Two faculty positions are open, both with start dates of August 2020.
Lami will receive up to $1,000 for travel to a professional conference of her choosing.
The $2.7 million project includes DOE funding and industry and university cost-share.
Introduction to Humanitarian Engineering is taught by Department of Civil Engineering assistant professor Shakira Hobbs.
Materials engineering doctoral student Mike Detisch won two awards at the Imagine Membrane Conference in Horta, Portugal, in September.
Using cutting-edge technology, Seales is creating a comprehensive catalog of Herculaneum papyri.
James Griffioen, computer science professor and director of the UK Center for Computational Sciences, will be on the new Kentucky Research Computing team.
$3 Million NSF Grant to Support the Next Generation of Kentucky Food, Energy and Water Systems Innovators
UK faculty members Carmen Agouridis and Isabel Escobar will be involved with the project.
Faculty members Akinbode Adedeji and Kevin Donohue are developing ways to keep healthy U.S. apples in the supply chain.
Such competitions allow teams to improve through an honest assessment of their abilities under stressful conditions.