College of Education to Play Host to International Development Conference

by Brad Duncan As part of the Open Society Foundations’ (OSF) Faculty Development Fellowship program, faculty members from universities in Eastern Europe and Central Asia spend a semester at a United States university during each of three successive years. These faculty, from countries such as Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, … Read More

Tice Authors New Book, To Give Lecture

Karen Tice, associate professor in the UK College of Education Department of Educational Policy Studies and Evaluation, recently authored her new book, “Queens of Academe: Beauty Pageantry, Student Bodies, and Campus Life,” published by Oxford University Press. Tice, who also holds a joint appointment in the College of Arts and … Read More

Clasey Honored by the Louisville Science Center

by Brad Duncan A growing health concern in the United States is the increased numbers of children who are categorized as obese. In Kentucky, Jody Clasey has been fighting the war on obesity as director of the Pediatric Exercise Physiology Lab (PEP-Lab) housed in the UK College of Education. Through … Read More

NSF Awards $1.3 Million for Science and Engineering After School Program

by Jenny Wells, UK Public Relations The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the School of Education at Virginia Tech and the College of Education at the University of Kentucky $1.3 million to implement and evaluate an inquiry-based after school program for middle school students in rural Appalachia. The three-year … Read More

College of Education Co-Sponsors 3rd Annual STEM Symposium

The Third Annual STEM Symposium: Connecting STEM Education Across the Bluegrass State was held Friday, February 3, 2012. The event was co-sponsored by the University of Kentucky Colleges of Education, Engineering, Arts & Sciences, Agriculture, Communications and Medicine, the UK Office of the Provost, and the Partnership Institute for Mathematics … Read More

Now Experience Open Source Linux on Computers in the ITC Lab

The College of Education Instructional Technology Center (ITC) has expanded the role of Linux to include desktop computers in the open lab located in room 151 Taylor Education Building. Two Linux computers now are available which can do most everything a Windows or Mac computer can do. They have a … Read More

College of Education Offering K2 Activities

The University of Kentucky College of Education will hold activities for students each Thursday from January 19 to February 16. Students who began coursework in the College in Fall 2011 or Spring 2012 are welcome to attend any or all sessions. Your Department, Your Program, Your Student Organization… Date: Thursday, … Read More

College of Education Celebrates CPR Success Story

by Brad Duncan The vacation didn’t play out how it was supposed to, but thanks to a “being in the right place at the right time” situation, John “Toby” Tyler is still alive. While visiting North Carolina in late July 2009, College of Education alumna and part-time instructor Vicki Sageser … Read More

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