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Careers

Dean Buchheit Announces Plan to Hire 20 New Faculty Members for 2019-2020

Departments looking for talented faculty include biomedical engineering, chemical and materials engineering, civil engineering, computer science, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering and mining engineering.

Balk Receives Three-Year $835,000 Grant from the Department of Energy

The overarching goal of the project is an improved understanding of processing-structure-property links in multi-principal element alloy (MPEA) materials, specifically the effects of alloy composition on mechanical behavior, with a focus on ductility.

Chemical Engineering Students Attend Annual AIChE Student Conference

The UK students represented the AIChE student chapters for the chemical engineering programs in Lexington and at the College of Engineering Extended Campus in Paducah.

Events

December 14 at 10:00am

Rupp Arena

February 23 at 9:00am

Ralph G. Anderson Building

Spotlights

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Jonathan Pham

Jonathan Pham says distinguishing between solids and liquids is a lot more complicated than you think.


Chemical and Materials Engineering Materials Engineering

Faculty

Abby Styer

As a high school senior, a University of Kentucky College of Engineering workshop altered the course of Abby Styer's life. Now, the mining engineering junior loves wearing a hard hat and blowing stuff up. 


Mining Engineering

Student

Mariantonieta Gutierrez Soto

The day before Hurricane Michael roared into the Florida panhandle, we interviewed civil engineering assistant professor Mariantonieta Gutierrez Soto, who wants to help buildings take Mother Nature's best punch.


Civil Engineering

Faculty