Dr. Margaret Schroeder and alumnus Dr. Craig Schroeder were interviewed for a Science Magazine online piece about STEM Camp. The article featured a photo from the 2017 See Blue STEM camp. Click here to view the article.
If you are the parent or guardian of a student in elementary, middle, or high school, chances are high that you’ve been invited to an open house. Is it important to go? And if you do, what should you do to make the most of it? We asked the advice … Read More
Middle school students were at the University of Kentucky in two separate one-week See Blue STEM camps this summer. With funding from the National Science Foundation’s Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR), the UK College of Education partners with the UK College of Engineering on a yearly See Blue … Read More
It was a normal day in southern Ohio. Hot, but normal. The Huntington Huntsmen football players were giving it their all during practice. It was the first time they were running plays with full contact, wearing all their gear. It might have been more enjoyable, if only it weren’t so … Read More
New research from University of Kentucky College of Education Assistant Professor Joseph Waddington is shedding light on how the largest school voucher program in the nation is impacting students. Voucher programs — and more broadly, school choice — aren’t a cure-all in the race to improve education outcomes, the findings … Read More
Three graduate students from the University of Kentucky College of Education are among 11 students across the nation selected for research fellowships by the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Teaching Tolerance project. The fellowships are part of a multi-year initiative to improve the teaching of slavery in K-12 schools across the … Read More
Students last semester had a unique chance to understand current issues from different perspectives thanks to a free “Cross-Cultural Lunch and Learn” workshop series planned by the UK College of Education Office of International School Partnerships. The events helped students improve their cross-cultural communication skills and learn about ways they … Read More
Jennifer Meo-Sexton, a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Education, is the 2018 Kentucky Middle School Teacher of the Year. Valvoline, Inc.™ and the Kentucky Department of Education made the announcement today at a ceremony held at the Capitol Rotunda in Frankfort. Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton; Education and Workforce … Read More