Debby L. Keen, College of Engineering, Department of Computer Science, and Matthew J. Beck, College of Engineering, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, have been recognized with Outstanding Teacher Awards. Read more at UKnow...
After working for more than 10 years on unlocking an ancient piece of history, what lies inside damaged Herculaneum scrolls, University of Kentucky Department of Computer Science Chair and Professor Brent Seales has built software that will visualize the scrolls' writings as they would be if unrolled.
Abigail Shelton, a University of Kentucky freshman Honors student from Mount Washington, Kentucky, has been selected as a finalist in the first Knight Cities Challenge, a national call for new ideas to make 26 communities around the country more vibrant places to live and work.
On December 13, 2014, Powell County students joined the mission to introduce 100 million students to computer science. Computers are everywhere, but fewer schools teach computer science than ten years ago. Girls and minorities are severely underrepresented. Some sources estimate as many as 1 million unfilled computer-related jobs by 2020. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this, one hour at a time: the Hour of Code helps introduce students to computer programming and computer science.
Three UK programming teams placed in the top 25 out of 100 teams in a recent collegiate computer programming competition—including a fifth-place finish.
Abigail Coleman, a computer science major in the University Scholars program, has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Duncan E. Clarke Memorial Innovation Award.
When it comes to research excellence, Anthony J. Elam has a proven history of getting the right people together. Read more in our Kentucky Engineering Journal: Research Edition.
Haden Pike, a computer science junior, lives in Lexington, and his father commutes 45 minutes every day from Garrard County to take him to class.
When senior Kyle Blagg decided he might want to transfer to the University of Kentucky his first step was to take a campus visit. As he and his father, a UK alumnus, walked through the College of Engineering buildings, Blagg noticed something different about his dad.