PERSONALIZED, PROFESSIONAL, LIFELONG LEARNING

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Enhance and elevate your skills and knowledge through the Professional Learning Series. Designed by the UK College of Education, which is ranked among the top 30 public colleges of education in the nation and number one in Kentucky, the series offers unique learning opportunities. World-class faculty can guide you through enriching experiences, ranging from mini workshops to micro-credential programs, fully online this summer.

When you successfully complete a workshop, you earn a digital badge that you can add to your resume, email signature, professional website, and more to show the additional work you have done in these areas.

Explore class offerings below and choose your path. Explore our Fall 2020 Speaker Series Offerings now.

 


Fall 2020 Speaker Series

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Hall of Fame Alumni Series

 

We know that experience can be a great teacher. That is why, as a continuation of our Professional Learning Series, several College of Education Hall of Fame alumni will share their experiences, expertise, and advice with pre-service teachers on Fridays each month this Fall.

When: August 28th, 2020, 11am-12pm ET

Topic: “Being the First”

Who: Dr. Joyce Hamilton Berry,

Register: This talk has already occurred. View the recording here.

 

We know that experience can be a great teacher. That is why, as a continuation of our Professional Learning Series, several College of Education Hall of Fame alumni will share their experiences, expertise, and advice with pre-service teachers on Fridays each month this Fall. On September 25th, Mr. P.G. Peeples will talk about his work as the CEO/President with the Lexington-Fayette Urban League.

When: September 25th, 2020, 11am-12pm ET

Topic: “Empowering Communities, Changing Lives”

Who: Mr. P.G. Peeples, CEO/President of Lexington-Fayette Urban League

Register: This talk has already occurred. View the recording here.

 

We know that experience can be a great teacher. That is why, as a continuation of our Professional Learning Series, several College of Education Hall of Fame alumni will share their experiences, expertise, and advice with pre-service teachers on Fridays each month this Fall. On October 23rd Dr. Marlene Helm will lead an upbeat, open, honest, fun and introspective discussion about PPE that educators, students and families need.

When: October 23rd, 11am-12pm ET

Topic: “PPE” An upbeat, open, honest, fun and introspective discussion about PPE that educators, students and families need.

Who: Dr. Marlene Helm

Register: View the recording here.

 

We know that experience can be a great teacher. That is why, as a continuation of our Professional Learning Series, several College of Education Hall of Fame alumni will share their experiences, expertise, and advice with pre-service teachers on Fridays each month this Fall. On November 13th Ms. Candace McDaniels will join us.

When: November 13th, 11am-12pm ET

Topic: “Being an Ally for Students”— Anytime someone goes through a traumatic event they need a family member or a friend to lead them through the storm. Candace McDaniel, Assistant Principal at Louisville Male High School, will share various strategies and resources for educators to be an ally for students during these challenging times while taking the politics and opinion out of the narrative.

Who: Ms. Candace McDaniels

Register: Join us by registering for the event here.


 

Teacher Education Series

 

What: This virtual series is aimed at pre-service teachers and NOYCE fellow and will fulfill practicum and field experience hours. Each discussion will engage a number of experts from the University of Kentucky and local community, and feature interactive Q & A’s.

When: October 20th, 4-5:30pm ET

Topic: The talk focuses on the historical and theoretical background of the 21st Century school reform, the evidence for claims that the reform improves on the traditional high school model, how the reform restructures high school schedules, relationships, and teaching, what students say about learning in this format, and how instruction occurs in this new format.

Who: Dr. Jared Stallones

Register: Join us by registering here.

 

What: This virtual series is aimed at pre-service teachers and NOYCE fellow and will fulfill practicum and field experience hours. Each discussion will engage a number of experts from the University of Kentucky and local community, and feature interactive Q & A’s.

When: October 27th, 4-5:30pm ET

Topic: This panel will feature 4-5 youth based organizations working to provide services to families during the Pandemic and beyond. Open to COE students, and others.

Who: Guest speakers

Register: View the recording here.

