The State Journal, based in Frankfort, Ky., published an opinion/editorial column by Dr. John Thelin on the implications of tax changes on higher education, particularly in Kentucky. Read the column here.
The University of Kentucky College of Education held a celebratory reception for the undergraduate, graduate and professional students who will have completed their degrees by the end of the fall 2017 semester. Their accomplishments were recognized the following day during the UK December 2017 Commencement Ceremonies. More than 1,000 students were … Read More
The UK College of Education Council of Student Leaders is collecting books to put into the hands of local children. The book drive continues through Dec. 22. News reporter Amber Philpott, of WKYT, recently stopped by to see students Jordan Traen and Rachel Immerman at work collecting and sorting books. … Read More
The UK College of Education Council of Student Leaders is working with the Collaborative Center for Literacy Development and Books for Children to donate books to underprivileged children who have never owned a new book. We will also send books to elementary school libraries in need. How you can help: … Read More
Women’s sexual desire is influenced by a host of factors. In a study published in Sexuality & Culture, University of Kentucky College of Education researchers homed in on a piece of the puzzle — the influence of social and cultural issues on desire. It’s a factor not often studied, particularly … Read More
The College of Education is hosting a commencement reception Thursday, Dec. 14, 4 to 6 p.m. in Taylor Education Building. Bring family and friends along to celebrate with faculty and staff as we honor our 2017 graduating class. Please RSVP by Tuesday, Dec. 12, to https://goo.gl/forms/Cn8Clpr4LNj21MVj2.
The University of Kentucky Office of LGBTQ* Resources — in partnership with Dr. Kristen Mark, LGBTQ* Resources faculty fellow and faculty member in the UK College of Education’s Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion — is offering a unique education abroad experience focused on gender and sexuality in Kentucky and … Read More
Wealthy charter school backers have directed most of their money to a select number of states, particularly ones where charter schools are better at raising test scores, according to a new study by Dr. Joseph Ferrare, Assistant Professor in the Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation and graduate Renee … Read More
Story by Whitney Harder School is tough for a lot of children, but the classroom can be especially stressful for kids struggling with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). As a matter of fact, nearly 15 percent of Kentucky children are currently diagnosed with ADHD, the highest rate in the nation. Many struggle to pay … Read More