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Four UK Engineering Graduates Receive NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

Annually, the NSF awards approximately 1,500 fellowships from an applicant pool of over 12,000.

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.

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July 25 at 6:00pm

Whitaker Bank Ballpark

August 1 at 8:00am

UK Campus

August 29 at 4:00pm

Courtyard

September 5 at (All day)

TBD

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JoAnna Lio Amos

JoAnna Lio Amos is a producer at EA for Maxis, the studio behind "The Sims" and "SimCity™." EA is a global leader in digital interactive entertainment, and "The Sims" franchise alone has sold more than 175 million units since its launch in 2000.


Computer Science

Alumni

Monon Rahman

Racing enthusiast Monon Rahman will graduate this spring with a mechanical engineering degree at the age of 19. Next up? A spot in the NASCAR Diversity Internship Program.


Mechanical Engineering

Alumni

Edward Ojini

A junior majoring in electrical engineering, Edward Ojini is taking all he’s learning inside and outside the classroom and analyzing how it will help him once he returns to Nigeria.


Electrical and Computer Engineering

Student