 

What: This virtual series is aimed at pre-service teachers and NOYCE fellows and will fulfill practicum and field experience hours. Each discussion will engage a number of experts from the University of Kentucky and local community, and feature interactive Q & A’s.

When: November 2nd, 4-5;30pm ET

Topic: An engaging presentation and discussion about taking your teaching career to new levels.

Who: Dr. Lisa Aimick

Register: Join us by registering here.

 

What: This virtual series is aimed at pre-service teachers and NOYCE fellows and will fulfill practicum and field experience hours. Each discussion will engage a number of experts from the University of Kentucky and local community, and feature interactive Q & A’s.

When: November 10th, 4-5:30pm

Topic: A panel featuring 3-5 organizations/projects aimed at supporting P-20 families and students with basic needs, resources and items. Open to COE students, and others.

Who: Guest panelists

Register: Join us by registering here.

 

What: This virtual series is aimed at pre-service teachers and NOYCE fellows and will fulfill practicum and field experience hours. Each discussion will engage a number of experts from the University of Kentucky and local community, and feature interactive Q & A’s.

When: November 18th, 4-5:30pm ET

Topic: This panel will feature panelists/organizations that work within arts fields, including but not limited to the literary arts, visual arts, performance arts, etc. Open to COE students, and others.

Who: Guest panelists

Register: Join us by registering here.

 

What: As higher education professionals create and implement initiatives to increase access to their institutions, it becomes increasingly more important to ensure that our institutions are designed to support the needs, values, and goals of a diversifying student body. This graduate student-enacted symposium brings together four scholars whose work can greatly contribute to our efforts to better support students within our institutions, beyond just opening our doors.

When: November 30th, 11:30am-1:30pm ET

Topic: Join the students of EPE 654: Diversity in Higher Education at the University of Kentucky as they discuss issues of access, inclusion, and justice with early career and established scholars of higher education. Topics include: the Black student experience at PWIs, how rural and other marginalized identities intersect with class identities, the changing needs of international students, and the role of co-curricular culture programs on transforming the campus environment.

Who: This graduate student-enacted symposium brings together four scholars whose work can greatly contribute to our efforts to better support students within our institutions, beyond just opening our doors.

  • Dr. Toby Jenkins-Henry, Associate Professor at the University of South Carolina
  • Dr. Antar Tichavakunda, Assistant Professor at the University of Cincinnati
  • Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez, Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Arizona
  • Tyler Hallmark, Ph.D. Candidate at The Ohio State University

Register: Register here!


 

Summer 2020 Learning Series

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Teaching Enhancement

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Instructor/s: Dr. Jared Stallones

Course Type: Self-paced, Online

Price: $100

Dates: June 15 – July 24, 2020

Register by: REGISTRATION FOR THIS WORKSHOP IS CLOSED.

Total PD Hours: 30

EILA Approved


Course Description

Nearly 2000 high schools nationwide have adopted a 21st century reform designed to increase graduates’ readiness for college and career. The new format combines Project-Based Learning, authentic assessment, cross-disciplinary planning and instruction, and Work-Based Learning as it restructures the school schedule and relationships among teachers, students, and the larger community. These schools show significant gains over traditional high schools in student attendance, engagement, graduation and college-going, and even in earnings after leaving school. Schools across the country have adopted this reform and are looking for educators who can work in it effectively. The course focuses on the historical and theoretical background of this school reform, the evidence for claims that the reform improves on the traditional high school model, how the reform restructures high school schedules, relationships, and teaching, what students say about learning in this format, and how instruction occurs in this new format. Completion of this course will result in a UK “21st Century Schools” badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at K-12 educators, teacher candidates, and administrators. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. Google Classroom will be used to deliver content, and Zoom will be used for scheduled lectures and/or meetings.

Instructor Bio

Jared R. Stallones holds a Ph.D. in Curriculum Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. Following a twenty-year career as a teacher and school administrator, Dr. Stallones moved into educator preparation. He chaired the Department of Education at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and served as University Coordinator of Secondary Education there and at California State University, Long Beach, overseeing credential programs across the campus and working with dozens of school districts. He was the Founding Director of the California State University Collaborative for the Advancement of Linked Learning, a grant-funded initiative to prepare teachers, school counselors, and site administrators for service in a college and career readiness reform in California. He currently serves as Chair of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Kentucky, where he works in partnership with local schools to implement the Ford NGL college and career readiness reform. Dr. Stallones has authored four books and over 65 articles and presentations on education policy, history, and philosophy.

