News & Events

    • 02
    • May
University of Kentucky College of Education students stood in front of Dickey Hall last week, holding signs welcoming 125 third graders from Breckinridge Elementary to the UK campus. UK student with Breckinridge students The elementary education majors had been preparing for Breckinridge’s visit since the beginning of the semester. UK literacy methods instructors Dr. Mary Shake and Ms. Joni Meade...
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    • Apr
It’s not in the least unusual to see large groups of young people walking across the University of Kentucky campus. What does make some in the campus community pause and give certain groups a second look — even a smile — is that some of those young people are far, far shorter and younger than the norm. On a regular basis, especially during the warmer months of...
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    • Apr
Elementary education majors poised to graduate from the University of Kentucky College of Education will soon begin the process of finding a teaching position. Several Lexington principals and school leaders recently played a role in helping the students prepare. A seminar was held at Veterans Park Elementary where students learned about the application and interview process from Amy McVey, principal of...
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    • Apr
Female students are less likely than their male counterparts to pursue careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (also known as STEM), but a group of women at the University of Kentucky are trying to change that. In partnership with the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Kentucky branch, a group of UK students, faculty and staff have...
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    • Apr
Undergraduate Research Fellows at National Council of Undergraduate Research (NCUR) Conference in Asheville, NC . The University of Kentucky College of Education’s STEM Education Department is a host site for the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. Dr. Molly Fisher (PI) and Dr. Jennifer Wilhelm (co-PI) received funding for this project to help undergraduates explore and participate in...