Goldstein Publishes on Action Research in Indonesia

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As part of the five-year Higher Education Leadership and Management program funded by US AID in Indonesia, the project has issued two publications from the action research component led by Dr. Beth Goldstein, associate professor and department chair in Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation. The publications, “Navigating Change through Action Research: … Read More

Faculty and Students Give Presentations at Educational Administration Conference

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Educational Leadership Studies faculty and students participated in the University Council for Educational Administration convention in Detroit this past November. Dr. Wayne Lewis served on the program committee for the conference.  Presentations were provided by: Faculty members: Dr. Justin Bathon, Dr. Wayne Lewis, Dr. John Nash, Dr. Beth Rous, Dr. … Read More

Reese Named 2017 Great Teacher

Dr. Jeff Reese is a recipient of the UK Alumni Association’s 2017 Great Teacher Award. Each year, the association recognizes six professors for outstanding teaching and honors them with a plaque and a cash award at a recognition luncheon or dinner. It is the oldest, continuously-given award for teachers at … Read More

Applied Quantitative and Psychometric Series

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The Applied Psychometric Strategies lab has been providing a series of presentations on a range of quantitative and psychometric topics. Anyone interested in the research is invited to attend. For more information, contact Dr. Michael Toland at The lab, directed Toland, aims to conduct research on psychometric problems encountered … Read More

Grad Student Writes Guide for International Students

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Ashley Simmons, a doctoral student and former director of international programs at Alabama A&M University, has published “Introduction to American Life” for NAFSA – the Association of International Educators.  This guide is designed to help international students understand customs and values in the U.S.

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