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S-STEM Program nkzakh0 Wed, 01/12/2022 - 08:57 am

 

Welcome to S-STEM! The S-STEM program provides four years of scholarship support for up to 15 qualifying incoming Biology or Neuroscience majors per year.  The average scholarship amount is $5000/year, depending on financial need.

 

S-STEM scholars will also receive four years of specialized opportunities and support, including:

3 Biology Majors Awarded 2021-22 Goldwater Scholarship rlle237 Mon, 04/19/2021 - 11:09 am
An Interview With Dr. Vincent Cassone, Professor and Chair of the Biology Department jgkl222 Tue, 05/12/2020 - 12:27 pm
STEMCATs Program Bears Fruit

This Living Learning Program gives freshmen a mentored head start on the way to majoring in the sciences and mathematics

By Richard LeComte

Started in 2015, the STEMCats Living Learning Program has helped students majoring within the many and varied areas of the sciences or mathematics find their way to success at UK. And STEMCats peer mentors are a big part of that effort. 

rlle237 Wed, 03/25/2020 - 03:19 pm
A&S Senior Angela Jones Wins Astronaut Scholarship

By Whitney Hale

Angela Jones and her fellow Astronaut Scholars were recognized at ASF's Innovators Gala Aug. 24, in Washington, D.C. Photo by Emily Jourdan, courtesy of ASF.

jstayl1 Tue, 11/26/2019 - 04:14 pm
Biology Major Places 1st in 5-Minute Fast Track Research Competition

Congratulations to the Top 10 Student Finalists and the Top 3 Overall Winners of the 2nd annual 5-Minute Fast Track Research Competition!

jstayl1 Tue, 11/05/2019 - 11:35 am

A&S Neuroscience Professor Shapes the Minds of Tomorrow With Hands-on Lab Experience

By Madison Dyment

One of the most rewarding aspects of higher education is the chance to train the next generation of leaders and workers. Every so often, students are lucky enough to find opportunities that go above and beyond to give them practical experience in preparing them for their future. Mark Prendergast’s BIO 199 class is one of those opportunities.

Congratulations to this Year's Regional Undergraduate Poster Competition Winners

The Department of Chemistry would like to congratulate the following winners from this year’s Regional Undergraduate Poster Competition.

 

First Place : Allison Lane – University of Kentucky, Butterfield Group

Second Place: Julie Simon  – Indiana University

Honorable Mentions:

·         Christian Powell – University of Kentucky, DeRouchey Group

·         Taylor Secrest  – Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

·         Jonathan Nelson – University of Kentucky, Graham Group

 

 

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