Asbury Hosts Math Night for K-12 Students

Asbury University’s Math Department will host its annual Math Night, open to all students in grades K-12, on April 10.

WILMORE, Ky. — Asbury University’s Math Department will host its annual Math Night, open to all students in grades K-12, on April 16 from 6-8 p.m. The registration cost is $5 per student (maximum $10 per family). Register for Math Night. 

Beijing Travel Course Pricing & Terms


$2,625 per person

Includes three academic credits for ED 393. Pricing includes international airfare from Chicago, IL to and from China. It also includes all meals, housing, and transportation costs in-country. There will also be local excursions.


There is limited space on this tour, so reserve your spot by submitting the 1st payment of $300 by March 2, 2018.

Beijing Travel Course Itinerary

July 15 (SUNDAY):
Flight to Beijing, China

July 16 (Monday):
Arrive Beijing, China

July 17 (Tuesday):
“CIP Beijing” English Camp Begins

July 29 (Sunday):
English Camp Concludes

July 30 (Monday):
Return to the USA


Travel Courses

Travel Courses are faculty-led short-term travel or off-campus opportunities. Students have the opportunity to participate in experiential learning while traveling and earning academic credit. From time to time the School of Education will offer travel course options crafted specifically for education students but may also be open to all students.

Dr. Allie Rhodes

Assistant Professor

Dr. Rhodes is an Assistant Professor in the School of Education with an emphasis in Special Education. She received both her Bachelor’s and her Master’s degree from Asbury University and her PhD in Special Education from the University of Kentucky. She has 13 years of experience as a teacher in the public schools. Her research interests are special education, inclusion, assistive technology, communication disorders, developmental and intellectual disabilities, and disability rights and advocacy

Heather Jacobs

Staff Assistant-Taskstream Manager

Barbara Hamilton

Assistant Professor, Middle and Secondary Education

Barbara is excited to return to Asbury University as an Assistant Professor of Middle and Secondary Education. She holds a BA in Secondary Education English (‘92) and an MA in Literacy (‘13), as well as an MAEd in Teacher Leadership('15).  As a certified Reading Specialist, she has enjoyed more than a decade of teaching in both public and private schools. She lives in Nicholasville with her husband, Glenn (’91), their three children, Abby (’17), Zac (’21), and Katy, and a very spunky golden doodle.

Asbury Education Student Wins Statewide Scholarship

Sarah Hatton ’17, a graduate student in Asbury’s School of Education, is passionate about improving schools through administrative leadership.
Sarah Hatton and student Mollianne Crawford load up materials for a Humane Society drive at Auburn Elementary School.



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