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The Insitute of Research for Technology Development Celebrate the dedication of the Ken Kreafle TrueLean Networking Lounge

On Thursday, June 27 the Stanley and Karen Pigman College of Engineering celebrated the dedication of the Ken Kreafle TrueLean Networking Lounge with a generous gift from Jeff and Barbara Stryker.

PEIK and SPARK student researchers receive top poster awards at IEEE PES T&D International Conference and Exposition

Rosemary E. Alden and Steven B. Poore, received the first and second prize, respectively, in the Graduate Student Poster Competition at the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) Transmission & Distribution (T&D) International Conference and Exposition. 

High school student in Zan Paterson's lab receives worldwide recognition

Grace Sun, a 16-year-old Paul Laurence Dunbar High School student, was awarded the $75,000 top prize from the 2024 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair for her work completed in Paterson's Organic Materials and Devices Laboratory. 

SEEK Welcomes High School Students for its Inaugural Engineering Summer Camp

SEEK allows students to explore various facets of civil engineering that deal with infrastructure and infrastructure systems.

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program recognizes 5 Pigman College of Engineering students, alums

The University of Kentucky Office of Nationally Competitive Awards has announced a total of eight students and recent graduates have been selected as award winners of the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program. Of these eight, five were from the Pigman College of Engineering. 

Herrin elected Institute of Noise Control Engineering Fellow

The Institute of Noise Control Engineering of the USA (INCE-USA) Board of Directors has elected University of Kentucky’s David Herrin, professor of vibrations and acoustics in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, an INCE Fellow.

UK student design teams take home top honors at mining and metallurgy competition

Two teams, comprised of undergraduate students from the UK Department of Mining Engineering, claimed first and third place victories in two national design competitions.

Students shine at IEEE SoutheastCon 24

The University of Kentucky Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) recently showcased its students' talents at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) SoutheastCon 2024 in Atlanta, Georgia. 

UK researcher receives NSF CAREER award to develop data-driven, smart technologies for sustainable living

Using groundbreaking artificial intelligence (AI) technology, a University of Kentucky researcher is developing a machine learning pipeline with the goal of improving our quality of life.

Celebrating the engineering technology inaugural class

The Fujio Cho Department of Engineering Technology in the Stanley and Karen Pigman College of Engineering was established in the Fall of 2021 through a 2 + 2 partnership with the Bluegrass Community and Technical College. It offers two distinct degrees: Computer Engineering Technology and Lean Systems Engineering Technology. Upon completing their Associate of Applied Science degree in engineering technology at the community college, students can pursue the bachelor’s degree in the corresponding engineering technology pathway at the Pigman College of Engineering. The programs are on track to graduate the first cohorts in May 2025.