Counseling Psychology graduate student Igor Vasilj recently published his second piece on the Time2Track blog, The Pros & Cons of Working at a Community Health Center.
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
In partnership with the Human Development Institute (HDI), Drs. John Nash and Beth Rous received funding from the Division of Child Care, Race-to-the-Top Early Learning Challenge, to prototype a new system of coaching services for licensed early care and education providers across the state. The project focuses on the use of … Read More
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 email@example.com. The lab, directed Toland, aims to conduct research on psychometric problems encountered … Read More
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.
Dr. John Thelin, university research professor, was published in the online newspaper EvoLLLution in November. He wrote about hiring college and university presidents from the ranks of business and government. The article can be read at http://evolllution.com/managing-institution/operations_efficiency/higher-education-leaders-hiring-and-firing-our-presiden.
Nearly 600 teacher educators from around the world were “Racing to Excellence” at the 39th annual Teacher Education Division Conference held at the Hilton Hotel in downtown Lexington in November. The conference was co-chaired by Dr. Margaret Bausch, chair of the UK College of Education’s Department of Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation … Read More
Recent graduates of the UK College of Education came back to campus last semester to provide advice to students preparing to begin their own teaching careers. The graduates, who were all in their first or second year of teaching, held a panel discussion for a group of current student teachers. … Read More
Graduate students in Dr. Justin Nichols’ KHP 685 course, “Supervision of Sport and Fitness Personnel,” were given an assignment last semester to plan, direct, staff and evaluate a self-selected group project. It resulted in the UK Athletic Department graduate assistants teaming up with the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee to support the … Read More