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We train students to solve monumental engineering challenges. We offer rigorous programs and enriching experiences that encourage collaboration and creativity. We provide an environment where students can cultivate curiosity through innovative research. We partner with industry through co-ops and internships to give students real-world experiences that lead to meaningful careers. We are a community making the future better through engineering. Join us and create a world that works.

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Brent Seales Awarded $2 Million Mellon Foundation Grant

Thanks to a prestigious grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Brent Seales can continue his quest to solve a 2,000-year-old mystery: reading the elusive texts within carbonized Herculaneum scrolls.

UK CAER Receives $3 Million From DOE to Develop Carbon Capture Technology

Kunlei Liu, associate director at CAER and associate professor of mechanical engineering in the UK College of Engineering, will serve as co-principal investigator.

Ken Kreafle inducted into Shingo Hall of Fame

Ken Kreafle, longtime employee of Toyota, was inducted into the Shingo Institute’s Academy, or Hall of Fame April 30, 2019 at the annual Shingo Conference. Kreafle has a long association with the University of Kentucky, College of Engineering’s Lean Systems Program.

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June 16 at 12:00pm

Woodland Glen III

September 13 at 6:00pm

Kroger Field

September 14 at (All day)

Corner of Cooper and Alumni

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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.


Diversity and Inclusion Electrical and Computer Engineering

Student

Caroline Gerwig

When Caroline Gerwig discovered that UK not only offers a degree in mining engineering, but also the option to minor in dance, she was interested. But UK's scholarship offers closed the deal.


Diversity and Inclusion Mining Engineering

Student