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A GPS-enabled study led by Duke scientists provides the first landscape-scale documentation of elephant movements around Gabon, which could make it easier to protect these magnificent animals from poachers.
To promote diversity and representation, The University of Kentucky has launched the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Fund.
The University of Kentucky Winery dedicates the proceeds from its sales to supporting grape and wine research and advancing the state’s commercial wine industry.
Trisha Durfee has emerged as a leader in UVA Health’s COVID-19 effort, even as she continued her nursing career in the Medical Center and wrapped up the Bachelor of Science in UVA’s Nursing program.
Working with children in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya, sparked this Sullivan Award recipient’s passion for social work and breaking the cycle of systemic poverty.
Zume failed in the pizza delivery business, but now the Silicon Valley tech innovator has set its sights on using robotics in a compostable packaging facility, creating products out of moldable, plant-based fibers.
Jessica Borchert, a prize-winning filmmaker, was a Faith and Justice Scholar and tireless volunteer, while Miguel Flores logged more than 1,650 service hours and lent his business skills to numerous local projects.
For their commitment to placing service above self, Kaitlyn Shand and Damaris-Lydia Odebode received Sullivan Awards for their service as students, while Holli Phillips earned the faculty-staff award.
University of South Carolina operations and supply chain students have recommended more efficient processes that could get a cancer patient started on a trial much faster.
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