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Dean Buchheit Announces Plan to Hire 20 New Faculty Members for 2019-2020

Departments looking for talented faculty include biomedical engineering, chemical and materials engineering, civil engineering, computer science, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering and mining engineering.

Fall Engineering and Computer Science Career Fair Features New Location, Record Number of Employers

On September 25, from 12 to 4 p.m., a record-number 142 employers will interview engineering and computer science students of all years and majors in the Bill Gatton Student Center ballroom.

UK Paducah Engineering Program Celebrates 20 Years

In 1992, Steve Polston worked as the plant manager of the Lockheed Martin Uranium Enrichment Plant in Paducah. Each year, about 20 percent of his engineering staff would move for the sake of career advancement. He decided to do something about it.


September 25 at 12:00pm

Bill Gatton Student Center

October 2 at (All day)

Hilary J. Boone Center

October 6 at 12:00pm

College Station: Texas


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VIDEO: Isabella Ritz

Isabella Ritz has discovered that a materials engineering major, combined with a biomedical engineering minor, can lead to exciting research possibilities in the field of biomaterials.

Biomedical Engineering Chemical and Materials Engineering Materials Engineering


Grant Cox

Grant Cox, a native of Campbellsville, Kentucky, and senior computer engineering major spent his summer interning at the NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Virginia.

Electrical and Computer Engineering


Christine Trinkle

Christine Trinkle's “Lung on a Chip" is a device that possess the same breathing mechanism found inside the body, but in a miniaturized version that consists primarily of living cells.

Mechanical Engineering