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*`/~~ Mir Y three new dorms in fall 2005 located near the Complex and near Jewell Hall. And that reminds me of (
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g§gU2[i'$Iggg*5$T¤FF I lived in Jewell Hall on Euclid Avenue. It`s a grand old dorm, named for the wife of UK’s third ,
anu-2E9·ntur.1 president, Frank L. McVey. Three of us lived in a 10’ x 12’ room! About the only thing we had in com-
""*""·"f""""""`-"*" mon at first was that we were all from out—of-state. After the first day of registering for classes, paying
  fees and buying books. we realized that we had a new friend. Each of us met Mike IH one of the long,
i   _ W long lines that snaked around the Memorial Coliseum floor or at the bookstore. Today, Mike IS retired
lifiiiijkm III/`Mmk from the U.S. Air Force and lives in Maryland. (His daughter is a UK alum, too.) My roommate Jeanne
’ ’: "*"""""" 9* "" met her husband at UK a few years later and they returned to Georgia. My other roommate Stephanie
w.·rwx1.\n /4/»n~A· left UK before raduatin to marr a oun doctor she had met and last I knew she was livin 1n Kan-
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yy _ V _ and takes on all challengers to that vision celebrates rn the success of its students and alumni.
limi;}i,iQi,i,iii’;Ji("` Dale E. Baldwin is a former UK cheerleader and 1990 graduate of UK. He is
_,_W/_m_ ,1,,,,,, W, also a quadriplegic as a result of a cheerleading accident in November 1986. A na-
'¤1t·/·~~£/.~t·»'» wrrvri 6: ,   tive of Leitchfield, Baldwin is now co-owner of MPM Financial Group in Lexing-
.t»»or.;..m;n;i·;,(.vo;.· E   ton. and he and his wife live in Simpsonville. Despite the changes for safety’s sake
“ 1***** "*Y"’¤"’e‘ ‘4‘**   i   if made after Baldw1n`s acc1dent,I still hold my breath when I watch how cheerlead- g ,
s'IjI/`I·' -¢}~— ers throw their bodies around in striving to go higher and som- 2  
{€QQZj[‘iff.,?7,€[j,,.,. ~,,_, `   ersault more times in the air. I admire the example of success  
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xihtr t ( nr;. John T. Smith. who received his doctor of philosophy de-   g  
jj,;*I;j;L’,,j’g·;;,§M grae in education from UK in 1961, is also an honoree in the ; I S s 
/i¤{·li!ii¤··Iiiiti/»i·~= _ _ . VK iilunim ?IiSO(;1aUOn~H2wg D§tln§Il‘i?1»£]§d}-lélliamnzi He was .‘ . i  
[tt;g;tl·»;:A1;'r;t;¤ti/tI ¢»-!.r.r Dam   Ba|dWm A grit Lliite O €XlI'1g[Ol1 S O .L1I'l tif lg C OOA BU HH -·  
,,.,m,.·. tt·».,,,, I I alumnus of Kentucky State Un1vers1ty.H1s career included · ` I I ’·..·`» · r` 
serving as the first chief administrator of a Kentucky community college (Jefferson  li  
tatm .v.,.; Community College) and the first Al`rican American to serve as a vice president in a A li  I I
  UK FlClmi¤iSiTZlIiOl1. He WHS vice president for minority affairs.The title changed to John T S ith
<1#{x_t‘/<**`I¤‘;*¤‘ ¢{*·· ’ ··~~‘~·~ vice chancellor tn 1982 and he served in that position until he retired in 1984. Smith '
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 A _ 5 ’ _  .  Faculty Appreciation
    The University of Kentucky Alumni Association has long appreciated the value of the UK
__m A   faculty. This year marks the 44th time that the association has presented its Great Teacher
t"-~     I Award.This award is the university’s oldest, continuous recognition of faculty excellence in
the classroom and it brings together alumni and students in the nomination and selection
process of the honorees. I can’t think of a better combination than that!
I can tell you from firsthand experience that this is a cherished honor. Having received
the award myself in 1982, it is made even more special by the fact that the association never
forgets those who received the award after the honorarium clears the bank and the plaque
is engraved. Previous recipients are invited every year to the event that recognizes the new
honorees.
