• Teachers Who Made a Difference

    In its 17th year, the University of Kentucky College of Education’s Teachers Who Made a Difference program has completed accepting submissions for the 2015 program.

    Teachers Who Made a Difference
  • WITH NIH Fellowship, Ph.D. Student Pursues Passion to Help

    A fellowship from the National Institutes of Health will help Joi-Sheree’ Knighton examine issues of drug use and HIV infection in certain populations. Read more.

     

     

    WITH NIH Fellowship, Ph.D. Student Pursues Passion to Help
  • Ready, set, innovate!

    Check out resources for students, faculty and staff, and of course, future students and alumni. Here’s a handy link to resources from A-Z to help you find what you need as well to make this a great semester to inquire, innovate and inspire!

    Ready, set, innovate!
  • RESEARCH & REFLECTION FOR LEARNING & LEADING

    “There are so many diverse educational backgrounds in the College of Education, I feel that I’m constantly absorbing new information.” – student Sheryl Means Read more.

    RESEARCH & REFLECTION FOR LEARNING & 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
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When alumna Dixie Miller met Olivia — a tiny baby with a big hole in her heart — doctors doubted Olivia would live to have surgery. Miller had recently become certified to accept foster children when a friend told her about Olivia, who at the time lived with a family equipped to care for medically fragile children. But Miller wasn’t...
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