News & Events

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    • Jul
The Women and Philanthropy organization on campus awarded a grant to the Department of Early Childhood, Special Education and Rehabilitation Counseling. The $44,620 grant will fund five master’s degree students in the new Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis program directed by Dr. Allan Allday. The students will be working in high-needs schools with children and youth exhibiting challenging...
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    • Jul

Touching Lives Award

Dr. Donna Brostek-Lee and clinical instructor Gerald Abner Dr. Donna Brostek- Lee and clinical instructor Gerald Abner received the Touching Lives Award at the Kentucky Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired state conference. Brostek and Abner developed the teacher preparation program in visual impairments at UK. Both are well known in Kentucky for their...
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    • Jul

Helping Hands

Students and faculty in India During Spring Break, Early Childhood, Special Education, and Rehabilitation Counseling Department (EDSRC) faculty and students traveled to a small village in southern India to work with community partners in the provision of assessment and intervention services to children and youth with disabilities. Most of the children are provided intervention through a local non-profit organization. Some...
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    • Jul
Dr. Kelly D. Bradley (PI) and Dr. Beth Goldstein (Co- PI) have been awarded an eLearning Innovation Initiative grant in the amount of $141,247. The grant, “Methods in Education,” will support the development of an online master’s degree in Research Methods in...
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    • Jul
By Ashley Jones Ashley Jones at Commencement I am a candidate for receiving a master’s degree in Health Promotion in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Promotion. One of the opportunities available for students in the Health Promotion program is to complete an internship. I chose to work alongside Casey Gilvin, who is the fitness director of the Johnson Center...