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The University of Pikeville is delighted to announce biology student Nyla Gulley as the recipient of the 2021 Appalachian College Association (ACA) Ledford Research Scholarship. Each year, the ACA awards scholarships to support ongoing educational objectives. Ledford Scholars present their research from a variety of fields of study, such as health sciences, social sciences, or […]
Jennifer Dugan, Ph.D., dean of the College of Arts and Sciences; Howard Roberts, Ed.D., dean of the Coleman College of Business; and Karen Damron, Ph.D., dean of the College of Nursing and Human Services, have released the names of the top students at the University of Pikeville for the fall 2020 semester. To qualify for […]
University of Pikeville President Burton J. Webb, PhD., has released the names of the top students for the fall 2020 semester. To qualify for the President’s List, students must be full-time and receive a grade point average of 4.0. College of Arts and Sciences and Patton College of Education Boone County: Cody Morehead of Verona. […]
“My main motive as a teacher is to instill in my students the idea that they have someone who cares for and loves them—apart from what I teach them,” says Aileah Walters.
Olivia Boyette never imagined she would be preparing to become a doctor. Her journey has been propelled by supportive faculty, perseverance and her own confidence to pursue a passion.
Hartlage is no stranger to work ethic or tenacity as a near-4.0 student, an awarded ROTC cadet and a talented baseball player at the University of Pikeville.
With wisdom beyond his years, University of Pikeville student Kenton C. Hall is passionate about his future with a spirit of service.
For first-year UPIKE student Maddie Smith, KYCO is bringing her vision of an optometry career into focus.