A forensic psychology class at Eastern Kentucky University enjoyed a different sort of field trip recently.
Rather than lecture about how psychologists offer testimony in court trials, Dustin Wygant, assistant professor of psychology, arranged for a demonstration that involved several EKU students.
A collaborative project to offer an English transition course with area school districts continues Eastern Kentucky University’s commitment to developing high school partnerships to promote the college and workforce readiness of Kentucky’s youth.
Dr. Tom Otieno, associate dean for administrative affairs and research with Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Arts & Sciences, has been elected to a one-year term on the Board of Directors of the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences.
An economic education program established to help Madison County schoolchildren learn how to make wise financial decisions has proven successful in its inaugural year.
Dr. Sherwood Thompson, assistant dean of the College of Education at Eastern Kentucky University, was recently elected president of the National Academy of Educational Research by the Association for the Advancement of Educational Research.
Eastern Kentucky University has become only the fourth educational institution in the nation to join the “Best Should Teach” initiative.
Dr. Doris Pierce, endowed chair in Occupational Therapy at Eastern Kentucky University, was recently chosen by the Society for the Study of Occupation: USA to present the 10th annual Ruth Zemke Lecture in Occupational Science.
The familiar Shaker song, “Simple Gifts,” is about discovering one’s own unique talents and gifts. That’s exactly what 10-year-old Tad Johnson struggles with in the new Kentucky-based novel for young readers, “’Tis a Gift,” by Rebecca Mitchell Turney and Marie Mitchell.