EDP co-hosts visit by Dr. Richard Mayer, Distinguished Professor of Psychology at USCB

    • 08
    • Sep
The Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology is excited to cosponsor Dr. Richard Mayer who will meet with graduate students prior to delivering a campus-wide address next Tuesday, September 12, entitled, "Designing Multimedia Instruction to Maximize Learning Online and Beyond." The talk will take place in Woodward Hall (Room 307) of the Gatton Building. Dr. Mayer is Distinguished Professor of Psychology...
    • 27
    • Apr
EDP counseling psychology doctoral student, Holly Brown, has been named a recipient of UK’s inaugural Graduate and Professional Student LGBTQ* Research Grants! Given as a partnership between the Office of LGBTQ* Resources and the Graduate School, these awards seek to promote promising young scholarship at the University that asks important questions related to gender and sexual orientation. The committee reviewed over twenty applications...
    • 09
    • Apr
Two of our EDP Super Stars have won the Provost's Inclusive Excellence Award - Dr. Kenneth Tyler (Educational Psych) and Della V. Mosley (Counseling Psychology)!
They will receive their awards on April 25 at the UK Faculty Award Ceremony.
The University of Kentucky Inclusive Excellence Award recognizes the accomplishments of individuals and teams that demonstrate a sustained commitment to...
    • 10
    • Mar
Congratulations to the School Psychology program's student association, Student Affiliates in School Psychology (SASP), who applied for and received a a university wide grant - the Multicultural Inclusion Grant. This grant is funded by UK's student government;  the grant monies will support SASP's campus wide events "The R Word Is Not Our Word" from March 27th to March 31st. Shelby Kerwin...
    • 06
    • Mar
https://soundcloud.com/uk-research-media/researching-grading-to-improve-education Thomas Guskey is a professor of educational psychology in the UK College of Education. His research focuses on the way teachers grade and how they report that information to parents. “The grading practices used in most schools today are really steeped in tradition. They are, in many cases, the longest held traditions operating in the schools today,” Guskey said. “There's probably...