Robert Ross, left, stood with retired chemistry professor Joe Wilson in a lab in the Chemistry-Physics Building on the University of Kentucky campus recently. Wilson helped Ross work toward an undergraduate degree while he was in prison. Free since 2009, Ross graduates Sunday from UK.
Robert Ross, left, stood with retired chemistry professor Joe Wilson in a lab in the Chemistry-Physics Building on the University of Kentucky campus recently. Wilson helped Ross work toward an undergraduate degree while he was in prison. Free since 2009, Ross graduates Sunday from UK.
Robert Ross, left, stood with retired chemistry professor Joe Wilson in a lab in the Chemistry-Physics Building on the University of Kentucky campus recently. Wilson helped Ross work toward an undergraduate degree while he was in prison. Free since 2009, Ross graduates Sunday from UK.

UK professor helps former prisoner graduate

May 08, 2011 12:00 AM

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