News from the College of Education & Human Development


CEHD Receives $5 Million for Signature Partnership Initiative

The Mary K. Oxley Foundation has awarded the CEHD $5 million to support Signature Partnership Initiatives including the clinical model of teacher preparation, professional development for teachers, summer programs for elementary and middle school students, and funding for teachers who want to pursue National Board Certification. Read More »

CEHD Insider – January 2015


Catch up on the latest news about CEHD faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Read More »

Miss Kentucky a UofL CEHD Student


UofL junior Katie George knows all about winning titles. She has earned local, state, national and international accolades as a top notch Cardinal volleyball player. But on January 11th, she earned a different title--Miss Kentucky USA. Read More »

Space Bootcamp Sponsored by Time Warner Cable


Time Warner Cable/Connect a Million Minds is generously supporting Gheen Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium's first after-school space engineering bootcamp. Read More »

CEHD Insider: December 2014


The CEHD Insider is a monthly internal newsletter that features news about faculty, staff, students and alumni. Read More »

CEHD Insider – November 2014


CEHD Insider - November 2014 Catch up on the latest news from faculty, staff and students in the CEHD. Read More »

CEHD Insider October 2014


The CEHD Insider is a monthly internal newsletter for faculty and staff that highlights news and events related to the college. To keep our alumni and friends better informed about the CEHD, the Insider will now be posted on the news site. Read More »

CEHD Insider – September 2014

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The CEHD Insider highlights news and events that are shared internally with faculty and staff. In an effort to keep our alumni, students and friends of the college better informed, the Insider will now be posted on the general news site each month. Read More »

SPAD Students Earning Class Credits at PGA


The 2014 PGA Championship at Valhalla may be weeks away, but a group of students in the College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) Sports Administration (SPAD) program will begin a three-credit-hour class at the course this week. The master's level class is a hands-on study in corporate hospitality at sports events. Read More »

Athlete’s Use of Twitter Analyzed in Study


Dr. Marion Hambrick, assistant professor with the CEHD's Department of Health and Sport Sciences, and colleagues, Jimmy Sanderson of Clemson University, and Evan Frederick of University of New Mexico, conducted a study of Lance Armstrong's communications on Twitter before and after the doping scandal. Read More »