Middle Level Students Take Mobile Technology Project to Williamsburg

University of Kentucky College of Education students in the Middle Level Teacher Education Program were recently in Williamsburg, Ky. working with 7th and 8th grade students on a STEM mobile technology project (STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). The college students worked with the middle schoolers in Williamsburg … Read More

Feb. 12 Demystifying Appalachia Panel Discussion

posted in: Newsletter | 0

The UK College of Education Inclusiveness Committee and the UK Appalachian Center, housed within the UK College of Arts and Sciences, recently sponsored a panel discussion featuring a sampling of faculty, staff, and students who are from the region or have research experiences related to Appalachia. The panel took place … Read More

Feb. 4-8 Demystifying Appalachia Week

posted in: Newsletter | 0

The UK College of Education Inclusiveness Committee and the UK Appalachian Center, housed within the UK College of Arts and Sciences, are sponsoring an initiative to deepen understanding of the cultural, political, and economic complexities of the Appalachian region. “Demystifying Appalachia” is be a special focus within the College of … Read More

Samaan Selected for Career-Development Program

Dr. Michael Samaan, University of Kentucky College of Education assistant professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion, was recently selected to be part of the UK Center for Clinical and Translational Science KL2 program. Samaan’s research project, “Hip Joint Bone and Cartilage Health and Mechanics in Patients with … Read More

Learning Experience Partners UK Students with Elementary Children

While many University of Kentucky students are turning in final exams or projects this time of year, UK College of Education students taking an education curriculum methods course tested their skills by teaching students from Millcreek Elementary and Picadome Elementary. The UK students planned instructional units, aligning them with instructional standards and … Read More

Professor’s Book, ‘Going to College in the Sixties,’ Featured in Inside Higher Ed

“The change in the mood of American higher education from 1960 to 1969 was incredible and surprising — from optimism and confidence to exhaustion and uncertainty,” Dr. John Thelin tells Inside Higher Ed’s Scott Jaschik in a Q&A feature about his latest book, published by Johns Hopkins University Press. Thelin, … Read More

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 21