Delfino Receives Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship

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Two recent University of Kentucky graduates, Michael Delfino and Samantha Dougherty, are among only 34 high school mathematics and science teachers in the U.S. named to the 2015 cohort of Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSF) teaching fellows. Michael Delfino’s calling … Read More

From Ancient Scrolls to Microsoft, UK Grad Finds Success

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In July, Nick Graczyk will head off to Redmond, Washington, the “Bicycle Capital of the Northwest,” and also home to Microsoft, where he will claim the title of software engineer. Graczyk’s most recent titles include “ancient scroll software extraordinaire” and … Read More

Freshman Finds Close Community, Huge Opportunity

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When she arrived on the University of Kentucky campus last August with a carload of boxes ready to move-in to the Engineering Residential College, she didn’t expect to see her future professors there offering a hand. She also didn’t expect … Read More

Judy Goldsmith Paper Referenced in The Guardian

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For the last couple of years, Judy Goldsmith, professor in the Department of Computer Science, has taught CS585: Science Fiction and Computer Ethics. Recently, she and two other researchers authored a paper titled “Teaching AI Ethics Using Science Fiction,” and … Read More

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