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'KYH2O' Podcast Provides an Entertaining Way to Learn About Water Resources

"KYH2O," a new podcast series produced by the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment, uses multiple lenses to examine the importance of water.


Wearing Wildcat Pride on His Trombone Slide

UK computer science and mathematics junior and Pep Band member John Schulz brings Big Blue colors to the stands through 3D tiles spelling out his allegiance to the Wildcats.


New Jersey Institute of Technology’s Zhou to Speak at Dean’s Lecture Series

New Jersey Institute of Technology Distinguished Professor MengChu Zhou will present the talk “What is the Next Industrial Revolution?” at the James F. Hardymon Theatre in the Davis Marksbury Building on April 8, 2019.


Undergraduate Research Fellowships Lead to Collaborative Partnerships with Faculty, Industry

In fall 2018, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering launched a new Undergraduate Research Fellowship program. Here are the projects and partnerships that emerged from those fellowships.


KGS, Jacobs, Collaborate on Sinkhole Machine-Learning Research

Nathan Jacobs, associate professor of computer science, collaborated with the Kentucky Geological Survey to investigate the use of machine learning to identify Kentucky sinkholes in aerial LiDAR data. 


UK Mine Design Team Takes First Place at SME

The UK mine design team took first place at annual student design competition held during the SME Annual Conference & Expo in Denver, CO. This is the second year in a row that the UK team won first place.


Howard Named SEC Freshman of the Year

Rhyne Howard, a freshman civil engineering major and guard on the UK women’s basketball team, received several accolades when the Southeastern Conference announced its postseason awards March 5.


Alumna Albright Named Lexington’s Environmental Quality and Public Works Commissioner

Albright graduated from the University of Kentucky with a bachelor's degree in civil engineering in 1990 and a master's degree in civil engineering in 1992.


Brent Seales Awarded NEH Grant to Rescue the Hidden Texts of Herculaneum

Brent Seales has received a $325,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant for his groundbreaking project, "Reading the Invisible Library: Rescuing the Hidden Texts of Herculaneum."


Sekulic Receives Award, Has Book Translated into Mandarin

Dusan Sekulic, Secat J. G. Morris Aluminum Professor in the University of Kentucky Department of Mechanical Engineering, was part of the team awarded a "Robert L. Peaslee Award" by the American Welding Society (AWS).