Educational Innovations Revitalizing Appalachia

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Schools across the country are seeking better ways to match the skills of their graduates with opportunities that exist beyond high school. In parts of the country where jobs are scarce, educators have an even bigger challenge.  Being “college and career ready” just isn’t enough. Graduates in these pockets of … Read More

Bausch Appointed to State Panel

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  Gov. Steve Beshear has appointed Dr. Margaret Bausch to the Kentucky State Advisory Panel for Exceptional Children. The panel provides policy guidance with respect to special education and related services for children with disabilities in Kentucky as defined by special education regulations and applicable state and federal law.

Team Chaired by McCormick Helps University Receive Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

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  Recognizing the University of Kentucky’s commitment to its surrounding local, national and global communities, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching recently announced the university has been selected to receive the 2015 Community Engagement Classification. UK College of Education faculty member Katherine McCormick, professor of interdisciplinary early childhood … Read More

Scholarship Applications Now Available

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General scholarship applications for incoming freshmen, current undergraduate, and graduate College of Education students are now available. Pick up an application in the Taylor Education Building, room 166, or download an application at this link: https://education.uky.edu/resources/student-resources/scholarships-and-financial-aid/ All applications must be submitted to Sarah DeVriendt in TEB 166 by February 13. Questions? … Read More

Understanding Multiple Sclerosis Patients’ Needs

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Dr. Malachy Bishop has received a $329,000 research grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to increase understanding of what people with multiple sclerosis (MS) want from their health care. Previous studies have shown health care works best when patients participate in its design and delivery. However, the health care … Read More

Want to Study Abroad This Summer?

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Students (regardless of major) are invited to study abroad with the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion. New courses and programs are available for UK study abroad in Summer 2015. Along with aid from the International Center for Education Abroad and Exchanges, Dr. Rosie Lanphere and Dr. Randy Crist join … Read More

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