The federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has made a major change to the underlying guidance by which university recipients of federal awards have operated for decades.
A collaborative project between the College of Social Work and the Department of Family and Community Medicine has been awarded a $1.4 million HRSA grant that will train social work graduate students in primary behavioral health with children, adolescents and transitional aged individuals.
The Office for Undergraduate Research has presented 17 students with the Oswald Research and Creativity Program awards. Established in 1964 by then-UK President John Oswald, the Oswald Research and Creativity Program encourages research and creative activities by undergraduate students at UK.
Every year, the Sanders-Brown Center on Aging has a party for patients who have volunteered to participate in research at the center; an annual highlight for patients and staff alike, who often form special bonds over the course of several years.