The project is titled, “RII Track-4: Elucidating Controls of Sediment Phosphorus Delivery to Tile-Drains” and will be funded in the amount of $226,757.
The patent is titled, “Electrical Double Layer in Nanopores for Detection and Identification of Molecules and Submolecular Units.”
The conference received over 280 papers from across the globe.
Students majoring in any of UK’s engineering disciplines are eligible to be Pigman Scholars. Candidates must be a resident of Kentucky and have financial need.
Agioutantis is the first faculty member to represent the University of Kentucky on the editorial board of the publication.
To make a Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.6 or higher and must have earned 12 credits or more in that semester, excluding credits earned in pass-fail classes.
New Life Day Center was founded by Hall of Distinction alumnus Steve Polston (BSME 1970).
The University of Kentucky College of Engineering has launched a new way for young alumni to remain involved with the college and make a lasting impact.
The article is titled, "Eastern Kentucky railyard revitalization" and was co-authored with Emeritus Professor Jerry Rose.
Rebecca Liebert, executive vice president at PPG, is donating more than $6 million to provide scholarship support to undergraduate students from Eastern Kentucky — with an emphasis on supporting female students and those who would strengthen UK’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.