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Jim Brammell, who graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1982, was recently named president and CEO of Louisville Water. To read Louisville Water’s press release, click here.
Researchers from the University of Kentucky (UK) will receive a $1.05 million NASA Research Award through the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR). The grant is titled, “Improving Heat Shields for Atmospheric Entry: Numerical and Experimental Investigations for Modeling Ablative Thermal Protection System Surface Degradation Effects on Near-Wall Flow,” and aims at understanding the […]
Chemical Engineering professor Jeff Seay has been named the inaugural recipient of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Sustainable Engineering Forum Education Award for outstanding achievement as an educator in the area of sustainability engineering. He will be recognized for his work at the Sustainable Engineering Forum luncheon at the November meeting of AIChE. […]
At next week’s 21st Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) International Requirements Engineering Conference in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, computer science professor and associate chair Jane Hayes will receive the “2013 Most Influential Paper” award. She will also deliver a talk during the conference, accepting the award on behalf of her co-authors and the […]
Max Croft and William Croft, chemical engineering students at the University of Kentucky College of Engineering Paducah Campus, participated in the 3rd International Conference on Sustainable Chemical Product and Process Engineering (SCPPE) in Dalian, China May 27—30. At the conference, Max and William both took home an Outstanding Undergraduate Research Award for their collaborative work […]
Kenneth Freeman appreciates the breadth of specialties available within his major of mechanical engineering at the University of Kentucky. While the aerospace industry has piqued his interest, Freeman is also drawn to the idea of eventually pursuing graduate studies in biomedical engineering in order to design and innovate cochlear implants. Why cochlear implants? Perhaps because […]