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Record Number of Power and Energy Certificates Awarded

In the 2022-23 academic year, a record number of 66 certificates in power and energy were awarded. This is the largest number of certificates awarded in the history of the program. 

PEIK and SPARK Researchers Recieve Best Paper Award

Power and Energy Institute of Kentucky (PEIK) and SPARK Laboratory researchers received a best paper award at the 2023 International Conference on Renewable Energy Applications (ICRERA).

Toyota to Host Toyota Day at UK

Toyota Day will take place on Nov. 6 and 7 in the Gatton Student Center. The event will showcase the exciting new technology and career opportunities within Toyota. Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to hear from senior engineers and Toyota team members, share in demonstrations, attend a variety of tech talks and meet the Toyota Motorsports team. 

Engineering Students Named Finalists at 5-Minunte Fast Track

The University of Kentucky Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) named its ten finalists in the 5-Minute Fast Track Competition last week. Among those, were Sydney Chapman, a senior, majoring in computer science and Ashbey Manning, a senior, majoring in chemical engineering.

Engineering Students Named Winners at Sustainability Showcase

Engineering students McKenna Clinch and Donovin Lewis were named winners at the third annual sustainability research poster competition. 

David Lu Awarded 2023 Reclamation Fellowship for Membrane Technology

David Lu, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, has been selected for a 2023 Reclamation Fellowship for Membrane Technology from the American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) and the Bureau of Reclamation.

BREAKTHROUGH: Discovery made from within 2,000 year-old Herculaneum scrolls

The Herculaneum scrolls are among the most iconic and inaccessible of the world’s vast collection of damaged manuscripts, but since being burned and carbonized by the catastrophic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 CE, they’ve been deemed “unreadable.” 

Until now. 

Celebrating 25 years: 25 facts about UK's Engineering Paducah Campus

As they celebrate their 25th year, here are 25 things to know about the UK College of Engineering Extended Campus at Paducah.

He Receives NSF Funding to Develop Digital Twin Predictive Reliability Models for Solid State Transformers

JiangBiao He, associate professor and endowed L. Stanley Pigman Faculty Fellow in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, serves as PI on the project, which will receive $480,000 over three years. 

Alumnus Ralph Palmer Makes $10,000 Gift to Civil Engineering

Palmer, a distinguished graduate of the University of Kentucky and the Department of Civil Engineering, has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to supporting the development of tomorrow's leaders.