Children & Education
  • Article
  • Oct 7 2021

College of Education researcher Collin Shepley has received a grant from the Institute of Education Sciences to develop online training for preschool teachers serving children with and without disabilities. 

  • Article
  • Aug 13 2021

Jasmyne Lewis-Combs, who earned her master’s degree in library science in 2014 from the School of Information Science (SIS), took her love of local libraries and transformed it into a career.

  • Article
  • Aug 9 2021

Toys with a Purpose is a new intergenerational initiative that will establish a lending library to support child development and promote learning through play by improving access to free adapted toys in Eastern Kentucky.

  • Article
  • Jul 28 2021

A University of Kentucky team is linking with a nationally-known education innovator to move beyond what school was before the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Article
  • Jul 23 2021

For 11 years, STEM Experiences camps have given students in second grade through high school opportunities to get a sneak peak of what it feels like to learn in university classrooms.

  • Article
  • May 3 2021

On May 7 and 8 the UK College Education offers the free conference: Education and Civil Rights for the New Decade.

  • Article
  • Apr 16 2021

Mohr-Schroeder is a professor of STEM Education and Associate Dean for Clinical Preparation and Partnerships at the University of Kentucky College of Education. Her term as President will begin in 2022.

  • Video
  • Mar 31 2021

The STEM Through Authentic Research and Training (START) program at UK is creating a unique pipeline to promote careers for underrepresented populations, first-generation college students, and girls and women in STEM. START is funded by a five-year, $1.3 million Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences.

  • Article
  • Feb 25 2021

When respondents were asked what five words best characterized how they felt during the Fall 2020 semester, the most common responses were “anxious,” “overwhelmed,” “stress,” “tired” and “worry.”

  • Podcast
  • Feb 1 2021

Christian Brady was the first T.W. Lewis Dean of the Lewis Honors College at the University of Kentucky. He is a scholar of ancient Hebrew and Jewish literature, and has been a long-time national leader in honors education, coming to UK in 2017 after a 10-year stint as dean of the Schreyer Honors College at Penn State University.