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Explore What Makes Our World Work at E-Day

This year's celebration of Engineers Day, or E-Day, will be held at the University of Kentucky College of Engineering from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 24. The event, located in the engineering complex on campus, will celebrate everything engineers and computer scientists do to make the 21st-century what it is today. The event is free and open to the public.

From Jay Z to Super Bowl Halftime Shows: UK Grad Engineers Entertainment

From automated giant drawbridges to multi-story audience structures, if Hollywood needs a spectacular set or special effects, Casalino and his colleagues at All Access Staging Productions in Los Angeles get the call.

A Blueprint for Teaching: When Gabriel Dadi looks at students in his classroom, he always takes the long view

“Gabe Dadi is a perfect example of how you can be a great researcher and a great teacher while maintaining an excellent attitude and maintaining a healthy work-life balance."

Events

March 12 at (All day)

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March 22 at 10:00am

Hilary J. Boone Center

April 13 at (All day)

Lexington Convention Center

April 13 at (All day)

Ralph G. Anderson Building

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Bradley Wilson

UK junior Bradley Wilson has experienced the impact of DanceBlue first hand – as a two-time pediatric cancer survivor. Now he’s leading the fight against cancer on the floor as part of DanceBlue’s student leadership.


Chemical Engineering

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Damarcus Smiley

When Damarcus Smiley began his chemical engineering studies at the University of Kentucky, he was adamant about one thing: he did not want to participate in the College of Engineering’s Cooperative Education Program (Co-op).


Chemical Engineering

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Erika Hernandez

Born in Medellin, Colombia, Erika Hernandez attended the University of New Mexico as an exchange student majoring in civil engineering.


Civil Engineering

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