UK Faculty, Doctoral Scholar Release Video Focused on Positive Trans and Nonbinary Identities

Researchers at the University of Kentucky have released a 10-minute film, “Becoming Myself: Positive Trans & Nonbinary Identities.” It features narratives from the lives of seven transgender and nonbinary identified young adults, reflecting on their experiences navigating gender identity.   The film’s executive producers, based in the colleges of Arts & … Read More

NBC News Reports on College of Education Opioid Study

  NBC News NOW has put the work of a University of Kentucky College of Education research team in the national spotlight. NBC correspondent Kathy Park visited campus to tell the story of how Dr. Danelle Stevens-Watkins and her team are using a $3.2 million grant from the National Institute on … Read More

May 11: CATalyze Education Talks

Join us for CATalyze Education Talks taking place at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 11 in the UK Federal Credit Union Esports Theater at The Cornerstone (located at 401 S. Limestone). This free community event features University of Kentucky College of Education faculty members giving brief talks on issues impacting health … Read More

Free Registration: Education as a Civil Right Virtual Conference

Register now to attend the free virtual conference “Education as a Civil Right — Truth, Justice, and Equity for All,” taking place online April 7-9. The conference is an initiative of the University of Kentucky College of Education’s Education and Civil Rights Initiative, in collaboration with the NAACP. Registration is free thanks … Read More

Grant Provides Funding for Students Pursuing Degrees in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education

The University of Kentucky College of Education has received $1,250,000 in funding from the U.S. Department of Education to provide tuition support to students pursuing interdisciplinary training in the Applied Behavior Analysis and Special Education – Moderate and Severe Disabilities master’s degree programs. “This grant will increase the number of … Read More

Graduate School Funding Opportunities

Considering a master’s degree? Funding opportunities may be available.Three new grants awarded to the University of Kentucky College of Education offer opportunities for funding and collaborative learning. Read more about the new programs: Grant Provides Funding for Students Pursuing Degrees in Applied Behavior Analysis, Special Education http://uknow.uky.edu/campus-news/grant-provides-funding-students-pursuing-degrees-applied-behavior-analysis-special Collaborative $1.2 Million … Read More

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