News & Events

    • 07
    • May
Juggling college life, work and extracurricular activities can be a daunting task for many. However, College of Education students Ashley Dimkich and Greg Dombrowski are examples of how it can be done with excellent results. Dimkich and Dombrowski were named finalists for the Southeastern Conference’s H. Boyd McWhorter Student-Athlete of the Year award. They will receive a $5,000 post-graduate scholarship...
    • 07
    • May
The UK College of Education made an impact at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) annual meeting in March. Thirty-seven faculty members and students participated in numerous presentations and panels, presenting their research to members of the national organization. “Research productivity is one of the core missions of the UK College of Education,” Dean James Cibulka said. “AERA is perhaps the...
    • 07
    • May
In early April, the UK College of Education Graduate Program in Rehabilitation Counseling hosted a national seminar focused on an ongoing concern among the rehabilitation community. Co-sponsored by the Rho Zeta Chapter of the Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Honor Society and the UK Rehabilitation Counseling Student Association, the seminar entitled “Rehabilitation Counseling and Military Veterans with Disabilities: A Comprehensive Seminar on...
    • 07
    • May
Thanks to the guidance of College of Education Professor Xin Ma, the Winburn Middle School MathCounts team had a strong finish in the 2008 Kentucky State MathCounts Competition. Ma, a professor of mathematics education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, coached the team beginning in November 2007. He led one student to a third-place finish in the Countdown Round of...
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    • Apr
With 4,500 members in attendance at the 2008 National Association of School Psychologists (NASP) Convention in March three UK College of Education faculty members and three students were among the select number who gave presentations on their research or current topics in the field. Melissa Wheatley, first-year doctoral student, presented a poster on the quality and content of IEP goals for...