University of Kentucky Researchers Examine Twitter Use Among School Leaders

Twitter has become a tool for school administrators to more efficiently and effectively lead schools, according to a new study. Researchers at the University of Kentucky College of Education collected results from studies showing the ways school leaders engage with Twitter. They then analyzed how Twitter usage can impact leaders’ … Read More

Teacher Leadership Program Removes Letters of Recommendation Requirement

The Department of Educational Leadership Studies in the University of Kentucky College of Education has eliminated letters of recommendation as a requirement for admission to the master’s and educational specialist degree programs for teacher leadership and rank change. “We have found other materials in the application are more useful in … Read More

College of Education Student Follows Passion for Helping Tobacco-Users

Written by Chelsea Hobbs, News Intern Sierrah Miley, a senior in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion, is passionate about helping others improve their health. She recently returned from the Atlantis Clinical Fellowship, where she shadowed surgeons in neurology, ears/nose/throat, and obstetrics and gynecology in Lisbon, Portugal. “The culture … Read More

UK College of Education Dean Selected for Aspiring Leader Program

University of Kentucky College of Education Dean Julian Vasquez Heilig has been selected for MSI Aspiring Leaders 2019. The mentorship program is designed to promote diversity among higher education leadership and prepare the next generation of minority serving institution (MSI) presidents. The program, based at the University of Pennsylvania Center … Read More

UK Hosts Excellence in Educator Preparation Summit

Written by Chelsea Hobbs, News Intern The University of Kentucky recently hosted the 2019 Kentucky Excellence in Educator Preparation (KEEP) summit. This was the second annual summit, planned in collaboration with Thomas More College, the University of Louisville, the University of Kentucky, the Kentucky Department of Education, the Kentucky Association … Read More

Research Collaboration Focuses on Painful Hip Condition

University of Kentucky researchers are in search of answers for those who suffer from a painful hip condition known as Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome (FAIS). Although the condition can be experienced at any age, it often impacts the young and athletic, bringing their active lifestyles to a halt. Patients are impacted … Read More

Health Promotion Student Interns with Health Department in Nebraska

Editor’s Note: This summer, we are profiling University of Kentucky College of Education students who are studying abroad or completing internships in a variety of fields. To submit a story idea, email amanda.nelson@nulluky.edu. Written by Chelsea Hobbs, Student Intern Hannah Bourg just completed her first year as a master’s of science … Read More

UK Students, Faculty Help Host History Competition

University of Kentucky College of Education faculty and students helped host the Kentucky Historical Society’s National History Day competition in April. The event included 225 students and 38 teachers from a total of 35 schools across Kentucky. The competition helps students connect the past to the present and learn 21stcentury … Read More

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