Anthony Setari (Ph.D. student in Ed Sciences, EPE), co-advised by Drs. Kelly D. Bradley and Michael Toland, was awarded an Internship by The National Center for the Improvement of Educational Assessment, Inc. He will be working at the Center for … Read More
Dr. Kelly D. Bradley (PI) and Dr. Beth Goldstein (Co-PI) have been awarded an eLearning Innovation Initiative (eLII) grant from May 16, 2015 – May 15, 2016, in the amount of $141,247. The grant titled, “Methods in Education,” will support … Read More
Dr. Jungmin Lee and Dr. Willis Jones were recently awarded UK Faculty Summer Research grants. These competitive grants will help to fund their research projects through the upcoming summer. Dr. Lee will be examining college students’ credit accumulation patterns. In … Read More
The Department of Educational Policy Studies & Evaluation was well represented by our graduate students and faculty at the Annual Meeting of the Comparative and International Education Society this past week in Washington, D.C. Sheryl Means, PhD student in Education … Read More
Robert Zai, a PhD student in Higher Education, recently published “Neither Fish Nor Fowl: A Role Theory Approach to Librarians Teaching” in the Journal of Library Administration. In addition to his work in the PhD program, Robert is Associate Professor … Read More
Please click the link for a list of Highlighted Courses being offered in EPE during the Fall 2015 term. Questions regarding course content should be directed to the course instructor. For assistance with registration you should contact Katelyn Cross at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. John Thelin was invited to write an op ed about rising college costs for The European, a German magazine on public affairs and politics. Check out what he has to say in “An American Dilemma.” In addition, listen to … Read More
Tuesday March 10, 2015: Dr. Kelly Bradly will facilitate a workshop to give graduate students insights into the job search process. Please join us from 5-6pm in Dickey Hall Room 109 (Faculty Lounge) on Tuesday March 10, 2015.
Sheryl Means has discovered the benefits of living in a college-centered town. She is originally from Newark, New Jersey and (after moving several times) a graduate of West Orange High School in West Orange, New Jersey. “I’m enjoying Lexington because … Read More
Drs. Beth Goldstein and Susan Carvalho are the lead consultants on the action research initiative within a five-year, U.S. AID- funded Higher Education Leadership and Management project for Indonesia. Carvalho and Goldstein are working on action research projects with 25 … Read More