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In 1869, the “Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky” began offering instruction in civil engineering and mining engineering. Over 150 years later, the University of Kentucky College of Engineering has graduated over 26,000 engineers and computer scientists and annually enrolls over 4,000 undergraduate and graduate students.

Nationally ranked among the top 60 public colleges of engineering, UK features eight academic departments that offer 10 undergraduate majors. As enrollment has expanded, the college has ensured its educational quality remains high. In 2019, the college hired 20 new tenure-track faculty members in its largest hiring initiative to date. The college is thoroughly committed to advancing diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives at the university and college level. Dean Rudy Buchheit is member of the university’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Leadership Team.

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Conference Coordinator

Department: Kentucky Transportation Center

The person in this position coordinates special conferences and training/qualification programs conducted by the Technology Transfer Program of the Kentucky Transportation Center. This position is funded from Federal Highway Administration/Local Technical Program.

Apply By April 03, 2023

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Student Affairs Officer III

Department: Civil Engineering

Provide academic advising to students. Determine the best approach (intrusive, prescriptive, proactive) to advise each advisee by studying data characteristics and degree resource programs such as myUKGPS, AET and APEX.

Evaluate all assessment plans sent to advisors regarding their individual students and develop a proactive plan for reaching students at risk, first generation, students with academic flags, students living off campus and any other variables deemed high risk.

Work with Academic Excellence centralized communications and marketing group regarding messages being sent to students throughout the life cycle of each student from commitment to the University through degree completion. Participate in professional development opportunities on campus and off campus staying abreast of best practices in advising undergraduates and retaining them through graduation.

Apply By April 09, 2023

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