Last month, undergraduate students from the department of mining engineering participated in the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration Metallic Student Design Competition in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Leighanne Lyvers was awarded the prestigious 4-H Emerald Award, the highest honor in Kentucky 4-H achievement programs.
The U.S. Marine Corps will be landing four of its combat helicopters on the University of Kentucky campus on Thursday, April 14 from 2:00 to 5:00 pm at the William H. Pieratt Intramural Fields. The event is free and open to the public.
Nathaniel Hudson, a Ph.D. candidate in computer science, has been named a Diverse Rising Graduate Scholar by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, a newsmagazine that focuses on matters of access, diversity, inclusion and opportunity in higher education. Nominations were from all over the country, and only ten graduate students are chosen for the distinction each year.
The University of Kentucky College of Engineering will host Erica Volini, senior vice president of ACE Go-to-Market Operations for ServiceNow, and one of the foremost experts on the future of work. Volini’s talk, which will explore the intersection of diversity, equity & inclusion, and the workplace of the future, is made possible by UK’s Donovan Trust.
PAINTSVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) - A partnership between Johnson Central High School (JCHS) and the University of Kentucky College of Engineering has the Golden Eagles planning to drive on sunshine. With funding from the university and the donation of one of the program’s solar cars, students across the JCHS career pathway courses are working to create a solar car of their own.
Laura Waldman, a doctoral student in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, was one of four individuals awarded a University Research Postdoctoral Fellowship.
The Fellowship is a highly selective summer internship and executive mentorship program. It connects exceptional college juniors, seniors and graduate students with paid internships, mentors and networking opportunities in the commercial spaceflight sector.
Michael Kalinski, professor in the Department of Civil Engineering, has been elected as President-Elect of the Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS).
It’s not often that seeing something you built set ablaze is cause for celebration. However, for a team of University of Kentucky students and scientists, triumph was found in seeing their work survive a fiery entry and safely land in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.