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Northern Kentucky University received a $1.1 million three-year grant from the Economic Development Administration’s (EDA) University Center program. The grant will support NKU’s innovative efforts in expanding its Human Services and Addiction program, aiming to reduce health disparities in the underserved communities.
The $2.9 million three-year grant will support NKU’s innovative efforts in expanding its Human Services and Addiction program, aiming to reduce health disparities in the underserved communities.
Tammy Barrett-Wolcott recalled a student from Carroll County who had been using marijuana every day for as long as she could remember – probably since 10 years old. She had very low self-esteem, always put her head down when she came to class and refused to participate in group therapy.
The commonwealth of Kentucky is looking to invest $10 million in a new shared research and development lab in Covington, and four local companies are collaborating with the city to help move the effort forward.