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Want to launch a successful career in engineering?

Are you interested in obtaining a degree - and perhaps pursing an academic career - in engineering?

The Center for Applied Energy Research (CAER) and the College of Engineering of the University of Kentucky (UK) have established a research center-based mentoring initiative with funding from the Broadening Participation in Engineering program of the National Science Foundation. Mentoring opportunities are available to incoming African American, Hispanic or Native American engineering students at both the undergraduate and graduate level.


Steven Roberts and mentor Jim Hower -- featured in WFPL story

Sarah Hodges studies abroad -- Grenoble, France

College of Engineering Opens $3.5 Million Center for Student Success -- UK Now

Research Enhances Traditional Undergraduate Education - Sarah Hodges

UK UG Research Program goes International - Sarah Hodges

Courtney McKelphin - UK CAER Mentor - talks about opportunities

Mentored students Chelsea Robinson and Sarah Hodges talk about participating in outreach

Contact Us

Email: Program Directors 
Phone: 859-257-2451