The annual Dean’s Faculty Awards ceremony was held April 23 at the Hilary J. Boone Center. Awards were given in the areas of research, service and graduate studies.
The annual event took place April 17, 2018 at the Hilary J. Boone Center. Representative Sannie Overly, a 1989 civil engineering graduate from the University of Kentucky, gave the keynote address.
During Spring Break, a team of undergraduate students in Dr. Brent Seales' research group traveled to prestigious Oxford University, in the South East region of England, where they presented their findings.
On April 13, the University of Kentucky College of Engineering inducted six new members into its Hall of Distinction.
When you hear the word “entrepreneur,” who comes to mind? Perhaps Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey or Jeff Bezos—billionaire geniuses whose ideas never miss? Bruce Walcott, professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and faculty advisor to the University of Kentucky Entrepreneurs Club, wants you to think of someone else: you.
Professor Victor W. Marek, who will retire this summer, delivered a "last lecture" to students, faculty and friends from inside and outside the Department of Computer Science on April 12.
Six University of Kentucky College of Engineering students represented the Big Blue Nation at the 2018 SEC Academic Conference at Auburn University April 7-9, 2018.
Registration is open for the Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI) Regional Workshop and Summer Camp 2018 at the University of Kentucky. The regional workshop will take place on May 14 and the summer camp on May 15-18.
The last talk in the Department of Computer Science's Distinguished Lecture Series on Cybersecurity will be delivered by Professor William H. Sanders from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on Monday, April 16, 2018.
On April 1, "60 Minutes" aired a story that featured the research of W. Brent Seales called "The Scrolls of Herculaneum." The segment discussed the history of the Herculaneum library and Seales' recent success virtually unwrapping a burned 1,700-year old scroll of the biblical book of Leviticus.