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UK Superfund Research Center Hosts Two-Day Training Event

The Superfund Research Program has a strong history of seeking opportunities to work with communities and share research findings with communities and community-serving organizations.


Online Graduate Certificate in Structural Engineering Now Available

The online graduate certificate in structural engineering is designed to provide students with core knowledge in prestressed concrete, steel structures and matrix structural analysis.


Christoph Brehm Awarded Grants from NASA, Air Force Academy

Sean Bailey and Alexandre Martin, associate professors of mechanical engineering at UK, will serve as Science-Co-Investigators along with Jens Hannemann from Kentucky State University on the NASA project.


Dziubla Begins Role as Chemical and Materials Engineering Department Chair

Thomas Dziubla has taught at UK since 2006 and served as director of graduate studies for chemical engineering from 2013-2018. 


Jiangbiao He Receives 2019 AWS Outstanding Young Member Achievement Award

Dr. He was also recently awarded a Research Initiation Grant Agreement from the Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering Education (SCEEE) for his project titled “Research on Ultra-Fast Resonant DC Circuit Breaker.”


College of Engineering Recognized in Inaugural ASEE Diversity Recognition Program

The University of Kentucky College of Engineering has received a Bronze Award from the American Society of Engineering Education (ASEE).


UK Students Visit Apple Headquarters, Develop App to Improve Student Experience

Computer science doctoral student Asare Nkansah (BSCS 2019) was one of three students to work with Apple on the app.


Congratulations to the 2019 BME Awards Winners

Dr. David Pienkowski, Siavash Mazdeyasna and Matt Ballard received awards at the 2019 Tau Beta Pi Award Ceremony on April 9.


PODCAST: Corey Baker Bridging Diversity Gap in Computer Science

Computer science assistant professor Corey Baker says universities must do a better job recruiting, retaining and graduating minority students in engineering. Thus far, his own efforts are proving to be very successful.


Harrison Receives NSF Grant for Autonomous Systems Research

The three-year grant is for approximately $600,000 and will involve collaboration with the Georgia Tech Institute of Technology.