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UK College of Education Grad Programs Ranked 58th in Nation

Once again, the University of Kentucky College of Education is ranked among the best in the nation. The college is the top-ranked in Kentucky and 58th overall in the U.S. on the 2024 list of top schools to pursue a graduate degree in education, announced today by U.S. News and World Report.

Provost IMPACT Award addresses teacher shortage

The Institutional Multidisciplinary Paradigm to Accelerate Collaboration and Transformation (IMPACT) Awards were launched in 2023 to champion the necessary and groundbreaking work done by University of Kentucky faculty and other campus community members. The inaugural IMPACT Awards total more than $600,000 — with a particular emphasis on proposals that are transdisciplinary, innovative and aligned with some aspect of The UK-PURPOSE, the UK Strategic Plan.

UK duo close Johns Hopkins online teaching symposium with podcast session

University of Kentucky College of Education Associate Professor John Nash, Ph.D., and Jason Johnston, Ph.D., hosts of the Online Learning in the Second Half podcast, facilitated a conversation about the future of online learning during a recent Johns Hopkins University symposium. The session is now available as a podcast episode for listening online.

How student-athletes handle March Madness

It’s basketball fans’ favorite time of year — March Madness. Whether it is the love of basketball, or the thrill of competition, every fan is rooting on a favorite team. Marc Cormier, director of the Sport and Exercise Psychology graduate program housed in the University of Kentucky College of Education's Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion, and director of Counseling and Sport Psychology Services in UK Athletics, once again sits down with UKNow to discuss how student-athletes handle high-pressure situations.

Education dean creates opportunity with Centennial Scholarship Fund

During the 100 years since the University of Kentucky College of Education began offering four–year degrees in 1923, thousands of graduates have shared a common desire to impact the lives of others.

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