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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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Careers

Dean Buchheit Announces Plan to Hire 20 New Faculty Members for 2019-2020

Departments looking for talented faculty include biomedical engineering, chemical and materials engineering, civil engineering, computer science, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering and mining engineering.

UK Research Demonstrates TNCs a Major Contributor to Roadway Congestion in San Francisco

The report found that Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) accounted for approximately 50 percent of the rise in congestion in San Francisco between 2010 and 2016.

Smith Working With Louisville Metro to Save Lives With Drone Technology

Since 2002, UK has been at the forefront of using unmanned aerial systems for research. Suzanne Smith, director the UK Unmanned Systems Research Consortium, is leading the way.

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October 25 at 12:00pm

Houston Texas

November 10 at 11:30am

Embassy Suites

November 12 at (All day)

Los Angeles

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Renita Friese

When Renita Friese tells people about her job, she’s usually met with disbelief or strange looks. Why? Because she designs lethal weapons.


Alumni & Philanthropy Mechanical Engineering

Alumni

José Graña-Otero

“I remember telling my parents at a very young age that I wanted to study fluid mechanics,” José Graña-Otero says with a chuckle. “I don’t know exactly why I said that, and I’m not sure I even knew what it was.”


Mechanical Engineering

Faculty

VIDEO: Isabella Ritz

Isabella Ritz has discovered that a materials engineering major, combined with a biomedical engineering minor, can lead to exciting research possibilities in the field of biomaterials.


Biomedical Engineering Chemical and Materials Engineering Materials Engineering

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