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.
The awards recognize one exempt and one non-exempt staff member who demonstrate exemplary ability and outstanding performance in their respective positions and who contribute to the overall success of the College.
Two University of Kentucky engineering students, Cary Brown and Kyra Seevers, have been selected to receive Research Internships in Science and Engineering.
Eura Shin was one of three UK students to receive a 2019 Barry Goldwater Scholarship. Over 5,000 college students from around the country applied for the prestigious scholarship.
The award recognizes the accomplishments of individuals and academic or professional units that demonstrate a sustained commitment to diversity and inclusion through campus and community involvement and exemplary leadership.
The annual College of Engineering Awards Banquet sponsored by Tau Beta Pi took place April 9, 2019 at the Bill Gatton Student Center.
Lonnie Bellar, Claude "Skip" Berry III, David Houchin, Mary Beth Willis Hudson, Karen Martin Maxwell and Steve Polston were inducted into the Hall of Distinction April 12.
UK computer science and mathematics junior and Pep Band member John Schulz brings Big Blue colors to the stands through 3D tiles spelling out his allegiance to the Wildcats.
Nathan Jacobs, associate professor of computer science, collaborated with the Kentucky Geological Survey to investigate the use of machine learning to identify Kentucky sinkholes in aerial LiDAR data.
Brent Seales has received a $325,000 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant for his groundbreaking project, "Reading the Invisible Library: Rescuing the Hidden Texts of Herculaneum."