Making a Difference: Students Provide Enrichment for Picadome Children and Families

Joni Meade, clinical faculty in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, has helped bring together high school and college students looking to make a difference. They have developed a long-term commitment to enriching the health and education of children and their families at Westminster Village apartments. Meade is an advisor … Read More

Parents Express Thanks for Sensory-Friendly Cocoa and Cookies with Santa

The University of Kentucky College of Education’s chapter of the Student Council for Exceptional Children, in collaboration with the Autism Society of the Bluegrass, hosted a sensory-friendly “Cocoa and Cookies with Santa” event Sunday in the Taylor Education Building. Navigating crowds and waiting in long lines can be overwhelming for some … Read More

Feb. 8-9, 2019: UK to Host Midwest Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium

The Sport and Exercise Psychology Club at the University of Kentucky is hosting the 29th annual Midwest Sport and Exercise Psychology Symposium Feb. 8-9, 2019. The meeting will feature professional workshops, panels, keynote speakers, and research presentations. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with key leaders in the field, … Read More

Student Research Conference Registration Open

Students (both undergraduate and graduate) have an opportunity to present research (whether it is completed, in progress, or at the proposal stage) in a safe and collaborative environment at the 2019 Spring Research Conference. The event is a joint effort by the University of Kentucky, University of Louisville and University … Read More

Kinesiology and Health Promotion Professor Wins Teacher of the Year

Dr. Elizabeth Whitney has been selected by the Kentucky Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance as the 2018-2019 College/University Teacher of the Year for Health Education. She was honored at the association’s annual convention in Lexington and will be the state’s nominee for the national teaching award. As an assistant professor at the UK College of Education, Whitney’s research … Read More

Early Childhood, Special Education Doctoral Candidates Receive National Honors

Congratulations to UK College of Education doctoral candidates Mark Samudre, Collin Shepley, and Megan Jones. Samudre, a doctoral candidate in special education, and Shepley, a doctoral candidate in interdisciplinary early childhood education, were selected as outstanding scholars through an internationally competitive process to participate in the Council for Exceptional Children’s … Read More

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