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Incoming UK Freshman Makes Big Impression

UK chemistry professor Susan Odom's student, Corrine “Nina” Elliott, attended the 244th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society in Philadelphia as an 18-year-old high school student planning to attend UK in the fall.

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FastTrack is an academic program designed to prepare first-year students for rigorous undergraduate course work in STEM fields.

The Importance of Mentors: Daniel Weiner

Daniel Weiner doesn’t just have one degree from the University of Kentucky but three—the last of which is a Ph.D. in statistics. From UK, Weiner transitioned into a career within the pharmacometrics field where he is now a Senior Vice President at the Certara Corporation offering scientific software and consulting services to the pharmaceutical industry.

Over the years, Weiner has helped create some of the most highly used software in the pharmaceutical world and has co-written a definitive textbook in the field that’s about to enter its fifth edition. In this podcast, Weiner discusses the career that flowed from his time at UK and gives some advice to students trying to find their way today. 
 

This podcast was produced by Patrick O'Dowd.

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It Stands to Reason

By Colleen Glenn

“Welcome to the first day of class everybody.  Let’s go over the syllabus so you know what to expect in this course.”

For UK students taking Statistics 210 this summer, these familiar words have taken on new meaning. Students meet their instructors not when they enter the classroom, but when they log onto their computers.

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Public Health In His Homeland

This story originally was published in Global KY

Mohammed Saeed, 28, is a physician and a Visiting Fulbright Student at the University of Kentucky, having arrived in Lexington a year and half ago from Baghdad, Iraq. He is currently finishing his final semester of a Masters of Public Health Program, where he focuses on epidemiology, or the study of “the distribution and determinants of disease and injury in human populations.”

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