The new executive director of The EKU Center for the Arts brings 20 years of experience of helping to bring leading entertainment acts to central Kentucky.
As a beta site nationally for its implementation of the Campus Aggression Prevention System (CAPS), Eastern Kentucky University is at “the vanguard of campus safety.”
Dr. Guenter Schuster, recently retired Foundation Professor of Biological Sciences at Eastern Kentucky University, is making international headlines for his part in an important biological discovery.
The Eastern Kentucky University Workforce Education Office will be providing customer service training for the staff of newly elected Madison County Clerk Kenny Barger.
Two groups from Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Music will now gain international notoriety, thanks to their inclusion on the playlist of Wind Band FM on the internet.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Stephen Collins Foster Academy for Musical Excellence (FAME) has created a Home School Choir program, which is open to home school students at elementary school-level (grades 4-8) throughout the central Kentucky region.
A national search that attracted more than 1,300 candidates ended with the selection of an Eastern Kentucky University official as the new President and CEO of the Center for Women and Families in Louisville.
The Arts and Humanities Collaborative in Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education is sponsoring 11 professional development sessions for K-12 teachers throughout the University’s service region.
The second annual issue of Jelly Bucket, the international literary journal designed and produced by students in Eastern Kentucky University’s MFA in Creative Writing Program, is now available.
U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki and Hall of Fame football coach Roy Kidd addressed 1,202 degree candidates at Eastern Kentucky University’s annual fall commencement on Saturday, Dec. 18.