Enhance Your Spring 2021 Semester with Face-to-Face Courses

Interested in face-to-face courses? The College of Education has a number of traditional in-person as well as hybrid offerings for the Spring 2021 semester, including several engaging fitness-focused courses to contribute to a healthy lifestyle as you begin the new year. The list below is a sampling of courses offered … Read More

Doctoral Student Selected for Jackson Scholars Network

Rasheed Flowers, a University of Kentucky College of Education doctoral student, has been selected to participate in the University Council for Education Administration’s (UCEA) Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Network. The Jackson Scholars program was created to provide a support system for graduate students of color and to help increase the … Read More

Nov. 11 Applied Research Talk

The Community of Applied Research and Evaluation (CARE) will host Shannon Sampson, Ph.D., and Kelly Bradley, Ph.D., as they feature their work in a talk: Creating a Structurally Sound Instrument by Utilizing Principles of Measurement Theory 2:30-4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11 They will discuss the origins and principles of measurement … Read More

Graduate Student Named 2020 Clark Scholar

University of Kentucky College of Education doctoral scholar Derek T. M. Daskalakes was selected for the 2020 Class of Clark Scholars, one of the most well-respected graduate student seminars, held each year at the American Educational Research Association’s annual meeting. The seminar is sponsored by the association’s Division A and … Read More

Think Humanities Podcast Features Thelin

University of Kentucky College of Education professor John Thelin weighed in on topics impacting American higher education, past and present, during episode 114 of the Think Humanities podcast. Hosted by Bill Goodman, the Kentucky Humanities Council produces the podcast for people who love history, philosophy, culture, literature, civic dialogue, and … Read More

Forbes Names UK Professor’s Book One of Year’s Best

Forbes lists University of Kentucky College of Education professor John Thelin’s book, A History of American Higher Education, 3rd edition, as one of 2019’s best books covering American higher education. The article was written by Michael T. Nietzel, a former UK faculty member and administrator. “Scholars of higher education have … Read More

Newly Funded Study Explores Differences Among Charter, Private, and Public Schools

Two University of Kentucky researchers are working with faculty at the University of Notre Dame and the University of Washington-Bothell to uncover how school voucher programs — and more broadly, school choice — impact long-term student outcomes, such as high school graduation rates and college enrollment. The team has received … Read More

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