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Fuqian Yang Receives Multi-Year NSF Grant

The grant supports research that advances knowledge of the optical characteristics of multilayer semiconductor nanocrystals under different thermal environments and mechanical stresses.


Nikiforos Stamatiadis Receives Two New Grants

The two awards were granted by the Transportation Research Board of the National Academy of Science.


Drs. Khurana and Chapelin Win Early-Career Research Award at SRU 2020

Their award-winning research was reviewed among several national and international submissions to the annual conference.


“You Belong Here: Black Students in Engineering” to Take Place October 2

Alumnus and interim vice president of institutional diversity at UK Dr. George Wright will deliver a talk to those in attendance.


UK SME Chapter Receives Two Awards

The chapter won the SME Outstanding Student Chapter Award and the Mineral Education Coalition Outstanding Student chapter awards for the 2019-2020 school year.


Wildcat Cage Competition Yields Nearly $50,000 for Student Organizations

Collectively, investors committed $48,561 by the end of the competition—over $10,000 more than the previous year.


Luke Fortner Named to 2020 Allstate AFCA Good Works Team

Fortner graduated with a mechanical engineering degree and is a current ME graduate student.


UK Researchers Awarded NSF Grant to Engineer Better Mental Health Solutions

Chemical engineering lecturer Sarah Wilson became interested in research on engineering student mental health while attending an engineering education conference.


UK Physics, Engineering Team Uses AI to Study Galaxy Clusters

Nathan Jacobs, Yu Zhang and Gongbo Liang are exploring ways of using techniques from machine learning and computer vision to analyze astronomy images.


One Day for UK is September 16

This year, the college is raising funds to unlock challenge gifts that will create new scholarships for women, persons from diverse populations and first-generation students.