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Calendar of Events

October 11   College Meeting
CTW 216
12:00 - 1:30 p.m.
October 12   MLS 80th Anniversary Gala
Embassy Suites
6:00 - 12 p.m.
October 14   Rehab. Sciences Faculty & Staff Meetings
CTW 216
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
October 14   Division Director and Administrator Meeting
CTW 214B
1:00 - 2:00 p.m.
October 14   CSD Division Faculty Meeting
CTW 214B
2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
October 14   Administrative Council Meeting  
Dean's Conference Room  CTW 123
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
October 18   Departmental Faculty & Staff Meeting
CTW 216
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.
October 18   Grantsmanship Presentation
CTW 405
2:30 - 3:30 p.m.
     

 

Note: More dates can be found on the CHS Sharepoint Calendar

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Muscle Forum

Date  October 17                                
Time 11 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Speaker Premi Haynes
Topic Transmural heterogeneity of cellular level power output
 is reduced in human heart failure
Location  MS505
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Peterson and Noehren Receive NIH BIRT Grant with Wake Forest University

Congratulations to Charlotte Peterson, PhD who recently received another NIH Building Interdisciplinary Research Team (BIRT) award, this time as a subaward with Wake Forest University.  Peterson (Principal Investigator) will collaborate with Brian Noehren, PT, PhD and researchers at Wake Forest on their one-year project, entitled Strength training and arthritis trial, to investigate quadriceps muscle weakness associated with knee osteoarthritis; the team will identify those most at risk for muscle weakness and those who are unlikely to respond to standard exercise regimens. The Wake Forest team will lead the project on recruitment of subjects and muscle biopsies and the Peterson lab will conduct all biopsy analyses. This project uses an interdisciplinary team approach to basic and translational research.

 

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Brian Noehren, PT, PhD continues to give back the community by presenting evidence-based information on strength training and injury prevention to YMCA members. He will kick-off the “Y Lecture Series: Talk with the Experts” on Monday, October 14, from 5:30-6:30 p.m., at the High Street YMCA. He will lead the lecture with a presentation on strength training for women with a focus on hip and core exercises. Following the lecture, a Y trainer will do a short equipment orientation for attendees.

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uwCHS has always done its part in making the lives of the community better by contributing to the United Way. The 2013 goal for our college is $3,000.00, and we hope to not only meet that goal but to exceed it. The campaign runs from October 1 through October 31. 

  

The way to pledge has changed: You can now go to myUK - Employee Self Service - Benefits tab and make your pledge. You may still choose to use paper forms as well Visit the UK United Way website to pledge by cash, check or credit card, set up payroll deductions, or e-pledge.

 If you have questions or need assistance in setting up your pledge, please contact Marie Poole, Theresa Cook, Christa Blackwell or Meredith Houlihan. 

 

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Anne Olson, PhD will discuss findings and data pertaining to her ongoing project, entitled “Short-Term Aural Rehabilitation for Adult Cochlear Implant Users”. This month’s Grantsmanship presentation will be held Friday, October 18 from 2:30 - 3:30 p.m., CTW 405.

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Please see this schedule for info on free UK HealthCare employee flu shots.

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Dupont-Versteegden & Noehren Receive Undergraduate Research Enhancement Award

Congratulations to Esther Dupont-Versteegden, PhD and Brian Noehren, PT, PhD, who have been granted an Undergraduate Research Enhancement Award. This funding provides support for the undergraduate researchers who they are mentoring this semester. 

Campus News and Events

UK’s Women’s Forum - Professional Development Opportunity

You're invited: Tuesday, October 15, from 12:10 - 12:50 p.m., W.T. Young Library, Gallery Room. This month’s topic features representatives from BRA DAY LEX to talk about their cause and the October 17 event "Looking Good to Feel Good." You don’t need to be a member to attend. 

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UK’s Women’s Forum Annual Conference

The Best Things in Life Are Often FREE!

Register now for the annual UK Women’s Forum conference entitled “Hear Me Roar”, a FREE professional development opportunity. The conference will be held Wednesday, October 16, in the Grand Ballroom of the Student Center.

Grace Gorrell’s high-energy keynote address is the perfect way to jump start the day, and it will be complimented by a create-your-own scrambled egg omelet breakfast sure to please. Three breakout sessions are also scheduled throughout the day, which will allow participants to select a particular learning track or possibly a bit of everything covering topics such as career, home and self.  

Speakers like Vice President Angie Martin, Debra Graham from Human Resource Development and Police Officer Bob Pearl are a few UK presenters you are sure to recognize. Topics include “Healthy is the New Skinny,” “How to Raise a Confident Daughter,” and “Take a Safari in the Global Jungle: Navigating Social Media.”   

Breakfast and a FREE lunch featuring autumn chili and salad bar with entertainment that includes a “dress for success” fashion show are all part of the day’s events. “Free” also includes a lunch tote, water bottle, and an opportunity to win fantastic prizes. Check with your supervisor and sign up today on the website.  

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Panel Discussion - #Altmetrics: Demystifying the Link between Research Impact and Social Media

UK Libraries invites you to a panel discussion about alternative metrics (altmetrics) and research assessment: #Altmetrics: Demystifying the Link between Research Impact and Social Media Tuesday, October 22, from 3:00-4:30 p.m., UK Athletics Auditorium, W. T. Young Library.

As social media has become a day-to-day communication avenue, more scholars have turned to it to share ideas and comment on research studies. Although these online interactions may contribute to research assessment, they are not accounted for by traditional impact metrics. To address this new scholarly communication landscape, some academics have asserted the importance of altmetrics. UK Libraries will host a panel discussion during Open Access Week (Oct. 21-27) to encourage a fruitful conversation about altmetrics and research assessment. Three UK faculty members will provide an overview of altmetrics, address the perceptions of them from the perspectives of author and journal editor, and discuss metrics for research assessment and faculty evaluation at UK. Details of this event are available on the website.

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