean Retia hia, Chils, Guammala, Nmafagua, Pahaiha, COSYZ Ri€a,
l 5COq Walken Argentina, Uruguay, Ecuador, Peru, Honduras, Pakistan
  and Palestine. He is employed by DPK Consulting in San
_ _ _ _ Francisco.
UK U of L, and Regional Universities
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to Offer Joint Engineering Degrees P€1‘10d103l N 311168 UK Edu0§1UOH
The University of Kentucky and the University of Louis- PI`OgY9.H'I ZUTIOHQ the N€ltlOH S Best
ville will confer joint engineering degrees to students wish- V _
ing to attend classes at their local universities around the 7 UK S a€¤¤s¤t¤tv ?d`j1C3UOn sladuats pmglflm lzmkcd A
- state. The Council on Postsecondary Education approved ind ammlg the _mmOn S 187 gladume €duC;mOn_
the plan to allow Kentucky’s six regional universities to pmgmms gccmdmg tO Us News G WO] M RQPO'7 A Yew
partner with UK and U of L to offer the degrees. Students 2001 Y?nkmgS· _ _ _ , _
will attend all engineering classes locally, and enrollment _ UKS pmgmnl W3? ucd wld} Several un“A€”m€*r
muld begin as early as this Spring. including the University of California — Berkeley, the
University of Arizona, and the University of Kansas.
Program rankings were based on three factors; reputa-
tions of faculty members, national interest in the Ken-
tucky Education Reform Act, and faculty collaboration
with colleagues in public schools.
Rite of Passage: UK Faculty Tour the Commonwealth
Each year the Chancellor’s Office sponsors the UK Tour office coordinated this year’s tour.
of the Commonwealth, an intensive five-day experience The UK Tour of the Commonwealth visited the jenkins-
that enables selected UK faculty to learn first-hand about Pound Gap Road Cut in May. The Kentucky Society of
Kentucky’s people, history, geology, government, services, Professional Geologists has designated this site a Distin-
education, economic development and rich cultural guished Site. An environmental scientist for the Kentucky
diversity. The bus tour covers more than 1,000 miles across Transportation Cabinet pointed out some of the significant
the state and each stop brings faculty in contact with alums features of the cut. The tour of the site concluded with a
and Kentuckians eager to share their pride in their commu- group photograph where the future visitors` center will be
nities. The Chancellor’s Office and the University Extension built.
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