Instructor/s: Dr. C. E. Matias

Course Type: Online, Self-paced with optional scheduled discussions

Price: $125

Dates: June 24 – July 22, 2020
Optional Zoom discussions: June 24, July 1, July 8, & July 15, 4 – 5:30 p.m. ET

Register by: REGISTRATION FOR THIS WORKSHOP IS CLOSED.

Total PD Hours: 25 hours


Course Description

In this workshop, reading “texts” goes beyond the written word. In an ever increasingly digital world texts also include film, media, music, even social media, viral videos, online articles, posts, tweets, and blogs/vlogs, to name a few. This fun, interactive workshop is designed to teach participants how to “read” race, racism, and whiteness in digital texts while also modeling online, interactive pedagogies to engage in antiracist teaching practices. Participants will be required to view various digital texts along with reading workshop readings on Critical Media Literacy, Critical Race Media Literacy, Critical Whiteness Studies, and other racial theories to best support racial literacy. In the end participants can choose to engage in a virtual project where they deconstruct a digital text on their own using the readings from the workshop. Completion of this workshop will result in a UK “Reading Race in Media” badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at K-12 teachers, nonprofit educators and community leaders. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. You will also need access to online media (e.g. social media platforms, films/television programs, Internet, Youtube viewing, QuickTime player), Word document, and video conferencing (Zoom mandatory, optional are Skype, FaceTime, Facebook Messenger, or Google video).

Instructor Bio

Dr. Cheryl E. Matias is the 2019-2020 Interdisciplinary Institute for the Study of (In)Equality Visiting Professor at University of Denver and was recently awarded the 2020 American Educational Research Association Mid-Career Award for her work on racial justice in teacher education! She is also an Associate Professor in the School of Education & Human Development (SEHD) at the University of Colorado Denver. Her research focuses on race and ethnic studies in education with a theoretical focus on critical race theory, critical whiteness studies, critical pedagogy and feminism of color. Specifically, she uses a feminist of color approach to deconstruct the emotionality of whiteness in urban teacher education and how it impacts urban education. Her other research interest is on motherscholarship and supporting woman of color and motherscholars in the academy. A former K-12 teacher in both South Central, Los Angeles Unified School District and Bed-Stuyvesant, New York City Department of Education, she earned her bachelors in cultural communication from University of California San Diego, teaching credential at San Diego State University, and her masters in Social and Multicultural Foundations at California State University, Long Beach. She earned her doctorate at UCLA with an emphasis in race and ethnic studies in education. She delivers national talks and workshops on whiteness, racial justice, and diversity. She was awarded the 2014 American Educational Research Association’s Division K (Teacher Education) Innovations in Research on Diversity in Teacher Education Award and the 2015 and 2017 Colorado Rosa Parks Diversity Award. In 2015, she was awarded Excellence in Research by the School of Education & Human Development at University of Colorado Denver. In 2016 she was awarded the university’s 2016 Graduate School’s Dean Mentoring Award. In 2018 she was ranked as the top 25 women in higher education making a difference in the journal, Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. Some of her publications can be found in Race, Ethnicity, and Education, Teacher Education Quarterly, Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis, Equity and Excellence, Journal of Teacher Education and Multicultural Perspectives. Her first solo-authored book entitled Feeling White: Whiteness, Emotionality, and Education earned the 2017 Honorable Mention for the Society of Professors of Education. Her second book, Surviving Becky(s): Pedagogies for Deconstructing Whiteness and Gender, came out January 2020 and has already been nominated for the AESA book award. Her third book Critical Theoretical Research Methods in Education comes out late 2020. She is a motherscholar of three, including boy-girl twins, a runner, an avid Lakers fan, and Bachata ballroom dancer.

