• RESEARCH AND REFLECTION FOR LEARNING AND LEADING

    UK College of Education students find numerous ways to do this through our degrees and programs. We work diligently with our students to discover how to turn their interests into successful careers.

    RESEARCH AND REFLECTION FOR LEARNING AND LEADING
  • WORLD CLASS FACULTY

    Long recognized as a leader in education and health professions, our University of Kentucky College of Education faculty take great pride in producing well-prepared professionals, ready to join local and global efforts in addressing some of society’s most critical needs.

    WORLD CLASS FACULTY
  • Inspiring young minds

    STEM Camp at the University of Kentucky Colleges of Education and Engineering gives incoming 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade students positive, authentic, hands-on experiences in the science, technology, engineering and math disciplines. For more on STEM camp at UK, check outDr. Margaret Mohr-Schroeder’s blog and the STEM camp twitter feed.

    Inspiring young minds
  • INSPIRATIONAL ALUMNI

    UK College of Education graduates are recognized among the top professionals in the nation. See how alumnus Brandon Abdon continues to “Inquire, Innovate, and Inspire” in his career.

    INSPIRATIONAL ALUMNI
  • EARLY CHILDHOOD LAB

    More than 1,000 students per semester gain observation hours and clinical experiences in the UK College of Education Early Childhood Lab, which serves as a teaching facility to train the next generation of early childhood professionals.

    EARLY CHILDHOOD LAB
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  Growing up in Detroit, Michigan, Joi-Sheree’ Knighton saw first-hand the implications of drug use and the incidence of HIV infection in African American men and women. Now, thanks to a fellowship from the National Institutes of Health, Knighton will continue to examine these issues and the state of healthcare among these populations. “I have seen individuals struggle with substance use and eventually...
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    The UK College of Education Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion is partnering with the Parent Teacher Association (PTA) in Fayette County to provide health and fitness expertise for its annual 5K program. “This is the third year the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion (KHP) will be working with this fun, health-promoting event,” says Dr. Melinda Ickes, assistant professor. “I...
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