Q and A with Dr. Adrienne Dixson

Q and A with Adrienne Dixson, Ph.D. Professor, Educational Leadership Studies Executive Director of the Education and Civil Rights Initiatve Your nationally recognized scholarship focuses on how educational equity is impacted by issues of race, class and gender, and how they intersect. For those outside the field, can you explain … Read More

Feb. 8: Free Screening of ‘Let the Little Light Shine’

Register to attend a free screening of the film “Let the Little Light Shine,” 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8 in 158 Taylor Education Building (auditorium). This film, directed by Kevin Shaw, explores what happens when a top-ranked elementary school is threatened to be replaced by a new high school favoring … Read More

UK College of Education acting dean announced

University of Kentucky Provost Robert S. DiPaola named Danelle Stevens-Watkins, Ph.D., acting dean of the College of Education, effective Jan. 4, 2023. Stevens-Watkins is a professor in the Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology, as well as the university’s associate vice president for research, diversity and inclusion. “I am honored … Read More

Fall 2022 Dean’s List

For outstanding academic performance, 772 University of Kentucky College of Education students were named to the Fall 2022 Dean’s List. At the UK College of Education, students are prepared to inspire and lead, becoming well-prepared professionals, ready to address some of society’s most critical needs. To make the list, students … Read More

UK education students deliver final project at local schools

University of Kentucky College of Education students carried bundles of instructional tools into Fayette County’s Breckinridge and Cassidy elementary schools for the ultimate ending to their practicum semester. The seniors, majoring in elementary education and special education, spent the previous weeks gaining experience in classrooms across the school district and … Read More

$1.1 million FEMA grant supports study of firefighter injuries

Researchers from the University of Kentucky’s College of Education and College of Health Sciences have received a $1.1 million grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to serve as principal investigators on a new study to promote injury mitigation, better work outcomes and a reduction in financial burdens for … Read More

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