Instructor/s: Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig, Dean of the College of Education

Course Type: Online, 2 days

Price: $75

Dates: July 14th & 16th, 2020, 1-3pm ET

Register by: July 9th, 2020

Total PD Hours: 4

EILA Approved


Course Description

This workshop will scrutinize the largely unknown background of education reform. It will also consider the modern circumstances of public schools and include counter-narrative and critical policy analysis of education privatization. Finally, this workshop will examine community-based education reform and feature the knowledge mobilization strategies and coalitions being utilized by communities to bring it to fruition. Completion of this workshop will result in a UK “Public Education” badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at K-12 teachers, administrators, nonprofit educators and community leaders. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. You will also need access to online media (e.g. social media platforms, films/television programs, Internet, Youtube viewing, QuickTime player), Word document, and video conferencing (Zoom mandatory, optional are Skype, FaceTime, Facebook Messenger, or Google video).

Instructor Bio

Julian Vasquez Heilig is the Dean and a Professor of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation at the University of Kentucky College of Education. He is a committed academic leader that seeks to improve access and success for historically underrepresented students. He has led in a community-engaged, innovative, equity-minded and transformative approach.

Over the course of his academic and professional careers, he has proven and distinguished himself as an individual who has a strong command of research skills and courage for justice. He is an academic leader and researcher with a conscience and a heart. Vasquez Heilig’s multi-modal, interdisciplinary education policy and leadership research is primarily focused on education policy and leadership that impacts equity and inclusion. The sum of his scholarship is more than 60 articles, chapters and reports. He has received more than 30 scholarly awards and recognitions— including California Assembly Resolution 1459 which honored his national impact in the field of education.

Dean Julian Vasquez Heilig’s work has been cited by the New York Times, Washington Post, Associated Press, USAToday, Education Week, Huffington Post and other print and electronic media outlets. He has also appeared to discuss his research on local and national radio and TV including PBS, NBC, NPR, Univision, and MSNBC. Notably, Harvard’s Education Next magazine named him as one of the top ten education policy voices— the #2 ranked professor in the US.

He has conveyed invited testimony in state and national legislative bodies. He has also volunteered expertise and provided empirically-based input for non-profits, foundations, legislators, educators and other education stakeholders in Kentucky, California, Texas, Nevada, Wyoming and many other states. He also served as a volunteer education policy advisor and provided input for presidential and gubernatorial campaigns.

Instructor/s: Dr. Melinda Ickes

Course Type: Self-paced, Online

Price: $129

Dates: June 8 – July 17, 2020

Register by: REGISTRATION FOR THIS WORKSHOP IS CLOSED.

Total PD Hours: 8

EILA Approved


Course Description

This course will support adults to better understand the current generation of youth, foundations of youth engagement, and best practices for engaging youth as change agents. Participants will hear from adults working with youth and develop a tailored action plan to engage youth specifically in health and/or social justice issues. Completion of this course will result in a UK “Youth Empowerment” badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at K-12 educators and administrators, parents/guardians and community leaders interested in empowering young people. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. Google Classroom will be used to deliver content, and Zoom will be used for scheduled lectures and/or meetings.

Instructor Bio

Dr. Melinda Ickes received her Ph.D. in Health Promotion and Health Behavior from the University of Cincinnati in 2010. Dr. Ickes is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion at University of Kentucky, where she is Director of Graduate Studies and the Health Promotion Program Chair. Dr. Ickes expertise spans over topics like childhood obesity, college health literacy, positive youth development, physical activity promotion, mental health among young adults, sexual health among college students, and tobacco prevention and policy. She is a Faculty Associate of the BREATHE (Bridging Research Efforts and Advocacy Toward Healthy Environments) research team, serving as Co-Director of the Tobacco Policy Research Program and Director of Go Tobacco-free. Dr. Ickes and her colleagues have assisted over 400 schools, universities, and organizations work toward tobacco-free policies. Most recently, she has worked with school and community partners to reduce the prevalence of emerging tobacco products among at-risk youth and young adults with her innovative peer-led prevention and empowerment program, #iCANendthetrend, which has reached over 5,000 Kentucky youth since February 2019.

