1. Above the Treeline-Hayes Murtinho


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    With a National Science Foundation grant, Tanya Hayes and Felipe Murtinho are evaluating the impact of the policy that pays poor villagers not to use land for farming or ranching in order to conserve water in the Andes of Ecuador.

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    • A Charmed Life - A Lecture by History Professor Daniel Rowland


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      On Thursday May 3, 2012 a reception was held for the retirement of History Professor Daniel Rowland. His speech was entitled "A Charmed Life."

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      • Ahead of the Curve: High School Students Join Susan Odom's Lab


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        High School students Nina Elliott, and Elizabeth "Lizzie" Walsh joined assistant professor Susan Odom in her chemistry lab, a partnership made possible through Paul Laurence Dunbar High School's Math, Science, and Technology Center.

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        • Allan Butterfield Ph.D Talks Patents, Department of Chemistry


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          What's cookin' in the Chemistry Department? UK Chemistry Professor Allan Butterfield speaks about the various patents that chemistry research at UK has developed. Butterfield's research deals with the detection of Alzheimer's syndrome in chemical brain functions.

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          • Alumni Interview: Jonathan Standridge Class of '97


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            Jonathan Standridge, Liberal Studies major, class of 1997: As the 737 Program Employee Involvement Lead, Strandridge works with more than 600 employee involvement teams as a trainer, coach and mentor.

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            • Alumni Interview with Loren Atherley - Master of Criminal Justice - Class of 2010


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              While riding along with police officers, Loren Atherley heard the call to investigate a suicide. It’s all part of his job conducting research as the Senior Management Systems Analyst for the Seattle Police Department Compliance and Professional Standards Bureau.

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              • Alumni Interview with Tim Talevich, Class of 1978


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                He oversees the editorial content of a print magazine for more than 13 million subscribers on four continents, an online version, an app, and an annual cookbook run of three million. For The Costco Connection editorial director Tim Talevich, class of 1978, each day brings a new challenge.

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                • Anthropology Students at Shaker Village Time Lapse


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                  Kim McBride, anthropology professor and co-director of the Kentucky Archaeological Survey, taught Anthropology 585: Field Methods in Archaeology at the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, 25 miles southwest of Lexington. Students enrolled in the six-week course excavated, collected artifacts and interpreted findings from the sites of two early 19th century Shaker buildings from May 8-June 19. Read more: as.uky.edu/uk-archaeology-students-gain-ground-through-field-school

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                  • ANT 221: Native People of North America with Richard Jefferies


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                    A survey of Native American cultures of North America. Emphasis is placed on exploring how Native American cultures changed through time, with particular emphasis on the impact of European exploration, colonization and settlement from 1500 to 1900. Students will also explore the high degree of cultural diversity represented among the thousands of Native American societies that inhabited the North American continent at the time of European contact. The status and condition of Native Americans in the modern world is also discussed.

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