Global Energy Issues Summer 2
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Global Energy Issues Summer 2

Curtis Bethel, a sophomore studying chemical engineering, is studying on the Global Energy Issues in Karlsruhe, Germany during summer session 2. This program is in conjunction with the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Karlsruhe, Germany, the UK college of Engineering offered this program to students from all academic disciples. The course critically examines issues associated with … Continue reading

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Bartlett Proposal Selected

Mr. Allan Bartlett has been informed that his proposal for “Study Abroad: Supplement to Engineering Education” has been selected for support via the 2014-2015 Education Abroad Outcomes Assessment Research Grant. Bartlett was awarded the amount of $1,500 for this proposal. Melody Ryan, the Chair of the Education Abroad Committee, informed him of this selection. The … Continue reading

Renewable Energy Program in Spain
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Renewable Energy Program in Spain

Students from the College of Engineering recently completed a summer program examining renewable energy in the Navarre region of Spain, which generates over 70% of its power from renewable sources. Centered in the city of Pamplona, the students participating in this program considered issues in the renewable energy sector, including public policy and the economic … Continue reading

Agricultural Development in Brazil
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Agricultural Development in Brazil

This post originally appeared on UK’s Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering website.  A group of students, faculty, and staff recently returned from a two-week study-abroad trip to Brazil that Tim Stombaugh, Ph.D., P.E, organized in conjunction with Brian Steward of Iowa State University. The May 10-26 excursion was similar to trips taken in 2010 and 2012, … Continue reading