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    • Apr
A workshop on current challenges facing educators, “The New Normal: Election Reverberations in School and Classroom,” will take place from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Thursday, April 13 in 109 Dickey Hall. The event, geared toward teachers and teacher educators, is free and open to the public.  The talk will be given by Maureen Costello, executive director of Teaching Tolerance, a...
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    • Apr
Though Dr. Jeff Reese wears many hats as a professor, administrator and researcher, if there's one aspect of his job he relishes the most it would be interacting with his students. Watch the video above to discover the reason why he is so focused on serving his students each and every day. Reese is professor and chair of the Department of Educational,...
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    • Mar
Forget the big screen or the stage – for real drama, University of Kentucky College of Education professor John Thelin prefers to observe life on the American college campus. Image of book cover “The campus is a fascinating stage … involving a cast of players, ranging from students to donors, faculty to presidents and provosts,” Thelin said. That fascination is...
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    • Mar
Students have a unique chance to understand current issues from different perspectives thanks to a free “Cross-Cultural Lunch and Learn” workshop series planned by the UK College of Education Office of International School Partnerships. The events help students improve their cross-cultural communication skills and learn about ways they can take action. Funding is provided by an Inclusiveness Excellence grant awarded to...
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    • Mar
The University of Kentucky College of Education's Inclusiveness Committee will host its next Fireside Chat from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, April 13, 2017 in 109 Dickey Hall. Fireside Chat Poster The presentation, "April is the Cruelest Month: An Autistic Perspective on 'Awareness,'" will be given by Bev Harp, a disability specialist with UK’s Human Development Institute. Harp is a...