As president now, this event is an even more joyful experience as I relish the success rep-
resented by the honored faculty, to hear what our students have to say about the education
and mentoring that is taking place in their classrooms at UK, and to hear the professors
themselves talk about the quality of their students and the quality of their professorial ex-
perience at UK.
This year’s event was bigger and better than ever with the dinner at Spindletop Hall. Let
me applaud UK alumni for this dedication to the teaching mission of the university, and for
the other support you lend to student recruitment, scholarships and the Big Blue spirit
worldwide.
President Lee T. Todd Jr.
The 2005 Great Teacher Award recipients arc:
* Suketu P. Bhavsar, Ans and Sciences
* Ellen Furlough, Arts and Sciences
* Eugene R. Gaetke, Law
* Richard Labunski, Communications and lnfonnation Studies
* Thomas A. McConnell, Dentistiy
* Bruce A. Swctnam, Design
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3** cnrnes One nr the largest ents "This project is important because so much of our
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H; Keller- fcrmcrly cl Valley Coldstream Research Campus gained another tenant as
_   _ _ _ Vlew Folllb Dellvllle Keller Lexington—based Immpheron Inc. expands and creates
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Amellellll Sllooleoleo hcrsce Nicholasville Road to the Kentucky Technology Center.
I The biotech startup, co-founded by Heniz Kohler in mi-
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The UK Center for Aluminum Technology recently celebrated five years of information about obtaining the on-
association with one of Kentucky’s leading industries. The center, a partner- line tool.
ship between the UK College of Engineering and the aluminum industry,
the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development and the U.S. Depart-  
ment of Energy, was established in 1999, with headquarters on UK’s K
Coldstream Research Campus.
The multidisciplinary research center trains undergraduate, graduate and
postgraduate students to provide leadership in aluminum technology;
develops programs in aluminum technology for non—degree students in
conjunction with community colleges and technical schools; and provides I
research on the fabrication and use of aluminum.
Aluminum processing is a leading industry in Kentucky. There are 142
plants or other aluminu1n—related facilities in the state; industry shipments i
of over $4 billion per year; the industry employs 17,500 people in Kentucky,
with average earnings of $44,876 per year; and Kentucky tax revenue from
the industry totals $47 million per year.
Compiled from UK Web sites, UK Public
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` Dr. J. Timothy Bricker has been   A   Lori Stewart Gonzalez, associate dean j
I named chair of the Department of   ·   T_.eeee for academic affairs and professor of  
Pediatrics. as well as the Children’s ‘ ‘ communication disorders, is the new    
Miracle Network Research Chair in t ` —. dean of the UK College of Health Sci-    ill?
Pediatrics. Bricker also oversees UK ’   ences.     `
Children`s Hospital. . A   .. She joined the faculty of UK in A
Bricker was vice chairman for   Yi 1991 as assistant professor of commu- »
strategy and development in the ° .   ¤\ nication disorders in the College of
department of pediatrics and profes- Health Sciences Department of Clini-
sor of pediatrics and critical care medicine at Baylor cal Sciences, was named associate pro-
College of Medicine in Houston,Texas. He is on numer- fessor in 1997, and appointed in 2000 the associate dean
ous top physician lists, including Good Housekeeping for academic affairs and served as associate professor in
fl/[(lg(lZffIICi$' "Best Heart Doctors in the Division of Communication Disorders. She was
America." named full professor in 2004.
Dr. C. William Balke is the new     Gonzalez succeeds Thomas C. Robinson who
UK College of Medicines senior   stepped down after 20 years of leadership to return as a
associate dean for clinical research. In ,A ‘~· _   faculty member in the colleges Clinical Leadership and
this newly created position. Balke `Q     Management Program.
leads clinical research efforts by i L_ Dr. Stephen W Wyatt, former in-
collaborating with deans and research   A terim associate dean for research at rx 1
deans in all six colleges of the UK   the UK College of Public Health — t ¤
Chandler Medical Center. Balke " and associate director for Cancer .   .
comes to UK from the University of _` Control, UK Markey Cancer Cen-   i
Maryland Medical System where he ter, has been named dean of the
was a