This week, a study co-authored by EPE’s own Simona Balazs was featured in UKNOW. As part of her work as a research associate at the Community and Economic Development Initiative of Kentucky (CEDIK), Balazs worked with CEDIK Director Alison Davis on … Read More
How do vouchers that allow public school students to attend private school affect student achievement? The University of Kentucky College of Education’s Joseph Waddington, an assistant professor in the Department of Education Policy Studies and Evaluation, is seeking to get … Read More
We would like to congratulate Sy Bridenbaugh, EPE doctoral candidate and EPE 301 “Education in American Culture” TA, on receiving the Provost’s Award for Outstanding Teaching. You can learn more about Sy’s story and the award by reading “UK Teaching … Read More
EPE Assistant Professor Joseph Waddington’s research on the impact of Indiana’s voucher program was recently mentioned in “The Promise and Peril of School Vouchers” on NPR’s Morning Edition. Kudos to Dr. Waddington and Dr. Mark Berends of Notre Dame!
There is always something going on in EPE, and recent (and upcoming) EPE happenings have been mentioned in the College of Education’s “Latest News & Events,” such as our very own Dr. John Thelin publishing American Higher Education: Issues and Institutions with … Read More
EPE professor emeritus Dr. Alan DeYoung recently returned from working in Turkmenistan as a Fulbright Scholar. You can read the full article about his experience on the UK International Center’s website by clicking HERE.
Check out Professor John Thelin’s recent op-ed in Inside Higher Ed on the controversies concerning building names on college campuses.
It is an especially wonderful time to be an EPE alum! We wanted to congratulate three of our alumni and share their good news with you. Anissa Radford, one of our MS in Higher Education graduates, recently received the Ken Freedman … Read More
Over the course of this week and next, the EPE department will be hosting clinical assistant professor candidates Rachel Williams and Alycia Elfreich. Both candidates are delivering presentations while on campus—see the following for more information. “Traversing boundaries: The … Read More
We are happy to announce the new Master’s of Science in Research Methods in Education (MS in RMinE)! Although we already offer two other great master’s programs—one in Social and Philosophical Studies, the other in Higher Education—this MS will be the … Read More