Student Research Conference Registration Open

Students (both undergraduate and graduate) have an opportunity to present research (whether it is completed, in progress, or at the proposal stage) in a safe and collaborative environment at the 2019 Spring Research Conference. The event is a joint effort by the University of Kentucky, University of Louisville and University … Read More

Belize Spring Break Scholarship Information

UK Education Abroad “New Horizons” Scholarship This scholarship is specifically for students participating in embedded faculty-directed programs. You should absolutely apply! This scholarship takes the place of the “UK EA Scholarship” which is only available for full-term programs. The potential award amount for the New Horizons Scholarship is $500. You … Read More

Academic Actions

Guidelines for Academic Actions The College of Education offers several services to support the undergraduate student’s academic progress. The academic action specialist seeks to provide mediation, guidance, and support for students who are making little or no progress due to academic or non-academic circumstances. To initiate these services a student … Read More

UK Hosts Kentucky Teacher Educators Conference, Focuses on Partnerships

The Kentucky Association of Teacher Educators (KATE) 2018 Conference was hosted recently at the Hilary J. Boone Center on the University of Kentucky campus. Dr. Kim White, clinical associate professor in the UK College of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction, is KATE president and oversaw conference planning. The conference … Read More

STEM Summer Experiences Spark Middle Schoolers’ Interests

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Every summer, noticeably younger students inhabit the University of Kentucky in a camp that offers middle schoolers fun, real-life immersion into the world of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. A collaboration with the UK College of Education and UK College of Engineering, the See Blue See STEM Summer Experiences expose students … Read More

EduBlog: Ways to Stay Active and Boost Energy This Summer

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By Colleen Cornelius, Doctoral Candidate, School Psychology program Ahhh, summer – the perfect time to sit back, relax, and rejuvenate after a busy school year punctuated with stressful days and long nights of homework and school activities. While it’s certainly relaxing to get caught up on this season’s reality TV … Read More

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