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UK to Host Notable North American Membrane Society Conference

The University of Kentucky and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology will host the 27th Annual Meeting of the North American Membrane Society (NAMS) at the Hilton Lexington June 9-13.


UK CAER Researchers Spinning a Path Forward for Kentucky Manufacturers

The University of Kentucky Center for Applied Energy Research (UK CAER) is primed to partner with Kentucky companies to ensure the Commonwealth remains at the leading technological edge.


Lami Wins Best Overall Poster Award at EIPBN Annual Conference

Sarah Khammas Lami, a doctoral student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, won the “Best Overall Poster Award” at the 62nd International Conference on Electron, Ion, and Photon Beam Technology and Fabrication.


Nancy Miller and Cassandra Rogers Win Staff Excellence Awards

At the annual College of Engineering Staff Appreciation Luncheon, Interim Dean Larry Holloway announced that Nancy Miller and Cassandra Rogers were this year's Staff Excellence Award winners.


Changing the Context

To improve life on Earth, Twyman Clements (BSME '09, MSME '11) and Gentry Barnett (BSEE '06, MSBME '08) are focused on space.


Turning STEM Majors into STEM Educators

The UK College of Engineering is part of a project designed to attract UK students to a unique undergraduate certification program in which they graduate with a double major in a STEM content area(s) and STEM education.


Calvert City Community Advisory Team Donates To Paducah Campus

The Calvert City Community Advisory Team (CCCAT) recently donated $10,000 for student scholarships to West Kentucky Community and Technical College (WKCTC) and the University of Kentucky College of Engineering at Paducah (UK).


Students Designing Capsules for NASA

During the past four years, two entry capsules have entered the atmosphere as a result of the College's partnership with NASA.


Marine Turned UK Grad Will Aid Human Missions to Mars

If anyone understands overcoming challenges to earn an engineering degree, it's 2018 computer engineering graduate Austin Langton.


Three High School Students Complete Two Years in Harik’s Research Group

In fall 2016, three students from Paul Laurence Dunbar High School’s High School Math, Science & Technology Center program joined Raymond-Blythe Professor of Civil Engineering Issam Harik’s research team.