Education Student’s Passion for Teaching, Leading Recognized

by Amanda Nelson Jacqueline Horsman cannot remember a day she did not want to be a teacher. In her final semester as a UK College of Education student, Horsman has been honored with a 2013 Kentucky Education Association Marvin Dodson-Carl Perkins KEA $2,000 Scholarship. Horsman discovered her love for working … Read More

UK College of Education Hosts Educators from China

by Amanda Nelson The University of Kentucky College of Education and UK Confucius Institute recently helped host educators from China who were visiting to learn more about how private and innovative public schools in the U.S. are organized, governed and lead as well as gain an understanding of how curricula … Read More

Browne-Ferrigno to Give Keynote at Auburn Spring Leadership Institute

Staff Report UK College of Education Associate Professor Tricia Browne-Ferrigno will travel to Auburn University in late April to work with faculty in the Educational Leadership program and deliver the keynote address at the Auburn University’s spring Leadership Institute on the theme “Celebrating Partnerships.” Recognizing Browne-Ferrigno’s expertise in the area … Read More

Rostosky to Receive Alumnus Award from UT

Staff Report Sherry Rostosky, professor in the UK College of Education Department of Educational, School and Counseling Psychology, will receive the 2013 Distinguished Alumnus award from the Department of Psychology in the University of Tennessee College of Arts & Sciences. “I am very excited to be the first counseling psychologist … Read More

Education Student Named SEC Community Service Leader

by Cory Weigel UK Athletics University of Kentucky women’s golfer Megan Moir has been named the 2012-13 Brad Davis Southeastern Conference Female Community Service Leader of the Year.  University of Missouri swimmer Joseph Hladik was selected as the male athlete of the year from a list of 28 total nominees, … Read More

Deanna Henderson Receives Annual Adelstein Award

by Brad Duncan Suffering from a visual impairment since 1999 that has left her legally blind, UK College of Education student Deanna Henderson was recently one of two UK students awarded the annual Carol S. Adelstein Outstanding Student Award. Named for the wife of retired UK English professor Michael Adelstein … Read More

Family Math Night Thrills Local School

by Brad Duncan Faculty and students from the UK College of Education recently held their annual math night to the joy of teachers, students and parents at Lexington’s Beaumont Middle School. “I truly do not have enough words to accurately describe how valuable math night was for our students,” said … Read More

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