Mechanical engineering senior Chelsea Elizabeth Robinson and Taunya Phillips (BSCHE '87) were honored at the 28th annual Lyman T. Johnson Torch of Excellence Awards Dinner last month.
Past program participants have been invited to present their research at conferences, been awarded competitive grants and others have secured publications in leading journals.
SWE has tripled its membership in the past four years and was named the UK 2016-2017 Student Organization of the Year.
As a part of the prize, Vijay Shah and Atieh Khamesi will be awarded a travel grant to attend the 2018 National Supercomputing Conference (SC'18) in Dallas, Texas.
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.
Alumnus L. Berkley Davis Jr., who retired in 2016, currently holds 101 patents. He was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2006, the UK College of Engineering’s Hall of Distinction in 2007, the UK Hall of Distinguished Alumni in 2015.
Civil engineering assistant professor Gabriel Dadi and his CE508 class endured a steady onslaught of rain and took a site visit to the UK College of Law building currently under construction.
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.
In late July 2018, three students, a UK professor, and a professional mentor journeyed from Kentucky to the southeast African nation, where they spent three weeks constructing a kitchen facility in a local schoolhouse.
Sue Nokes will become the college’s first associate dean for faculty affairs and facilities and John Balk will become the next associate dean for research and graduate studies.