Chemistry professor receives grants to support collaborative research at Centre

Centre College’s Daniel Scott, assistant professor of chemistry, has been awarded three grants for a total of $70,000 to help support his collaborative undergraduate research on improving therapeutic and diagnosis options for human health. The first grant Scott received was for $10,000 from the Undergraduate Analytical Research Program award. This will help support student stipends

Students share internship experiences at fall showcase

As part of the Centre Commitment, every Centre College student is guaranteed an internship or research opportunity, and this fall, 31 students held internship positions in various companies and offices, government agencies, non-profits and schools. Thirteen interns presented their work at the Fall Internship Showcase held at the Norton Center for the Arts, Nov. 30. “This semester

Centre students receive Kentucky Academy of Science awards at annual meeting

Four award-winning students from Centre College were acknowledged during the 2016 Kentucky Academy of Science (KAS) research competition at the University of Louisville, Nov. 4-5. More than 700 scientists and students attended the annual meeting, and hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students from Kentucky and regional colleges and universities participated in the research competitions. During the

Professor takes reins in Concussion Research

The following article is the third in a three-part Centrepiece series exploring “the concussion issue,” including ongoing research at Centre College and the conservative and proactive approaches taken by Centre Athletics. What’s the best route to becoming a successful Kentucky neuroscientist? A horse, of course! At one time, Associate Professor of Behavioral Neuroscience KatieAnn Skogsberg trained

By |2019-04-01T16:07:09-04:00August 15th, 2016|Athletics, Behavioral Neuroscience, News, Pre-Physical Therapy|

Concussions: Centre’s Conservative Approach

The following conversation with head athletic trainer Jamey Gay and college physician Brian Ellis ‘86 is the second installment in a three-part Centrepiece series exploring “the concussion issue,” including ongoing research at Centre College and the conservative and proactive approaches taken by Centre Athletics. Concussions have become a considerable concern at every level of college sports,

By |2019-04-01T16:17:55-04:00August 11th, 2016|Athletics, News, Pre-Med, Pre-Nursing, Pre-Physical Therapy|

Concussions, Collegiate Football, and the Need for Change

The following article is the first in a three-part Centrepiece series exploring "the concussion issue," including ongoing research at Centre College and the conservative and proactive approaches taken by Centre Athletics. A person doesn’t have to look far to find examples of life’s absurdity. And one could read this piece as an example of just that—the

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