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Adjunct Faculty

University of Kentucky
800 Rose St.
Lexington, Kentucky 40536
United States

 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • MSCE degree
    University of Kentucky College of Engineering
  • BSCE Degree
    University of Kentucky College of Engineering
  • Masters work
  • J.D.
21 Total References
Web References
KOTV.com - The News On 6
www.kotv.com, 8 June 2006 [cached]
The Kentucky Kernel rejected the full-page ad sought by University of Kentucky adjunct professor Richard Cheeks that called for Smith's dismissal as the school's basketball coach.
Cheeks, a Jessamine County engineer and lawyer with two degrees from the University of Kentucky, said Thursday a group of between 500 and 1,000 fans have come to believe Smith is bad for the basketball program.
"We see the program in decline. ...We don't want it to decline the way the Louisville program did in the latter years when Denny Crum was there," Cheeks said."So we decided that we were going to begin to get our message out."
Cheeks and a group called Concerned Fans For UK Basketball sought to buy a $1,700 ad in the Kentucky Kernel.The paper rejected the ad, prompting Cheeks to call other media outlets.
J. Richard Cheeks, J.D., P.E.
www.richardcheeks.com, 23 Mar 2006 [cached]
Mr Cheeks integrates his experience as a consulting geotechnical engineer spanning four decades with his legal training to provide a broad range of service to members of the construction industry. Mr. Cheeks invites you to explore the full range of engineering and legal services he provides to his clients.
News
Richard Cheeks will begin his 32nd consecutive year as an adjunct professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Kentucky in September 2011. During his tenure, Mr. Cheeks has introduced a generation of Kentucky Civil Engineers to the non-technical aspects of engineering practice.
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Copyright 2004-11 Richard Cheeks
Associates
www.richardcheeks.com, 23 Mar 2006 [cached]
In 1972, Mr. J. Richard Cheeks graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Engineering with the BSCE and MSCE degrees. Mr. Cheeks' Masters work concentrated on this emerging discipline of geotechnical engineering. Mr. Cheeks began his private practice of geotechnical enginerring with Law Engineering Testing Company where he worked first in Jacksonville, Florida and then Nashville, Tennessee. At Law Engineering, Mr Cheeks applied his technical skills and developed a reputation for his attention to detail and his integrity.
Mr. Stokley's desire to slow down and retire merged with Mr. Cheeks' desire to return to Central Kentucky in 1978 when they joined to form Stokley-Cheeks and Associates, Inc. in 1980.
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Mr. Cheeks became President of Stokley-Cheeks and Associates, Inc., and Mr. Stokley retired in 1981.
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Over the last 20 years, when these failures have geotechnical grounds, Mr. Cheeks has been asked to determine what went wrong and who was responsible. By the early 1990s, about half of Mr. Cheeks' personal practice was forensic, and in the late 1990s, Mr. Cheeks decided to attend law school and dedicate his remaining engineering career to forensics. Today, Mr. Cheeks provides forensic geotechnical engineering services to owners, design professionals, contractors and their lawyers.
Please feel welcome to explore the Stokley-Cheeks web pages here for more information about Mr. Cheeks, his work, and his expertise.
Mr. Cheeks' Resume'
Forensic Project Profiles
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Mr. Cheeks' Sworn Testimony
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Copyright 2004-05 Richard Cheeks
Karst House Site
www.richardcheeks.com, 13 Mar 2014 [cached]
Copyright 2004 Richard Cheeks
AP Wire | 06/08/2006 | Student paper rejects ad aimed at Kentucky basketball coach
www.kentucky.com, 8 June 2006 [cached]
The Kentucky Kernel rejected the full-page ad sought by University of Kentucky adjunct professor Richard Cheeks calling for Smith's dismissal as the Wildcats basketball coach.
Cheeks, a Jessamine County engineer and lawyer with two degrees from the University of Kentucky, said a group of between 500 and 1,000 fans have come to believe Smith is bad for the basketball program.
"We see the program in decline. ...We don't want it to decline the way the Louisville program did in the latter years when Denny Crum was there," Cheeks said."So we decided that we were going to begin to get our message out."
Cheeks and a group called Concerned Fans For UK Basketball sought to buy a $1,700 ad in the Kentucky Kernel.The paper rejected the ad, prompting Cheeks to call other media outlets.
Smith could not be reached for comment.
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