University of Kentucky engineering students have a new laboratory space. A renovation of the Chemical Engineering Unit Operations Laboratory in the basement of the F. Paul Anderson Tower will accommodate the recent increase in undergraduate chemical engineering class sizes.
The Kentucky Science and Engineering Foundation (KSEF) has made Associate Dean for Administration and Academic Affairs and Gill Eminent Professor Kimberly Ward Anderson a member of their inaugural class of Fellows.
As an aviation electronics technician in the United States Marine Corps, Matthew Ebert experienced two separate deployments to Iraq and the Persian Gulf.
After facing the challenge of serving his country, Ebert says he was ready for a new goal to achieve. That’s why he chose to become a mechanical engineering major in University of Kentucky College of Engineering.
The University of Kentucky College of Engineering is pleased to announce that Jennifer Doerge and Laura Letellier have been selected as the Institution Faculty/Staff “Of the Month” from the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH).
Put Angelo Stekardis behind the wheel and he’s one happy man. Instead of flying from Louisville to Southern California, where Stekardis would begin a summer-long internship, he and his father preferred to make the 31-hour cross-country drive. When the internship ended three months later, Stekardis and his girlfriend took a 48-hour “scenic route” home.
The University of Kentucky College of Engineering is pleased to announce that Laura Letellier has been selected as the Institution Faculty/Staff “Of the Month” from the National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH).
Congratulations to Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering Professor Don Colliver! Dr. Colliver directs the Kentucky Industrial Assessment Center (KIAC), which received the IAC Center of Excellence award.
Once again, students from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment put together a successful team that built one of the top entries at the recent American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers International Quarter-Scale Tractor Student Design Competition.
Sue Nokes is the chair of the University of Kentucky Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, but she’s also an acclaimed researcher and teacher. Recently, the American Society of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineers named Nokes a Fellow at their annual meeting in Orlando, Florida.
“If it hadn’t been for an engineering scholarship, Stan Pigman would never have been able to enroll at the University of Kentucky in 1977,” observes Mike Richey, UK vice president for philanthropy. “And if it hadn’t been for his persistence in study and special help from his professors, Stan would never have graduated with a degree that prepared him for the extraordinary success he has experienced.