psychology

Undergraduate Researchers Receive Oswald Awards

The University of Kentucky Office for Undergraduate Research has presented 17 students with the Oswald Research and Creativity Program awards.

Diversity of Interests: Drew Myers

Drew Myers is a psychology major and award-winning Army ROTC cadet whose hobbies range from hunting and fishing to playing the ukulele. His primary academic and professional interest is in the field of human factors – a combination of human psychology and product design.

Undergraduate Assistants Help Freshmen Transition to Life as STEMCats

Chellgren Center Honors 43 New Fellows

Biology, Psychology Majors Among FAR Academic Excellence Award Winners

Shelby Kennard of psychology and Chelsea Oswald of biology have been recognized for maintaining a minimum 3.8 cumulative GPA while competing in intercollegiate athletics.

Freshman Psychology Major Skates to Senior Title at Collegiate Championships

Farah Sheikh, a first-year UK psychology major, won the senior ladies title at the annual U.S. Figure Skating Collegiate Championships earlier this fall in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Chellgren Center Names 37 New Fellows: 20 in A&S

The Chellgren Fellows Program is for students with exceptional academic potential and aspirations, who are eager to participate in a special learning community designed to cultivate extraordinary achievement.

2013 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll Includes 71 Wildcats

University of Kentucky Wildcats from all eight of UK’s spring sports teams combined to earn a total of 71 spots on the Southeastern Conference Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll, Commissioner Mike Slive announced this week.

Fifteen UK Graduates to Help Youth Excel with Teach for America

Fifteen graduates of the University of Kentucky, including nine from A&S, will head back to the classroom this fall as part of a new class of corps members in Teach for America.

What's New in Science - Questions and Discussions Continue

What's New in Science Christia Brown

Part 4 of 4: In the realm of learning, societal and cultural differences are vastly more important to address than the few true gender differences.

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