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UK Solar Car Team Celebrates 20 Years

Launched in 1999, the UK Solar Car Team is just the eighth team nationally to reach the 20-year milestone. It began racing competitively in 2003.

RescUKats Win Spring 2019 Eastern Collegiate Mine Rescue Competition

The competition was hosted by Penn State University at the Penn State Agricultural Arena in State College, Pennsylvania, March 29-30.

Hughes and Lumpp Win Sarah Bennett Holmes Awards

The award recognizes one female faculty member and one female staff member who promote growth and well-being of women at the university and across Kentucky.

Alumna, CIO of Coca-Cola Global Operations, Presents “Digital Transformation”

Ann Carver, who received her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from UK in 1987, discussed how technology and innovation have shaped Coca-Cola’s strategy and culture.

Using Engineering Skills to Serve in Guatemala

Corey Whitenton had been in the workforce for three years after graduating with a mechanical engineering degree from UK Paducah when he decided that it was time to give back to society. 

Alumna and Adjunct Professor Elaine Duncan Inducted into Medical and Biological Engineering Elite

Duncan was elected for “outstanding contributions to the applications of biomaterials, medical device safety, performance and commercialization.” 

Multidisciplinary Smart Structures Knowledge Research Lab Presents at Denver Conference

UK presenters represented the Multidisciplinary Smart Structures Knowledge Research Lab, which is led by civil engineering assistant professor Mariantonieta Gutierrez Soto.

Dziubla Inducted into AIMBE College of Fellows

Chemical engineering professor Thomas D. Dziubla was inducted for “seminal contributions to biomaterials and advanced drug delivery, establishing the field of biomaterials capable of regulating oxidative stress.”

'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.