News & Events

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    • Feb
Faculty and students from the UK College of Education recently held a family math night at Lexington’s Beaumont Middle School, with more than 550 participants. The purpose of Family Math Nights is to increase parental involvement in mathematics and to target struggling students by encouraging more family involvement at home through fun, targeted math games. This was the third Family Math...
    • 06
    • Feb
National Academies has invited Dr. Danelle Stevens-Watkins to serve as a Ford Foundation Fellowship Program psychology panelist for the 2015 program year. The fellowships help promote the career development of highly qualified students who will contribute to diversity in higher...
    • 06
    • Feb
The National Center for Special Education Research (NCSER) recently recognized Dr. Brian Bottge as one of only a few researchers funded by the center who have conducted efficacy studies of interventions for improving the math performance of students with disabilities. The report cites Bottge’s work with Enhanced Anchored Instruction as an intervention that has made significant contributions in the area...
    • 06
    • Feb
  Dr. Margaret Mohr-Schroeder serves on the executive board of directors of the School Science and Mathematics Association. She edited the first proceedings book for the organization, published in November. STEM faculty (Drs. Molly Fisher, Rebecca McNall Krall, Margaret Mohr-Schroeder and Jennifer Wilhelm) and students (Maureen Cavalcanti, Kayla Blyman, Thomas Roberts, Bean, Cole, Kumar, Lamar, Mabson and Peake) recently presented at the...