Faculty Perform EdTalks at the Burl

When everyone has a place at the table in education, what are the possibilities? When our educational systems are NOT inclusive, how do we change them? UK College of Education faculty members recently dove deeper into these questions, and more, when they provided free community talks during a casual evening at … Read More

Program Honors Teachers Who Have Made a Difference

For the 20th year, the University of Kentucky College of Education hosted an event for members of the public to honor a teacher, professor, principal or other education professional who has made a difference. The nominated teachers do not have to be graduates of the University of Kentucky or even … Read More

Goldstein Partners on Jewish History Project, Symposium

Dr. Beth Goldstein and Dr. Janice W. Fernheimer are leading a collaborative effort to preserve the oral histories of people who have a place in the diversity and complexity of Jewish history in Kentucky. Goldstein is a professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation at the University of … Read More

Elementary Principals Prep Students for Job Interviews

Several school principals recently played a role in helping UK College of Education elementary education majors prepare to interview for teaching positions. A seminar was held at Picadome Elementary where students learned about certification and applying to Kentucky districts from Cindy Godsey, associate director of certified personnel for Fayette County … Read More

Grad Student’s Research Focuses on Firefighter Fitness

Doctoral student Anssi Saari wasn’t sure how he, as a researcher, would be received, but he could not pass up the chance that came his way last semester. His faculty advisor at the University of Kentucky, Dr. Mark Abel, had connections that enabled Saari to conduct behind-the-scenes research during the … Read More

National Counseling Psychology Magazine Features Hargons

Dr. Candice Hargons, assistant professor in Counseling Psychology, was featured in this month’s American Psychological Association’s magazine, APA Monitor on Psychology, for her leadership as an early career psychologist. She serves on the Council of Representatives for the Society of Counseling Psychology, a division of the American Psychological Association. Hargons’ research focuses … Read More

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