Enhance Your Spring 2021 Semester with Face-to-Face Courses

Interested in face-to-face courses? The College of Education has a number of traditional in-person as well as hybrid offerings for the Spring 2021 semester, including several engaging fitness-focused courses to contribute to a healthy lifestyle as you begin the new year. The list below is a sampling of courses offered … Read More

Literacy Professor Creates Support for K-12 Teachers

University of Kentucky College of Education Professor Janice Almasi has received funding from the Kentucky Department of Education to support teachers implementing the Kentucky Academic Standards for Reading and Writing. Almasi is the Carol Lee Robertson Endowed Professor of Literacy in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. To coordinate the … Read More

December Grads Include Three Uniquely Trained to Help Special Education Students with Communication Needs

Among December’s University of Kentucky College of Education graduates are three students who completed a program uniquely preparing school personnel who work with students with moderate and severe disabilities. Though not typically trained together, a grant UK received from the U.S. Department of Education allows teachers in the special education … Read More

Doctoral Student Selected for Jackson Scholars Network

Rasheed Flowers, a University of Kentucky College of Education doctoral student, has been selected to participate in the University Council for Education Administration’s (UCEA) Barbara L. Jackson Scholars Network. The Jackson Scholars program was created to provide a support system for graduate students of color and to help increase the … Read More

New Study Focuses on Hip Osteoarthritis Among Farmers

The demands of farming put agricultural workers at high risk of developing hip osteoarthritis. Researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Education are looking at why this happens and will develop methods to optimize hip health. The pilot study, funded by the Southeast Center for Agricultural Health and Injury … Read More

Hargons Elected to American Psychological Association Board

Dr. Candice Nicole Hargons has been elected to the board of directors for the American Psychological Association (APA), the leading scientific and professional organization representing psychology in the U.S. As one of the board’s 16 members, Hargons, an assistant professor of counseling psychology at the University of Kentucky College of … Read More

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