James Gwinn’s perseverance and tenacity made him a perfect candidate to spend two months interning in the nation’s capital. Read more in our newest issue of Kentucky Engineering Journal.
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The Paducah campus’ record total enrollment numbers, including 62 new freshmen, were featured on the front page of Tuesday’s Paducah Sun. The totals as of Mondays’s start of classes are 62 CME and 131 ME for a total of 193.
The University of Kentucky Paducah Campus celebrated its 15th year by graduating 19 new engineers during the May 9th ceremony held at the McCracken County High School auditorium. 8 chemical engineering graduates and 11 mechanical engineering graduates took the Order of the Engineer oath, conducted by Dr. William Murphy and were inducted into the […]
William Murphy, Department of Mechanical Engineering: Dean’s Award for Excellence in Service William Murphy’s lengthy service record includes a wide range of high-impact activities that have directly benefitted UK students and faculty and the engineering profession. In 1998, Murphy was named program director of the UK College of Engineering Extended Campus Program in Paducah. Despite […]
Students from the UK Paducah campus ESW (Engineers for a Sustainable World) attended the annual conference at Northwestern University in Chicago this past weekend. The Paducah chapter spent the weekend attending various panel discussions and workshops ranging from, “The Power of Re-thinking and Pioneering Energy” to “Green Minds: Sustainability in Higher Education”. Keynote speaker, Jill […]
Advising for Summer 14 and Fall 14 classes has started! If you have not made your appointment, you should do so by calling Stephanie at 270-534-3129.
The University of Kentucky College of Engineering Paducah Campus will once again host their annual Engineering Day on Saturday, February 22nd, from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. on the WKCTC campus. The day will consist of Egg Drops, Rocket Building, Chemistry Experiments, Ice-Cream Making, Bridge Building competitions and much more. The public is invited to […]
The University of Kentucky American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Student Chapters in Lexington and Paducah have been named Outstanding Student Chapters for 2013. The distinction goes to approximately 10% of student chapters nationally. This marks the 26th consecutive year that Lexington has been named an outstanding student chapter, and the 12th consecutive year for […]
Two undergraduate chemical engineering students from the University of Kentucky Paducah Campus and one graduate student from UK’s Lexington campus received awards at the 3rd International Congress on Sustainability Science and Engineering (ICOSSE) in Cincinnati, OH earlier this month. Several UK students and faculty attended the Congress, which was organized around three key themes in […]
Chemical Engineering professor Jeff Seay has been named the inaugural recipient of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Sustainable Engineering Forum Education Award for outstanding achievement as an educator in the area of sustainability engineering. He will be recognized for his work at the Sustainable Engineering Forum luncheon at the November meeting of AIChE. […]