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Spotlight on STEMgiQueers

STEMgiQueers is the College of Engineering's student organization for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersexed, Androgynous, or other gender/queer questioning students and allies of the LGBTQIA* community.

Brittany E. Givens Received the ORAU Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award

Brittany E. Givens, assistant professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, received the 2022 Oak Ridge Associated Universities (ORAU) Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award.

Isabel Escobar to Serve as Chellgren Chair, Director of the Chellgren Center for Undergraduate Excellence

University of Kentucky Senior Associate Provost for Administration and Academic Affairs Kathryn M. Cardarelli sent the following email to UK faculty on Tuesday, June 21, 2022.

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Nathaniel Hudson

Nathaniel Hudson, a Ph.D. candidate in computer science, has been named a Diverse Rising Graduate Scholar by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Nominations were from all over the country, and only ten graduate students are chosen for the distinction each year.


Computer Science

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Janet Lumpp

Janet Lumpp has always had a knack for creating solutions to unique challenges. Eager to follow in her father’s footsteps, Lumpp knew she wanted to be an engineer from the time she was in middle school.


Electrical and Computer Engineering

Faculty

Chess Necessary

In Chess Necessary’s mind, the University of Kentucky offered the ideal engineering school. Its biggest flaw, however, was that it was too close to home.


Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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