ImageImage-1We now are offering Parent Workshops. The workshops will be conducted by the College of Engineering’s Associate Dean for Administration and Academic Affairs, Dr. Kim Anderson and Kim Sayre, Director of Industrial Engagement. Both of these ladies are UK administrators that work with students on a daily basis. They are both engineers and both recently had a child successfully go through the Engineering Program here at UK. They can speak about their experiences from an administrative and from a parent’s perspective.

Getting your Daughter Prepared for High School  (Parent of daughter in 4th-7th grades)

Your day will include:

  • 10:15-12:00 noon Start the morning with Dr. Anderson and Kim Sayre and they will have discussions for getting your daughter prepared for high school.  There will also be a portion of the session with a student panel of current UK STEM related college students that will discuss their college experiences with the parents.  This part of the program will take place in the Oliver Raymond Building, Rm. 112.
  • Noon-1:00 Lunch break
  • 1:00-1:30 Egg Drop.  Many of the girls have chosen to participate in the Egg Drop Contest.   This event will take place on the 3rd floor of the Oliver Raymond Building.  The area where they are dropping the eggs is in the center of the Raymond Building near the elevators.  You can watch this event from any of the floors.
  • 1:45-3:30 College of Engineering Tour/Campus Tour

Getting your Daughter Prepared for College (for Parents of daughters in 8th-12th grades)

Your day will include:

  • 10:15-12:00 College of Engineering Tour/Campus Tour
  • Noon-1:00 Lunch break
  • 1:45-3:30 Spend the afternoon with Dr. Anderson and Kim Sayre and they will have discussions for getting your daughter prepared for college. It will include topics such as classes to take to prepare for college.  There will also be a portion of the session with a student panel of current UK STEM related college students that will discuss their college experiences with the parents.   This part of the program will take place in the Oliver Raymond Building.