“Behind the Blue” Podcast Features Neighborhood Healers Project

Listen to Dr. Candice Hargons, a licensed psychologist and associate professor in the UK College of Education Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology, explain how the Neighborhood Healers Project works on the July 28, 2022 episode of the “Behind the Blue” podcast. It is available on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher … Read More

Helping Students Process Racial Trauma

As anniversaries of the tragedies that sparked nation-wide protests against systemic racism approach, faculty members with the Education and Civil Rights Initiative in collaboration with the NAACP, based in the University of Kentucky College of Education, are sharing information to aid school personnel in helping students process racial trauma and … Read More

UK Faculty Support Statewide Research Study on Pandemic Disruption

A group of high school students studying the impact of COVID-19 on their peers received guidance over the summer from several University of Kentucky faculty members and graduate students. The Prichard Committee Student Voice Team, in consultation with UK faculty members Ellen Usher, Beth Goldstein and Daniela DiGiacomo, set out to gauge … Read More

May 1 Online Talk: How To Select Sample Sizes for Research Studies

Are you a University of Kentucky faculty member or student designing a research study? Want to know how to be sure it has adequate sample sizes to determine the minimum meaningful effect size? Register for a free, online talk by Dr. James Peugh, research associate professor and quantitative psychologist at … Read More

Hammer Named Outstanding Graduate Mentor

Dr. Joe Hammer recently received the 2019 Outstanding Graduate Mentor award from the Kentucky Psychological Foundation. The award was presented at the organization’s Spring Academic Conference. Hammer is an assistant professor in the Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky College of Education.

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