Eastern Kentucky University’s Division of Continuing Education and Outreach will offer more than 60 community education courses from July through December.
Eastern Kentucky University will launch a doctoral degree program in occupational therapy in Spring 2013.
The University’s third doctoral degree program was formally approved on June 21 by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. Eastern already offers doctoral degrees in educational leadership and policy studies and in nursing practice.
A graduate student in Eastern Kentucky University’s Occupational Therapy program is helping pregnant and parenting teens through the use of photography and journaling.
Patricia Truesdell, who will graduate this year from EKU’s nationally ranked master’s degree program in OT, worked with Emily Helton, a 2008 EKU OT graduate.
Business owners and entrepreneurs in Estill County now have another convenient resource to help them achieve their dreams.
Debra Hoskins has resigned as executive director for the Center for the Arts at Eastern Kentucky University.
Hoskins has served in the position since January 2011. A national search for her successor will begin immediately.
Eastern Kentucky University student Brittany D. Neaves, of Mount Sterling, recently was selected to serve on the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society’s 2012-14 Council of Students.
Eastern Kentucky University, nationally recognized for its commitment to helping military veterans complete their college education, now has a full-time vocational rehabilitation counselor through its participation in the VetSuccess on Campus program.
The Eastern Kentucky University Department of Curriculum and Instruction has been selected by NASA's Aerospace Education Services Project (AESP) to participate as a member in a newly created alliance designed to provide professional development for educators.
An Eastern Kentucky University senior from Richmond is one of 59 Tillman Military Scholars nationwide.
Andrew Napier, a biology/pre-medical science major who served six years in the Army National Guard after graduating from Madison Central High School in 2006, will use the $9,000 scholarship to finish his studies at EKU this fall and prepare for medical school.