Kentucky Selected as National Education Innovation Laboratory Partner

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by Amanda Nelson Kentucky is among six states selected to lead the nation in developing transformative educational practices as part of the Chief Council of State School Officers’ Partnership for Next Generation Learning. States selected include Kentucky, Maine, New York, Ohio, West Virginia and Wisconsin. The Kentucky Board of Education … Read More

Bishop Chairs 21st Annual Brain Injury Summit

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by Jenny Wells, UK Public Relations University of Kentucky faculty, along with colleagues from the Brain Injury Alliance of Kentucky (BIAK) and Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation Hospital, will participate in the 21st annual Brain Injury Summit, a forum created and hosted by the BIAK, Friday, April 9 at Cardinal Hill Rehabilitation … Read More

Visiting Physical Education Researcher to Give Lecture at UK

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By Brad Duncan Stuart Fairclough has traveled throughout the United Kingdom addressing the importance of physical activity and education. Now he will visit another UK, the University of Kentucky, to speak on his research in this area thanks to the UK College of Education’s Internationalization Committee and Department of Kinesiology … Read More

Turkish Leader in Higher Ed Brings Ideas to UK

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By Jenny Wells, UK Public Relations In today’s global world, one of University of Kentucky Provost Kumble Subbaswamy’s top goals is to make UK a more internationalized institution and to build relationships with other institutions and leaders from around the globe, and the university is doing just that with its … Read More

Three Named to Associate Dean Positions

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by Brad Duncan With a retirement and the creation of a new position, the UK College of Education has seen some shuffling among its associate deans. Effective July 1, 2010, the college will have three associate deans handling the day-to-day work in academics, engagement and research. Rosetta Sandidge, associate professor … Read More

Almario Receives Kentucky Sexual Assault Awareness Award

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by Brad Duncan For five years, UK College of Education doctoral student Maria Almario has dedicated herself to advocacy and activism initiatives on behalf of women who are victims of sexual assault. As a result of her work in this area, the Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs honored Almario … Read More

Colleges of Education, Engineering and Arts & Sciences Hold STEM Symposium

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by Brad Duncan The UK colleges of Education, Engineering and Arts & Sciences held the inaugural STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Education Conference on Feb. 19. Through paper presentations, posters and roundtable discussions, faculty and students discussed numerous avenues for the enhancement of STEM-related education and creation of new … Read More

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