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cathlon competition at the National Mall in Washington, DC, this {all, The University of- Kentucltys S•KY BLUE House ms one of-
20 designed and constructed by schools from across North America and Europe, This prestigious competition demonstrates homes
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the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, The Astronaut Scholarship is the largest monetary award given in the United States to science
and engineering undergraduate students based solely on merit, Nicaise will graduate in May 2010 with a degree in electrical engineer-
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ties ol- Wisconsin, Maryland, Michigan, Illinois, and Florida, The organization also reported that UK climbedf-rom 39th to 7th among
all public and private universities For developing new technology-based businesses,
In 2009, our alma mater continued its proud tradition of- excellence in education, research, and service, Andl cannot wait to see what
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H1 N1 Prompts Hospltal Vlsltatlon Changes
UK tlealtlacate laas temporarily amended its visitation ppl. . Outpatient clinics vvill only allow one additional person
icy to help protect its patients and health care workers during (age 18 and up) to attend clinic appointments with the
this influenza season, vvlaiala typically extends through tlae patient (or both pateiats eta iaitiet elailtlli
Wi¤rer— U¤der rhe ¤r¤e¤ded t>¤1iry= The policy applies tp all UK HealthCare clinic and hospital
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ari? be euewed ae Keir deer ea**a1d·2 _ _ ( . UK HealthCare Good Samaritan Hospital.
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Social Work Welcomes New Dean Arturo Sandoval Takes
james P.“11re” Adams jr. started in july as the dean er the UK Best Of Show At 'Fiber Focusi
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bama as executive assistant to me provost and vice president for erm Aims Seniievei inrernerienehv reeegnued fiber
Academic Affairs, as yen as director ofEconomic and COmmU- mr end rhe Alumni Endewed Prefesser ¤¤"Ar= er rh? UK De-
m meyAecfede_ He dee Wee ed dee beeed gartment ersArr, has tmcen Best brssirew honors for his prece
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Dm-mg the ]94()Se Were you 3 member Of;}-,e UK Veterans lege Of`NurSing Alumni ASSOciatiOn Outsmnding Alumni Award.
Club? Members currently on campus are interested in getting in This ¤nnu¤1 ¤W¤rd is presenred ru individunis hsving en under-
mach Wreh yr,.,_ graduate or graduate degree from the College ofNursing Wire er.
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dues efehe deheh The Pmpeee efrhe eheb Wee ee Phemeee ehe demonstrate creative and innovative approaches in their practice
causes and protect tire interests of veterans attending UK. Today areas She is ¤n ¤ssismnr rese¤r¤h fsruiry rnernher in rhe $¤h¤¤i ef
60 years later, the organization stiu provides services and support Nursing eu rhe Universiry ¤r"Pennsyh¢¤ni¤·
to veterans bn campus. UK recendy opened a Veterans Resource
Center in the Punlchouser Building and there is a coordinator to
handle administrative matters concerning UK student veterans. ` _
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1947 Veterans Club Front Row (left to right): Ellis Arnold, Claud Nursing associate dean for research and scholarship.
Sprouls; Znd Row: Dell DeSpain, Betty Rhoads, Mary Aull, Eliza-
beth Vlhlliams, Jean Eubank; 3rd Row: Farnum Lewis, Ellis Foster,
Mmon Kafogahse immam Russeh Mary Keith Doskere He|en Degsse (ompiled from UK Web sites, UK Public Relations news repormand
Mary ri. Bryant; Badc Row: ip. cauririi, Mass barren, Joe Ballard, Keiiiiriviiirniii nnsuine hifi i<>i¤i·u
Charles Whaley, Ryburn Weak|ey,Jameson1ones.
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Kentucky, Montana Share $6 Million Grant
The National Science Foundation has awarded a $6 million contribute to developing ecological education courses and
water-quality grant to support an advanced “cyberinfrastruc- offer condensed versions ofthe data to public interest groups
ture” project that includes a combination ofhardware, soft- via the Web. A special effort will be made to enhance histori-
ware, networking, data storage, computational modeling and cally underserved and underrepresented students in science
human resources. and engineering, such as economically disadvantaged students
The data gathered at Kentucky Lake and Flathead Lake will from eastern Kentucky and students from Montana’s seven
offer guidance on trends in key climate factors such as temper- Native American tribal colleges.
ature, precipitation and snow dynamics; the impact ofhuman The collaborative project, led by Barbara Kucera, deputy di-
demography and land use; and the resilience ofKentucky and rector of the UK Center for Computational Sciences, and
Mdontana lakes and streams to environmental change, among Richard Hauer, profegolépflimnology aijthe Ulgverity of
o er questions. Montana, is compose o acu ty researc ers an stu ents at
The computer network system will help ecological re- UK, University ofLouisville, Murray State University Eastern
searchers in both states enhance graduate and undergraduate Kentucky University University ofMontana and Montana
education curricula and research experiences. The system will State University
Colleges Collaborate not get up immediately Ofthree-dozen videos, two-thirds I
O E _ R h showed an athlete s immediate forearm reaction to an impact ln-
fl qulné E$EarC volving the head, particularly in football and mixed martial arts.
