Elementary Education Students Serve at Science Night

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Students who graduate from UK College of Education teacher preparation programs spend many hours in schools. Those in the Elementary Education Student Association spent one recent Friday evening at Coventry Oak Elementary, helping parents and families learn more about the importance of science education through hands-on science activities. It was yet another … Read More

Warm February Days Move Fitness Courses Outdoors

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    Several of the university’s Life Fitness Program courses had the opportunity to move class outdoors during some of February’s warmer-than-typical days this year. Pictured are students in the Spring 2018 Ultimate Frisbee course, playing outdoors for the first time when highs reached the upper 70s on Feb. 20. … Read More

Program Equips Graduate Students With Advanced Research Skills

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Students interested in education research can hone their skills while expanding their career options through one of the College of Education’s newest programs, the Master of Science in Research Methods in Education in the Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation. The master’s degree program, which is available fully online, … Read More

Kinesiology and Health Promotion Students Present at American College of Sports Medicine Meeting

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Taylor Dinyer, a Kinesiology and Health Promotion scholar, received the second place research award in the master’s level student division at the Southeast Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine annual meeting. Dinyer’s presentation was titled, “Low Intensity Resistance Training to Failure on 1RM Strength in Untrained Females.” Her … Read More

Thelin Weighs In: Should Student Athletes Be Paid?

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An editorial by Dr. John Thelin published by insidehighered.com presents the case for why paying student athletes could have unintended consequences. Thelin is a University Research Professor in the UK College of Education’s Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation. Read his editorial here.    

Graduate Students in STEM Education Receive Funding

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Three University of Kentucky graduate students have been awarded a new STEM Education Research Award created by the UK College of Education’s Department of STEM Education. STEM Education scholars in the final stages of master’s or doctoral level research are eligible for the award, which comes with a $1,000 stipend … Read More

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