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May Campaign for Scholarships Raises over $425,000

Alumni and friends of the UK College of Engineering donated $426,242.70 toward scholarships for the class of 2024.

UK Offering Online Bourbon Production Course Open to Anyone

The University of Kentucky College of Engineering is offering EGR 380: Bourbon Production Engineering in an online format. The course is open to anyone and will run from May 12 – June 23.

UK College of Engineering Announces 35 Pigman Scholars for 2020-2021 Academic Year

The scholarships are renewable up to four years and the annual amounts to be given range from $1,000 - $15,000, with 25 of the 35 to receive at least $5,000. The total amount of scholarship money to be donated is $212,500.


Holloway Fields Jr.

Holloway Fields Jr. was the first African American to receive a bachelor’s degree, not only in engineering, but at the University of Kentucky.

Electrical and Computer Engineering

Kelly Lynch

Growing up in Glasgow, Kentucky, Kelly Lynch — not unlike most bright-eyed kids — had dreams of becoming an astronaut. For most, those aspirations are fleeting. For Lynch, they never faded.

Kris Wood

Kris Wood (BSCHE 2002), is associate professor of pharmacology and cancer biology at Duke University. He is the co-founder of three companies.

Chemical Engineering