Instructor/s: Dr. Leslie David Burns

Course Type: 1 Week, Online

Price: $125

Dates: July 20-24, 2020, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. ET

Register by: June 30, 2020

Total PD Hours: 15

EILA Approved


Course Description

In this course, participants will learn how responding to students’ identities and experiences enhances classroom instruction for increased learning and equity. Participants will study Funds of Knowledge and social justice research, generate data about students’ lives, design instruction, and integrate collaborative classroom action for equitable and socially just change. Completion of this course will result in a UK “Social Justice Methods” badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at K-12 educators, administrators, and community youth development leaders. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. Google Classroom will be used to deliver content, and Zoom will be used for scheduled lectures and/or meetings.

Instructor Bio

Dr. Leslie David Burns is an Associate Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction. He is a winner of the Edward Fry Book Award for advancement of knowledge and research in literacy education. Dr. Burns also edits two interdisciplinary book series for Peter Lang International, including “Social Justice Across Contexts in Education” and “Culture, Curriculum, and Education.”

Instructor/s: Dr. Candice Hargons

Course Type: One day, Online

Price: $75.00

Dates: ***This workshop has two date offerings. You only need to register for one.***

  • Workshop I: July 8th, 10am-3pm, ET — This session is full.
  • Workshop 2: July 21st, 10am-3pm, ET— This session is full.

Register by: June 30, 2020

Total PD Hours: 4

EILA Approved


Course Description

This course is for educators, mental health professionals, and other people in health or human service who seek to build awareness and skills related to anti-racism in their work. Participants will understand racial identity development for White people and BIPOC, and be able to define and recognize three levels of racism, including how to disrupt them. Completion of this course will result in a UK “Antiracist Mindset” Badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at educators, mental health professionals, and individuals interested in health and human services. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. Google Classroom will be used to deliver content, and Zoom will be used for scheduled lectures and/or meetings.

Instructor Bio

Dr. Candice Hargons, Ph.D., is an award-winning assistant professor and licensed psychologist at the University of Kentucky. She studies sex, social justice, and leadership, all with a love ethic. She is also the founding director for the Center for Healing Racial Trauma.


Health & Wellness

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Instructor/s: Dr. Melinda Ickes

Course Type: Self-paced, Online

Price: Free, registration required

Dates: June 8 – July 31, 2020

Register by: REGISTRATION FOR THIS WORKSHOP IS CLOSED.

Total PD Hours: 10

EILA Approved


Course Description

This course will focus on helping you practice self-care and support long-term wellness goals. You will be supported to discover your strengths, set realistic goals, build confidence, select effective strategies, and work through challenges. Most importantly, you will be inspired to create sustainable changes that support the health and life you want. Completion of this course will result in a UK “HealthyYOU” badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at anyone interested in personal health and wellness. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. Google classroom will be used to deliver content, and Zoom may be used for any scheduled lectures or meetings.

Instructor Bio

Dr. Melinda Ickes received her Ph.D. in Health Promotion and Health Behavior from the University of Cincinnati in 2010. Dr. Ickes is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion at University of Kentucky, where she is Director of Graduate Studies and the Health Promotion Program Chair. Dr. Ickes expertise spans over topics like childhood obesity, college health literacy, positive youth development, physical activity promotion, mental health among young adults, sexual health among college students, and tobacco prevention and policy. She is a Faculty Associate of the BREATHE (Bridging Research Efforts and Advocacy Toward Healthy Environments) research team, serving as Co-Director of the Tobacco Policy Research Program and Director of Go Tobacco-free. Dr. Ickes and her colleagues have assisted over 400 schools, universities, and organizations work toward tobacco-free policies. Most recently, she has worked with school and community partners to reduce the prevalence of emerging tobacco products among at-risk youth and young adults with her innovative peer-led prevention and empowerment program, #iCANendthetrend, which has reached over 5,000 Kentucky youth since February 2019.

