Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM)
  • Video
  • Nov 5 2021

Sylvie Garneau-Tsodikova, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UK College of Pharmacy, will be featured on the CBS show "Mission Unstoppable" this Saturday morning.

  • Video
  • Nov 5 2021

Using NSF funding, Brent Seales has gathered a team of experts from UK's College of Engineering and the College of Arts and Sciences to build EduceLab — UK’s vision for next-generation heritage science.

  • Podcast
  • Aug 10 2021

As summer camp season wraps up and a new school year begins, this “Research Made Possible” podcast shares how University of Kentucky researchers across campus are targeting science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. 

  • Article
  • Jul 23 2021

For 11 years, STEM Experiences camps have given students in second grade through high school opportunities to get a sneak peak of what it feels like to learn in university classrooms.

  • Article
  • May 10 2021

Recipients will receive a three-year annual stipend for a research-based master's or doctoral degree in a STEM-related field.

  • Article
  • May 7 2021

Undergraduate experiences and research opportunities lead soon-to-be graduate Matthew Farmer to a career in the field of analytical chemistry.

  • Article
  • Apr 19 2021

The Summer HealthCare Experience (SHE) in Oncology program, is aimed at empowering high school girls throughout Kentucky to learn more about the field of cancer medicine and research. The inaugural program will be held July 12-23 and will be virtual due to the ongoing pandemic.

  • Video
  • Apr 7 2021

Many undergraduates participate in research alongside UK’s world-class faculty. This high impact learning experience allows undergraduates to explore career options and set themselves apart for graduate or professional school or employment.

  • Video
  • Mar 31 2021

The STEM Through Authentic Research and Training (START) program at UK is creating a unique pipeline to promote careers for underrepresented populations, first-generation college students, and girls and women in STEM. START is funded by a five-year, $1.3 million Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.