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Campus event urges women into science careers

The girls were all part of the Girl Scouts organization, and were attending the 10th annual Girls in Engineering, Math and Science event at UK.

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Polar Plunge raises $11,000

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Polar Plunge raises $11,000

Despite the snow and freezing temperatures, participants in the Phi Sigma Kappa campus-wide Polar Plunge willingly immersed themselves in bitterly cold water to raise money for Special Olympics Kentucky on Thursday night.

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UK Healthcare announced the establishment of an Office of Clinical Simulation that will take over coordinating the use of simulators to provide medical scenario training in a safe environment for students and staff with a display of about 20 pieces of simulation equipment.

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UK students had the chance to learn about one refugee’s journey around Africa and eventually to the U.S. in the William T. Young Library Wednesday evening.

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Representatives on the forefront of lung cancer research in Kentucky introduced a new collaborative effort to combat the state’s high rate of lung cancer Wednesday at the state capitol.

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UK students had the opportunity to hear what it is like dealing with daily international fallout from crisis management expert and TV series inspiration Judy Smith on Tuesday night.

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Students will be “freezing for a reason” Thursday night at The 90, when the annual Campus Plunge to raise money for Special Olympics Kentucky takes place.

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Event promotes debate on diets

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A debate on vegetarianism vs. meat-eating will consider the nutritional benefits of each lifestyle choice, said biology junior James Collard.

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UK honors those who served

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Veterans Day activities by the UK Veterans Resource Center will allow students with different life experiences to interact socially, said Jessica Shaffer, president of the UK Student Veterans Association.

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UK receives NIH funding for studies on ovulation

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Researchers at UK recently received six million dollars in funding from the National Institutes of Health to study the physiological triggers of ovulation in humans and other mammals.

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