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Dr. Raymond Lauk Awarded 2020-21 Critical Thinking Award

Dr. Raymond Lauk: EKU 2020-21 Critical Thinking Award Winner

Dr. Raymond Lauk was recently awarded the 2020-21 Critical Thinking Award. This award recognizes outstanding faculty members who have had substantial positive effects on developing their students’ critical/creative thinking skills. Dr.

Why are you a school administrator?

Why are you a school administrator? Share your story to inspire future educators

We are collecting stories to inspire a new generation of teachers, principals, superintendents, and other school educators. Please share your story with us by completing the survey below or at this link.

Travis Marcum: Focus on EKU College of Education Graduates

Travis Marcum: Focus on EKU College of Education Graduates

EKU alumnus Travis Marcum is a teacher and school administrator in his eleventh year as an educator.  He earned his undergraduate degree from EKU in middle grades education (2010) and is currently enrolled in EKU’s

New Faculty Coordinators for EKU’s Educational Leadership Programs

EKU's Dr. Ray Lauk and Dr. Todd McCardle

Dr. Ray Lauk and Dr. Todd McCardle are new coordinators for EKU’s Educational Leadership graduate programs.

EKU Counseling Graduate Student awarded the Dianne Hill Scholarship

Jacob Frommeyer awarded Diane Hill Scholarship in 2020

Jacob Frommeyer, a graduate student in the EKU College of Education’s Mental Health Counseling program, was recently awarded the Diane Hill Scholarship.  Jacob is originally from Alexandria, Kentucky in Campbell County but currently lives in Lexington. He was an undergraduate at EKU, earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in child and family studies.

Counseling Career Offers Wide Range of Opportunities

EKU College of Education Counseling graduate

Ashley Nicole De La Torre-Brooks enjoys the counseling profession because of her ability to help others as well as advocate for the community. Dr. De La Torre-Brooks earned her masters from EKU’s College of Education in 2011 with a focus on Mental Health Counseling.  In 2019, she earned her doctorate in Counselor Education and Supervision​ from EKU. Dr.

Veteran and EKU Alumnus Chose Counseling as Career to Give Back to Community

Dakota Gallimore, EKU College of Education Counseling Graduate

Dakota Gallimore knew he wanted his career after the Marine Corps to focus on mental health, but he wasn’t sure what route was best. A native Kentuckian, he chose EKU because of the university’s reputation with veterans. He earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology (2017) and while taking undergraduate classes at EKU he discovered his career path as a counselor.

EKU's School Principal Program Redesigned to Meet Changing Needs of Schools

EKU’s school principal Educational Specialist program will transition to Master of Education in Instructional Leadership program in August 2020.

Dr. Carol Ann Sommer selected EKU Foundation Professor

Dr. Carol Ann Sommer, professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Counselor Education & Communication, was recently selected as a 2020-22 EKU Foundation Professor.

2nd Embracing Change Conference a Success; Make Plans to Attend 3rd Embracing Change Conference

Norman Powell, Roger Cleveland, and Sherwood Thompson

The College of Education sponsored the 2nd Embracing Change Conference on March 1, 2019 and is planning the 3rd Embracing Change Conference on Friday, March 27, 2020

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