Thelin: Tax Changes for Higher Education

The State Journal, based in Frankfort, Ky., published an opinion/editorial column by Dr. John Thelin on the implications of tax changes on higher education, particularly in Kentucky. Read the column here.

Inside Higher Ed Publishes Op-ed by UK’s Thelin

By Whitney Harder LEXINGTON, Ky. (Nov. 10, 2015) — John Thelin, professor of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation in the University of Kentucky College of Education, authored an opinion piece on perpetual endowments published Nov. 5 in Inside Higher Ed.   In the piece, headlined “Forever Is a Long, Long Time,” Thelin … Read More

Grant Awarded to Develop Online Master’s Degree

Dr. Kelly D. Bradley (PI) and Dr. Beth Goldstein (Co- PI) have been awarded an eLearning Innovation Initiative grant in the amount of $141,247. The grant, “Methods in Education,” will support the development of an online master’s degree in Research Methods in Education.

Thelin Receives Sturgill Award

  Thelin is pictured third from left with colleagues from the Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation.   Dr. John Thelin, professor of higher education in the UK College of Education’s Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation, has received the 2014 Sturgill Award, an honor presented each year … Read More

Olivas to Deliver EPE Colloquium Talk Feb. 4

Staff Report Dr. Michael A. Olivas will speak on “God, Grades and Sex: The Developing Law of the College Classroom” as part of the UK College of Education Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation’s colloquium series. The talk with take place from 4-5 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 4 in … Read More

College of Education to Play Host to International Development Conference

by Brad Duncan As part of the Open Society Foundations’ (OSF) Faculty Development Fellowship program, faculty members from universities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia spend a semester at a United States university during each of three successive years. These faculty, from countries such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, … Read More

Alumnus M. Christopher Brown Named Alcorn State President

In ceremonies held in April 2011, UK College of Education alumnus M. Christopher Brown was sworn in as the 18th president of Alcorn State University in Mississippi. At the age of 38, Brown became the youngest president to lead the oldest historically black land-grant in the nation. Brown, who earned … Read More

Alumnus Writes Book on Former UK President Frank L. McVey

Title is Second in Thomas D. Clark Series by Brad Duncan While working on his doctorate in the UK College of Education Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation, Eric Moyen was approached by President Lee T. Todd, Jr., and current Dean of Libraries Terry Birdwhistell to write a biography … Read More

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