News & Events

    • 02
    • Mar
The Kentucky Early Childhood Data System (KEDS), a cooperative venture between UK and three funding sources in the state of Kentucky, was recently designated a Commonwealth Collaborative by UK President Lee T. Todd, Jr. Projects earning the Commonwealth Collaborative standing are programs that Dr. Todd feels are aimed at improving health, education, economic development, the environment and exposure to cultural events....
    • 05
    • Feb
Professor Alan DeYoung (EPE) will be traveling to the former Soviet Republic of Kyrgyzstan during the Spring 2008 semester to conduct research under a United States Department of State-funded project. He will study “Making Market Choices in Higher Education: How Students Choose Universities and Specializations and How Universities Create New Specializations in Contemporary Kyrgyzstan.” Dr. DeYoung’s research will examine student...
    • 05
    • Feb
The University of Kentucky Office of International Affairs and the Asia Center are proud to offer a four-week Education Abroad Program opportunity in China for the 2008 Summer Session. The program, which runs May 14-June 11, offers students the opportunity to learn about the history, culture and people of China. The core of the program will be three weeks of classes...
    • 05
    • Feb
Professor William E. Stilwell (EDP) College of Education Emeritus Faculty and Director of Graduate Studies in the Department of Educational and Counseling Psychology, was featured in the February 2008 issue of Kentucky Teacher magazine for his long-time use of LISTSERVs to allow easier, more specific e-mail communications between groups of teachers, administrators and students. Dr. Stilwell introduced listservs to the UK...
    • 25
    • Jan
The College of Education’s Institute for Educational Research is sponsoring a colloquium on “The Appalachian Math & Science Partnership: Data and Research Opportunities” to be held Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008. The event will run 2-3:30 p.m. in the Taylor Education Building Auditorium. Faculty and graduate students are invited to hear background on the National Science Foundation-funded AMSP initiative from Wimberly Royster,...