Computer science doctoral student Asare Nkansah (BSCS 2019) was one of three students to work with Apple on the app.
Dr. David Pienkowski, Siavash Mazdeyasna and Matt Ballard received awards at the 2019 Tau Beta Pi Award Ceremony on April 9.
Computer science assistant professor Corey Baker says universities must do a better job recruiting, retaining and graduating minority students in engineering. Thus far, his own efforts are proving to be very successful.
The three-year grant is for approximately $600,000 and will involve collaboration with the Georgia Tech Institute of Technology.
The college is now offering a graduate certificate in power systems that will be available entirely online. Four more online graduate certificates are scheduled to open for registration by spring 2020.
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.
Allen Waugerman, BSEE 1994, has served at Lexmark since 1991. He had been Lexmark's senior vice president and chief technology officer since 2016.
Ken Kreafle, longtime employee of Toyota, was inducted into the Shingo Institute’s Academy, or Hall of Fame April 30, 2019 at the annual Shingo Conference. Kreafle has a long association with the University of Kentucky, College of Engineering’s Lean Systems Program.
Mechanical engineering professor Suzanne Smith and chemical engineering lecturer Sarah Wilson received Outstanding Teaching Awards during the 2019 UK Faculty Awards Ceremony.