July 1, 2011 View Archives
When buying a new shower curtain purchase a cotton one to reduce the VOC you breath in. Plus, it can be washed!
Questions, concerns, ideas? E-mail Nick.
Stemple, Andreatta and Butterfield Receive R01 Grant
Congratulations to Joe Stemple, Richie Andreatta and Tim Butterfield, along with their collaborator in the Dept. of Physiology, Colleen McMullen, who recently received an R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health – National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders.
The project, titled “Response of aging intrinsic laryngeal muscles to chronic electrical stimulation,” was awarded roughly $1.8 million over a period of five years.Back to Top
Nick Basham Accepts Position with Deaconess Hospital
Nick Basham has accepted a position with Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Indiana. He will be joining the public relations department as a graphic designer. Nick’s last day at UK will be Thursday, July 14 and we wish him the very best in his new endeavors.
If you would like to help us send him off, please join us at P.F. Chang’s for lunch at noon on July 14 or stop by his office to wish him well.Back to Top
CHS Committees for 2011–2012
A list of the CHS Committees members for 2011–2012 is now available. Click below to download the document.Back to Top
UK Elder Care Lunch & Learn
Understanding Senior Housing Options: defining levels of care within your budget
The goal of this seminar is to clarify some of the confusion over housing options for our elder population. The seminar will define the various housing options available for senior community living, the care one can expect to receive at each level, the expected cost, and what is available in our area. State guidelines and licensing/certification will be discussed and defined. We will address the question, “when do I consider alternative living arrangements and how do I apply?”
For more information, call Elder Care at (859) 323-4600 or contact Terri at email@example.com.Back to Top
Volunteer with Habitat to Benefit UK Employee
UK HealthCare is sponsoring Habitat for Humanity’s Good Health build. Volunteers are needed, especially on July 9. If you are interested in participating in this build, which will benefit an employee from UK Good Samaritan Hospital, contact Geoff Blair at firstname.lastname@example.org. All volunteers will receive a free UK HealthCare T-shirt.
The green-certified home being built at 2089 Polk Lane in Lexington benefits Eugenia Barrera and her three children – Noah, Jose and Sofia. Eugenia works in housekeeping at UK Good Samaritan Hospital. Each construction day is 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. You do not need your own tools or special skills to participate.
Volunteer Opportunities are listed below:
To learn more about Lexington Habitat for Humanity, please visit www.lexhabitat.org.Back to Top
Calendar of Events
Note: More dates can be found on the CHS Sharepoint CalendarBack to Top