In this issue of Quadrangle, we shine the spotlight on several programs and projects currently underway within the College of Engineering that we think you will find interesting.
While many UK College of Engineering students solve problems in their own backyards, others are traveling halfway around the world. In this issue, we profile UK’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders, a humanitarian nonprofit that partners with developing communities to improve quality of life through engineering projects and training. UK undergraduates and their faculty advisers are working with the country of Cameroon to improve a 25-mile road connecting the small community of Nkuv with the closest major city. We also visit with “awesome” young alum Nick Such, learn about what Cooperative Education students are doing and more.
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