College of Education Celebrates CPR Success Story

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by Brad Duncan The vacation didn’t play out how it was supposed to, but thanks to a “being in the right place at the right time” situation, John “Toby” Tyler is still alive. While visiting North Carolina in late July 2009, College of Education alumna and part-time instructor Vicki Sageser … Read More

Spotlight on Staff Member Gwen Winder

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Q: What is your position with the College and how long have you worked here? A: I have been an administrative support associate in the Dean’s office since being hired full-time in mid-August. Prior to that, I had worked in the same position as a STEPS employee since mid-May. I … Read More

Spotlight on Faculty Member Wayne Lewis

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Q. What do you love about the College of Education? A: I have been with the College of Education about two years now and more than anything, I love working with my students. I am an assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership Studies and a Co-Director of the … Read More

May Declared Exercise is Medicine Month in Kentucky

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by Brad Duncan At the request of the UK College of Education’s J.W. Yates and to follow in the footsteps of a national movement, Governor Steve Beshear proclaimed May to be Exercise is Medicine Month in Kentucky. “This is important because we are trying to get people to understand that … Read More

Brennan Receives 2011 KACTE Distinguished Service Award

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by Brad Duncan Sharon Brennan, associate professor in the UK College of Education Department of Curriculum and Instruction and director of the Office of Field Experiences and School Collaboration, was honored with the 2011 Kentucky Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Award for Distinguished Service in Teacher Education. “I feel … Read More

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