_ _ _ Lifshitz describes the fencing response as forearm posturing that
lernee Mteleprh rhelphn $— enrl lllrnherh eh Knrpht eherr enrl resembles tlre een garde” position in competitive sword riglrtlng. lt
professor ofveterlnary science at the Gluck Center and director of also can appear to be 3 defensive boxing Pose
UK e Erlrrine lnirieriye» perr plthe Cpllepe plAprirrrlrrrre» enrl erlre elsservanen ertlre feneing response ran help coaches and
linre Ll“# ‘*”l“““‘ P"’f°”"‘ lll 'he d°P‘*“““°“‘ "f"’““P“‘°‘ SCP trainers make immediate and future return-to-play decisions,” Lif
ence, part ofthe UK College of Engineering, were awarded a Shi (1 Se Sv
grant tomling more than $1 million over three years. Y
The award from the National Science Foundation is in support , , I
ertlrelr work in developing rr,mptrter.lsasetl analytical methods te Potential H untmgton s
study gene expression in horses. This is viewed as an impormnt ~
  step mam remnng ne resesr n Wltitlr sl esei n ined ne Treatment Shews Premise
Pl'lm*ll'Y DNA base Sequence efthe h°l'$€ g€ll°m€— Groundbreaking research performed at the UK College of Med-
Other collaborators on this grant are Arne Bathke, associate {cme Shows eigmggam Promise ge 3 Potential new H-emmem {Ol-
prpfeeeer ef etttietiee Arny $tr¤rnherg» prefeeeer end ehtir ef I-Iuntington's disease, a degenerative neurological disease for
the deptrtrnent ef etttietiee end Jene Prine deptrtrnent ehtir which there is eurrendy no effective diseasermodifying treatment
ef eernprrter eeienee tt the Uniyereity ¤r"N¤rth Ctrelint tt The research was performed in the laboratory of Don M. Gash,
Chapel Hills alumni professor and chairman ortlre Department ofAnatomy
and Neurobiology working closely with Dr. Zhiming Zhang, UK
Researchers   associate professor ofanatomy and neurobiology Zhang has devel-
F t I _ R oped a strong program ln experimental neurosurgery focused on
a$ njury ESPOHSE site-speciflc delivery oftherapeutic drugs into the brain.
In this study his methodology was used to deliver a drug con-
A UK research team has identifled an immediate and robust Signing ope geneeilemmg RNA (Small interfering RNA, or
forearm response that occurs when moderate forces have been ap- siRNA) direedv to me Central nervous Svstem (CNS) in an eXPel_i_
plierl rp rhe heerl Whieh rrrey help epeehee enrl enllprrirle rerrrrn· mental model. This technology known as RNA interferenee or
rppley rlerrerpne The reeeerrhere lerl lylpnerlren lrfehrre en RNAi, vverles te decrease a tene protein produced by tire mntant
assistant professor in the UK Spinal Cord & Brain Injury Re- hummgtm gene which Causes Hummgeonas diseeeev
search Center, discuss the °“fencing response” as an almost instan- I
taneous physical reaction to a moderate-force brain injury in a .
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Phonathon: Answer The Call!
UK Phonathon student callers contact thousands of UK alumni who are upset when we miss them duringa calling session,” reports
each year to raise support for college programs, scholarships and Anne Vanderhorst, phonathon coordinator. Student callers are
other needs within the university Last year, over $1.2 million in prepared to answer questions about each ofthe colleges and often
pledges were made to the university through the phonathon. Since relay requests for information.
centralized calling began 16 years ago, the phonathon has raised “\We are a rich and diverse university — our alumni are doing
more than $13.6 million dollars. great things in their communities. The level of giving shows
Not only do these calls help raise funds, they give alumni a alumni satisfaction,” says Vanderhorst. So, when you are contacted
chance to ask questions, to pass along comments, and to maintain by a phonathon caller, remember that your support can make a
a personal relationship with the university “We have some folks difference to the future ofthe University of Kentucky
W, Save The Date!
SWW join us February 8, 2010, in Naples, President Lee T Toddjr., Provost Kumble Subbaswamy Professor
Fla., for another term of Winter Col- Emeritus of History George Herring, new Markey Cancer Center
  lege. Each year has brought a faculty of Director Dr. Mark Evers and Deputy Athletics Director Rob Mul-
¤ unique and exciting speakers and top- lens}/isit with fellow UK alumni, learn about what advances are
UNIVBWTY OY KENTUCKY ics, and 2010 will be no different. being made in research, medicine, the arts and more! Watch your
W””¤‘;,?§"*“¤* Scheduled to make presentations are: rderlter more information.
Fall Development Weekend And Fellows Society Dinner
The weekend of Sept. 25, many UK alumni and members ofthe
UK Fellows Society were involved in UK Development events.  
First was a luncheon meetin featurin a scholarshi resentation ` ` ' `
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versity report by UK President Lee T. Todd jr.   >_ dry? * '-    
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UK Art Museum and UK Arboretum. ln the evening, the annual ‘ ` · s; -._ .   r
Fellows Society Dinner and Dance was held in the Bluegrass Ball- · ° ·._ re '·}
room ofthe Lexington Center, which is always an elegant affair. . _ K ` ' I .·
Recognized were 244 new Fellows and 49 Fellows reaching ‘ I   I
new levels of giving. The jimmy Church Band offered the _ , ,. _ . V _ l
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BrookeTraylor and Young Fellow Joey Mattingly became engaged
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