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The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Student News Site of University of Kentucky

Kentucky Kernel

The Society of Women Engineers is a growing organization that aims to empower more women in the engineering field.

Society of Women Engineers increases visibility of females in field

Haley Hintz March 1, 2019

There is no question that the career field of engineering has been historically male-dominated, but the UK Society of Women Engineers celebrates women’s participation and visibility.President of the...

#IAmAWomanInSTEM works toward helping women in STEM majors at UK.

Student org offers support to female students in scientific fields

Hailey Peters January 25, 2019

Throughout the world, less than 30 percent of people employed in fields of science, technology, engineering and math are women. The percentage of women who go on to take leadership roles in STEM jobs is...

Police cars were parked next to Jewell Hall, a dorm on UKs campus, on Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2018, in Lexington, Kentucky. A student was transported from the scene via ambulance after 2 p.m. Photo by Jordan Prather | Staff

UPDATE: UK student has died after incident at Jewell Hall

Jacob Eads January 24, 2019

A UK student who was taken away from Jewell Hall yesterday via ambulance has died. 19-year-old Sean Culley died Wednesday evening, according to an email issued to all students within UK’s College of...

Senior Electrical Engineering majors Cole Richardson and Sarah Cusick are already taking advantage of the new James and Gay Hardymon Center for Student Success located in Anderson Tower on the University of Kentucky campus in Lexington, Kentucky on Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017. Kaitlyn Gumm | Staff

New Center for Student Success is ‘one-stop-shop’ for engineering students

Bailey Vandiver September 20, 2017

A $3.5 million donation to the College of Engineering funded the James and Gay Hardymon Center for Student Success.Alumnus James F. Hardymon donated the money for the renovation of the third floor of F....

23 miles, 60 years of change

Lexington Souers February 4, 2016

The 23 miles between Lexington and Frankfort meant a change of worlds for UK Alum James Manly.Manly transferred to UK as a sophomore in 1956 to pursue a degree in engineering. He spent his freshman year...

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