Health and Safety on Mind of College of Education

AEDs installed in Dickey Hall and Taylor Education Building by Brad Duncan In 2009, Vicki Sageser helped save the life of a fellow vacationer in North Carolina. Sageser, an alumnus of the UK College of Education and a part-time instructor, never hesitated when she heard a woman’s screams in their … Read More

College of Education Sponsors K-Week Activities

With the start of the 2012-2013 academic year, the UK College of Education hosted the K-Week College of Education Fair on Tuesday, August 21. The day kicked off with an assortment of activities for students, faculty and staff on the Taylor Education Building front lawn that included food, entertainment, prizes, … Read More

Thelin Essay Featured in Inside Higher Ed

by Jenny Wells, UK Public Relations John Thelin, professor in the UK College of Education Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation, has an essay currently featured in Inside Higher Ed, discussing the benefits and challenges associated with online learning in public higher education. According to Thelin, online education is … Read More

15 Education Students Named to SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll

The UK College of Education placed 15 students on the 2012 Spring Sports Southeastern Conference (SEC) Academic Honor, which was announced by SEC Commissioner Mike Slive. The 2012 Spring SEC Academic Honor Roll is based on grades from the 2011 summer and fall terms and the 2012 spring term. Among … Read More

Randolph Named to UK Alumni Board of Directors

by Molly Clark, UK Alumni Association Martha Elizabeth “Beth” Randolph of Lexington was elected to the UK Alumni Association Board of Directors as a College of Education representative. Her term began July 1, 2012, and will continue through June 30, 2015. Randolph received a bachelor of science degree in accounting … Read More

Mary John O’Hair Receives National Innovation Award

Mary John O’Hair has been honored by AdvancED® with the AdvancED Innovation Award for her unparalleled leadership in promoting and advancing excellence in global and international education. O’Hair received the award on Tuesday, June 26, at the AdvancED International Summit 2012 in Washington, D.C. Since becoming Dean of the College … Read More

The College of Education’s Youngest Ambassador

To anyone else, it may not have been a big deal. But for Rebeka Knight it was very serious. When the five-year-old noticed that the Ethiopian flag was missing from the outer walls of Bradley Hall on the University of Kentucky campus, she wanted to know why. See, Rebeka is … Read More

High Definition Debuts in Taylor Auditorium

Spring gave the UK College of Education Instructional Technology Center an opportunity to upgrade the projector and podium in the Taylor Education Auditorium. ITC installed a new brighter, Hitachi High Definition Projector in place of the older Epson projector. The rearranged podium places the Smart Panel and 23” Lenovo HD … Read More

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