School Technology Leadership Program Offers Microcredentials, Graduate Certificates, Master’s Degrees

With a focus on the changing nature of education in a connected world, a new partnership is offering educators options for pairing graduate certificates and advanced degrees with professional learning microcredentials. The University of Kentucky College of Education’s Department of Educational Leadership Studies is partnering with Eduro Learning Inc., an … Read More

Student, Alumna Honored for Impacting Lives

University of Kentucky College of Education student Angelo Lacoude and alumna Mikeiya Morrow recently received Lyman T. Johnson awards. Lacoude, a junior Kinesiology and Health Promotion student, received a Torch Bearer award. Morrow, who graduated in 2017 with a doctorate in Counseling Psychology, received a Torch of Excellence award. The … Read More

What we know about admissions in the 1950s informs today’s debates, Thelin writes

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“‘Fair Harvard is not always fair.’ That allegation cuts to the heart of the lawsuit about admissions decisions made by Harvard University,” writes Dr. John Thelin, historian and professor of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation at the University of Kentucky College of Education, in a column for Inside Higher Ed. … Read More

Nov. 15: Attend Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation Colloquium Series

Dr. Lance Poston, director of the University of Kentucky Office of LGBTQ* Resources in the Center for Graduate and Professional Diversity Initiatives, will deliver the second talk in the UK College of Education Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation 2018-19 Colloquium Series. The public is invited to see Poston … Read More

Alumni Recognized for Excellence in Leadership, Teaching, Service

Three UK College of Education alumni were honored during the college’s 2018 Gary L. Stingle Scholarship and Awards banquet, hosted by UK College of Education Interim Dean Rosetta Sandidge. The Outstanding Teaching Award was presented to Pamela Duncan, a math teacher at Woodford County High School. Dr. Mary Lynn English, … Read More

UK Hosts Kentucky Teacher Educators Conference, Focuses on Partnerships

The Kentucky Association of Teacher Educators (KATE) 2018 Conference was hosted recently at the Hilary J. Boone Center on the University of Kentucky campus. Dr. Kim White, clinical associate professor in the UK College of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction, is KATE president and oversaw conference planning. The conference … Read More

Doctoral Student Selected for Health Equity Research Program

University of Kentucky College of Education doctoral student Monica Mundy has been selected for the new Disparities Researchers Equalizing Access for Minorities  (DREAM) Scholars program. Mundy is pursuing a Ph.D. in Education Sciences, with a focus in Health Promotion, in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion. The two-year program provides … Read More

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