Elizabeth Aikman, a chemical engineering student from the University of Kansas, spent the summer working with BME professor and chair Guigen Zhang.
The 2nd Annual Breakfast at Keeneland event took place on Saturday, April 13th, 2019.
The contests will begin each day at 8:00 a.m. at the Lexington Convention Center Heritage Hall. The public is welcome to attend.
On July 30, 2019, volunteers from the Department of Computer Science presented the Hour of Code at the Powell County Senior Citizen Center in Stanton, Kentucky.
The Professional Engineers in Mining Seminar (PEM) is scheduled for September 6 at the Clarion Hotel Conference Center North in Lexington.
Agouridis is director of the Stream and Watershed Science graduate certificate and co-director of the Environmental Engineering undergraduate certificate programs.
All College of Engineering alumni, faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend. Food and drinks will be served at no cost.
The total amount of the award is approximately $500,000. The project will involve collaboration between University of Kentucky and Stevens Institute of Technology.
The award is intended to honor a person who has significantly advanced the technology and practice of noise control engineering through unique contributions to the education of future noise control engineers.
Nichols is one of four UK students, from a total of 16, who were selected for the highly competitive NASA Academy at NASA Langley Research Center.