Grant Provides Funding for Students Pursuing Degrees in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education

The University of Kentucky College of Education has received $1,250,000 in funding from the U.S. Department of Education to provide tuition support to students pursuing interdisciplinary training in the Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education – Moderate and Severe Disabilities master’s degree programs. “This grant will increase the number of … Read More

Graduate School Funding Opportunities

Considering a master’s degree? Funding opportunities may be available.Three new grants awarded to the University of Kentucky College of Education offer opportunities for funding and collaborative learning. Read more about the new programs: Grant Provides Funding for Students Pursuing Degrees in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education http://uknow.uky.edu/campus-news/grant-provides-funding-students-pursuing-degrees-applied-behavior-analysis-special Collaborative $1.2 Million … Read More

Rous Named 2022 Great Teacher

University of Kentucky College of Education professor Beth Rous is one of six UK educators named a 2022 Great Teacher by the UK Alumni Association. She is a professor in the Department of Educational Leadership Studies. Initiated in 1961, UK’s Great Teacher Award is the longest-running UK award recognizing teaching. … Read More

Kinesiology Student Named Scholar-Athlete of Year

Kentucky women’s track and field senior sprinter Abby Steiner, a sophomore kinesiology major in the University of Kentucky College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion, has been named the Southeastern Conference Women’s Indoor Track & Field Scholar-Athlete of the Year by a vote of the league head coaches. … Read More

UK Scholar Selected for National Educational Leadership Network

Stacey Love, an Educational Leadership doctoral scholar in the University of Kentucky College of Education, has been selected to participate in the Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Network. Love, who resides in University Heights, Ohio, is pursuing a Ph.D. online in the UK College of Education Department of Educational Leadership Studies. … Read More

Clinic Helps Students Become Lifelines for Families

As a busy working mother of two small children, Christina Hesley hesitated to walk away from her full-time job. Still, she dreamed of going to graduate school to expand her career by becoming a behavior analyst. Now, as a master’s trained, board-certified and licensed behavior analyst, Hesley is providing a … Read More

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