Researchers Partner to Explore Impact of Social and Cultural Pressures on Women’s Sexual Desire

Women’s sexual desire is influenced by a host of factors. In a study published in Sexuality & Culture, University of Kentucky College of Education researchers homed in on a piece of the puzzle — the influence of social and cultural issues on desire. It’s a factor not often studied, particularly … Read More

Education Abroad Program Immerses Students in Sexual Health Education Culture in the Netherlands

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The University of Kentucky Office of LGBTQ* Resources — in partnership with Dr. Kristen Mark, LGBTQ* Resources faculty fellow and faculty member in the UK College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion — is offering a unique education abroad experience focused on gender and sexuality in Kentucky and … Read More

No More Zeros in K12 Education?

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Dr. Thomas Guskey’s standards-based grading work, and the efforts he has been supporting at Bryan Station High School, are featured a national publication. Read it here. Guskey is a professor in the UK College of Education’s Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology.        

Nash and Rous Lead International Conversation on Innovative, Human-Centered Approaches for Services for Children with Disabilities

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Drs. John Nash and Beth Rous, faculty members in the University of Kentucky College of Education, will keynote the Inclusion Symposium 2017 in Australia on Nov. 30. The symposium is about collaboration and exploring innovative ways to improve inclusive practice in the context of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) … Read More

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