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The Choice of Generations
The people who are featured in this 248 public affairs graduate programs in
issue of the Kentucky Aluinnus highlight public and private institutions.
   ~ ·  -. the diversity, success and value of a higher In addition:
   r education from the University of Kentucky UK is ranked 32nd among all public
  It is a joy to read of the interesting success- research universities in the U.S.
C  » 5 es they are making of their lives. UK is 46th nationally among the top 100
    Of particular interest is the family of public institutions in research expenditures.
f ._ U   Robert Barnett ]r. This outstanding UK ranks 36th out of 131 ranked univer-
  s ·» ‘ _ _ _  ]efferson County alumnus is the lather of a sities in licensing income and patents,
li Q,   A  dozen students who have all attended the according to the Association of University
  University. When his youngest completes Technology Managers. .
  l t lt his education in a few years, all 12 of his One-third of the 1997 entering class *
Q   {     children will have graduated from UK. ranked in the top 10% of their high school  
if This succession of generations of fami- graduating class. 1
. lies attending UK is perhaps the best testi- I pledge to you, as fellow UK alumni,  
monial of the excellent educational product that we will continue to strive for excellence
that we have to offer at the University of in all we do. As we reach new plateaus,
Kentucl\y—that future of&pring of gradu- we’ll keep you inforinedmwith pridel
» · ates show a continuing interest in coming As always, thanks for all you are doing to
gz { here to learn and grow and enjoy their edu- make the University of the Kentucky the
  cational experience. best it can be.
As we strive to increzwe the quality of
teaching, research and public service at UK,
we need to recognize the excellence that is
already here. \Ve know that we have the _
number one library facility in the \Villiam T.
Young Library. and we have the number
one mens basketball team in the country.
Here are other ways in which the
University of Kentucky excels:
Listed arrrong the 100 Best Buys in U.S.
Colleges mul Universities.
U.S. News ly Uiyrltl Report magazine
ranks UK in the top 50 schools for quality
and value. 4
US. News it llbrlrl Report ranks:
—UK College of Pharmacy third in the l
. nation. l
—UK College of Medicine. tied for 20th _
with three other schools among best prima- E
ry care medical colleges. l
—UK Martin School of Public Policy
and .-\dministrati0n was ranked 36th among I
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COVER: This quiif is 1998-99 OFFICERS ’
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lenge to the Associatiorfs staff and board     i_ I 
ofldirectors."        
In addressing the hoard for the first      
time at the Snmrner \\'orl£i7    I   ‘ ’£ ‘ ~
past accorrrplrslnnents and rn doing so,   V__4  Tgr  
atterrrpt to irrrprove tl1e quality of all pro-       ‘ ‘  ' 
grams and services ofIf`ered bv tl1e   .l’—·V ;   l  I
Associatiorr. \\’itl1 tlrrs guiding principle, I z; ‘  · ’ I 
see trernendorrs growth i11 menrbership.  ‘  
alumni involvernent and prograrns for the I ‘ -
UK .=\lumni Association."
I. . I . I . A/umni Director Stan Ke and wife Mci one
\rer· presrderrt for University Relations y ry]
ose rh 'I`. Burch uoints out lll‘lt Kev is well _ _ _ ._ _ _ I
    -. , l ~ _ { ; . vacancies, replacmg hunsell 111 the associ- AP/UPI polls. Key was C()-Cklptillll of leg-
rlnalrlred to talve over for Bob \\lutalt·r·g ‘     Hers are Appalashop Inc., The UK 1
Rural Challenge which errconrages v' S    Slll  ___S   Appalachian Center, the Appalachian
using rural Appalachian traditions      "*‘   x ‘ ~_ Rural Systemic initiative, the Eastern
and loeal resources to create strong i S S  °’ S   Sr._ Q;  ”   Kentucky Teacherls Network,
centersollconmurnity while prepar- ·   -- ·-     l*l?ll‘fl··l Hindman Settlement School, the
illti SU1lS- °lohnson Central High School in Paintsxille FOY m0Y€ l¤l0mlP1tl0H about the 11€lW0Fl<,  
(l"‘l'l"“ll}S lllfl Alllmluflllull '“ll“l"'ll( °°'l$lSlS ended a connrrnrricatiorr problem between par- Slleclllc S¤h¤¤l Pmgmms OY how to get i¤v¤lv€d  
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replicate thenr into transportable models to be ¤`9'11'1“1“lf}l “`l‘ll€` lmlllllllg Pllfle in th€i¤‘1>l¤¢*B1¢m1<*Ch>*¤¤~=* Its total output to the state’s economywas 8167.7   .l._ L?  cation and Re_
UK S°°1°l°@’PY°l€S$°‘"*‘“d dll-Gclol Ol the UK million. Output refers to all the goods turd ser-   fill Sewell Tmlrllrl
Center for Prevention Research. The grant . _ _ ,   ‘ _‘ g
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· given two vears ago was among the largest ever _ . _ _ ._ _ _ _ ’ _ *
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awarded to a rnernber of the UK faculty. It Wl su f _ . _ .1 _ 1 " " ‘_ _
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ll FALL 1998 Kl*ZN'l`U(JKY ALUMNUS 7

            
The Sports Experience crt UK l
By Aqron Scmderford ’99 Within a few short months, the time had
, _ _ _ _ _ come to take the Big Blue plunge. I swallowed   _.
Ihere is a blue trnge to the zur you breathe. my lide and swore to tell H0 Omg Ofmv dee _ _ 4 .  
The cloud is only visible after years in Seéfid lmtmd for UK S mts · I P  . ‘ ‘
Lexington. Dorr’t worry. It is infectious, not I Hgumd desigmtjnlg m{,S€H~ as A Cmujim Z  _-     
(lOOgOmOO' _ . fan would be like putting a bulls eye on my face     IO  
It causes lrrrracy rn the fall and rnadrress long that Said ..5 it Here .» ‘   — ~ » "“·~'  
past March. It is the source ofelation and exas- Befoge Cass WOT}; WIS _1 Week Old I Sh I   V ;a—~c;/
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peratron. It is the root of what brought you Sittin in my H4 . Hm d _ _ I _   [ .
here even those ofvou who rrri ht claim ac·r I- g O Oggm ( mm lOOm’ com   ` ‘
_ ` _ _ · g ‘ O fessed my drsdeun for the Cats to my roorrrmate 1
enrrc nrotrvatrons. ‘
Welcorrre to a place where st