Future Teachers Gain Experience Helping at STEM Day

Faculty from the UK College of Education’s Department of STEM Education gave students the opportunity to gain teaching experience and interact with families during STEM Day at Henry Clay High School on Saturday. There were 91 pre-service teachers and graduate students helping run interactive booths for children to engage in … Read More

Packed House for Homecoming Brunch 2017

The UK College of Education’s 2017 Homecoming Brunch drew a record crowd. College alumni, along with current students and their family members and friends, joined our faculty and staff for the annual event Saturday. In addition to brunch, participants gathered in the college’s courtyards for face painting, corn hole, a … Read More

Apply for College of Education Scholarships

The University of Kentucky College of Education general scholarship application for Fall 2018 – Spring 2019 scholarship awards is now available online on the Scholarships and Financial Aid page. All applications must be submitted by the deadline to be considered. Incoming Freshman Application – Deadline Jan.15, 2018 Undergraduate Application (Current/Transfer … Read More

College of Education Honors Alumni

Three University of Kentucky College of Education alumni were honored during the college’s annual scholarship banquet September 26. See a gallery of the event on Flickr at this link: https://www.flickr.com/photos/98996951@N04/albums/72157686842933550 Wilma Howard Klein received the Alumni Excellence Award. The award honors those who have made outstanding contributions over the course … Read More

Giving Thanks to Our Donors

Donors have a direct impact on the lives of University of Kentucky College of Education students. Tuesday, Sept. 26 is Thank-A-Donor Day, and the UK College of Education community is taking this opportunity to demonstrate appreciation to those who support the college. The story that follows about the Burtons shows … Read More

Bathon Gives Creative Mornings Talk on Schooling for Genius

What if we could completely rethink education? What if schools could nurture practical genius? What if we already are, and they already do?  Dr. Justin Bathon, UK College of Education associate professor, recently gave a Creative Mornings talk on “Schooling for Genius.” Watch here:  

College of Education Partners to Host See Blue STEM Camp

Middle school students were at the University of Kentucky in two separate one-week See Blue STEM camps this summer. With funding from the National Science Foundation’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), the UK College of Education partners with the UK College of Engineering on a yearly See Blue … Read More

Impacts of School Vouchers on Some Students Examined

New research from University of Kentucky College of Education Assistant Professor Joseph Waddington is shedding light on how the largest school voucher program in the nation is impacting students. Voucher programs — and more broadly, school choice — aren’t a cure-all in the race to improve education outcomes, the findings … Read More

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