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Courtney Eaton (front) with her students in South Africa University of Kentucky College of Education student Courtney Eaton, who is student-teaching this semester in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, is one of 850 undergraduate students from 359 colleges and universities across the United States selected to receive the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship. The scholarship offers grants for undergraduate...
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Thelin on ESPN Outside the Lines

Dr. John Thelin appeared on ESPN’s Outside the Lines (OTL) in January to share his perspective on why he believes student-athletes should not be paid.  He was interviewed by anchor Bob Ley, and appeared alongside Dr. B. David Ridpath, from Ohio University, who offered opposing views during the segment. The episode can be viewed online at Read More → -->
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