The College of Education aspires to be known throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky and region-at-large as the leader in providing opportunities for engaged learning and applied scholarship that fosters individual growth and collective success.
The College of Education Spotlight Series features students, faculty, staff, and alumni who are doing great work. Dr. Mark Wasiscko and students in the Mindful Helping Professionals classes have collaborated to create a “10-week, open, online mindfulness workshop accessible to all students, staff, faculty, NKU alumni, and the community designed to help participants increase their awareness and decrease their stress.” This project was awarded a Coronavirus Opportunity Grant by the NKU Institute for Health Innovation. Master of Social Work student Shannon Wilson and Bachelor of Social Work student Miranda Cox join Dr. Wasiscko in an interview to share their inspiration for the project and the impact of mindfulness in the helping professions.
College of Education students are in demand for paid
employment opportunities in the community. Jobs include assisting with virtual
learning, tutoring, and coaching. Students can now access these opportunities
on the NKU COE Padlet
To request to share an employment opportunity, please
contact the Office of the Dean at email@example.com.
The College of Education's Think Tanks are designed to be a day of thought-provoking learning and dialogue that results in individual and collective commitments to address the issues highlighted. Find out more about our past and future Think Tank Series presentations.
Whether you are a new college student, a new transfer student, a continuing student or a returning student, our advising center is here to serve all COE students, no matter how sure or unsure you are about what steps to take. We work with you from the very start to help you navigate the paths available to and make informed decisions.
A gift to the College of Education strengthens its programs such as the Institute for Talent Development and Gifted Studies which serves high potential and gifted youth, their parents, and educators.. Our students partner with over 400 organizations, schools, and agencies in the community to bring about local change.