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AppHarvest collaborates with University of Pikeville
The University of Pikeville is working alongside AppHarvest in its goal of making Eastern Kentucky the high-tech greenhouse capital of the U.S.
University of Pikeville announces new dean for Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine
On behalf of the Board of Trustees at the University of Pikeville, President Burton J. Webb announced the appointment of Dana C. Shaffer, D.O., as dean of the Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine (KYCOM) effective July 1, 2018.
UPIKE students go ‘Inside Washington’
Imagine sitting in a room listening to U.S. Secretary Ben Carson or NBC’s Chuck Todd, talking about their jobs. 
Lt. Gov. to speak at UPIKE business lecture series
Kentucky Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton will be the featured speaker for the University of Pikeville’s Coleman College of Business Speakers and Leadership Series.
UPIKE enhances clinical education with high-fidelity simulators
To enhance the clinical training experience for students in the University of Pikeville-Elliott School of Nursing, the university recently renovated a floor of the Community Technical Center for nursing skills training and patient care simulation and has invested in five high-fidelity simulators that replicate realistic experiences and medical scenarios students will encounter in their health care careers.
UPIKE faculty present ‘Voices and Visions’
From the classroom to the canvas, University of Pikeville art students are gaining perspective into what inspires their professors and experiencing their finished work.
UPIKE students reconstruct artifact from biblical period
When the president of the University of Pikeville Alumni Association began sharing his love of biblical archaeology with the campus and community he never imagined his hobby would create an opportunity for students and faculty at his alma mater to restore pieces of history.
Snow elected vice president of the Small Business Institute
Through its annual election process, the membership of the Small Business Institute (SBI) voted David Snow, D.M., to serve as vice president of programs-elect.
Coleman College of Business to offer tax preparation services
The University of Pikeville-Coleman College of Business will offer free tax preparation services during a series of “Super Saturdays.”
UPIKE’s Health Professions Education Building earns architecture awards
The University of Pikeville, in partnership with Trivers Associates in St. Louis, Mo., and Ayers Saint Gross in Baltimore, Md., earned a Merit Award for the Health Professions Education Building.

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