“Kentucky continues to face the uphill climb that has been its reality for some time. But we believe there is no better time for action than now.”
The Civil Engineering Scholarship is for students focusing on a four-year degree in engineering who attend the University of Kentucky, University of Louisville, Western Kentucky University, or Kentucky State University.
The $24 million grant will support the fundamental science needed to advance next generation manufacturing technologies, flexible electronics and robotics.
Luckett & Farley has partnered with the Veteran’s Club to design a tiny home community, called Camp Restoration, to help house homeless veterans.
The strategic partnership aims to build modern health care solutions to help improve member health and simply healthcare experiences.
A $4 million grant received by several Kentucky colleges and organizations demonstrates the power of partnership while paving the way to bring dozens of new med-tech and health-related companies to life across the state in the coming years.
There are other cities with dominant healthcare industries and venture capital, but Louisville is where you go to make real change in the senior-care space.
Eastern Kentucky residents were participants in a yearlong program that highlighted benefits of increased access to healthcare. Workshops promoted preventive care and chronic disease self-management.
Two Kentucky animal adoption organizations have been shipped an extra supply of dog treats as part of a celebration by PetFirst Pet Insurance on their 107th anniversary. (In dog years. In human years, that’s 15.)
To meet the rapidly increasing healthcare needs in Fayette and surrounding counties, the Bluegrass Community and Technical College (BCTC) Leestown Campus leaders in Lexington had to dream big, expand partnerships and find funding.