Instructor/s: Dr. Candice Hargons

Course Type: One day, Online

Price: $75

Dates: ***This workshop has two date offerings. You only need to register for one.***

  • Workshop I: July 8th, 10am-3pm, ET — This session is full.
  • Workshop 2: July 21st, 10am-3pm, ET— This session is full.

Register by: June 30, 2020

Total PD Hours: 4


Course Description

This course is for educators, mental health professionals, and other people in health or human service who seek to build awareness and skills related to anti-racism in their work. Participants will understand racial identity development for White people and BIPOC, and be able to define and recognize three levels of racism, including how to disrupt them. Completion of this course will result in a UK “Antiracist Mindset” Badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at educators, mental health professionals, and individuals interested in health and human services. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. Google Classroom will be used to deliver content, and Zoom will be used for scheduled lectures and/or meetings.

Instructor Bio

Dr. Candice Hargons, Ph.D., is an award-winning assistant professor and licensed psychologist at the University of Kentucky. She studies sex, social justice, and leadership, all with a love ethic. She is also the founding director for the Center for Healing Racial Trauma.


Early Childhood

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Instructor/s: Dr. Julian Vasquez Heilig, Dean of the College of Education

Course Type: Online, 2 days

Price: $75

Dates: July 14th & 16th, 2020, 1-3pm ET

Register by: June 30th, 2020

Total PD Hours: 4

EILA Credit Approved


Course Description

This workshop will scrutinize the largely unknown background of education reform. It will also consider the modern circumstances of public schools and include counter-narrative and critical policy analysis of education privatization. Finally, this workshop will examine community-based education reform and feature the knowledge mobilization strategies and coalitions being utilized by communities to bring it to fruition. Completion of this workshop will result in a UK “Public Education” badge.

Course Requirements

This is an online course aimed at K-12 teachers, administrators, nonprofit educators and community leaders. You will need access to an email account and address, a Mac or PC device, and reliable internet connection. You will also need access to online media (e.g. social media platforms, films/television programs, Internet, Youtube viewing, QuickTime player), Word document, and video conferencing (Zoom mandatory, optional are Skype, FaceTime, Facebook Messenger, or Google video).

Instructor Bio

Julian Vasquez Heilig is the Dean and a Professor of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation at the University of Kentucky College of Education. He is a committed academic leader that seeks to improve access and success for historically underrepresented students. He has led in a community-engaged, innovative, equity-minded and transformative approach.

Over the course of his academic and professional careers, he has proven and distinguished himself as an individual who has a strong command of research skills and courage for justice. He is an academic leader and researcher with a conscience and a heart. Vasquez Heilig’s multi-modal, interdisciplinary education policy and leadership research is primarily focused on education policy and leadership that impacts equity and inclusion. The sum of his scholarship is more than 60 articles, chapters and reports. He has received more than 30 scholarly awards and recognitions— including California Assembly Resolution 1459 which honored his national impact in the field of education.

Dean Julian Vasquez Heilig’s work has been cited by the New York Times, Washington Post, Associated Press, USAToday, Education Week, Huffington Post and other print and electronic media outlets. He has also appeared to discuss his research on local and national radio and TV including PBS, NBC, NPR, Univision, and MSNBC. Notably, Harvard’s Education Next magazine named him as one of the top ten education policy voices— the #2 ranked professor in the US.

He has conveyed invited testimony in state and national legislative bodies. He has also volunteered expertise and provided empirically-based input for non-profits, foundations, legislators, educators and other education stakeholders in Kentucky, California, Texas, Nevada, Wyoming and many other states. He also served as a volunteer education policy advisor and provided input for presidential and gubernatorial campaigns.


 

About the Series

The College of Education is deeply committed to the University of Kentucky’s mission to improve people’s lives through excellence in teaching, research, health care, cultural enrichment, and economic development.

Through this series, we seek to equip educators, health care professionals, students, business professionals, and community members ​with the tools and knowledge to become change makers and enhance their understanding of critical, community-relevant issues.

Questions about the Professional Learning Series? Contact Program Coordinator Mariama Lockington at COElearningseries@nulluky.edu.

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