Dr. Richard Crosby and Dr. Kenneth Tunnell are the latest faculty members to earn Eastern Kentucky University’s highest honor for teaching excellence.
Hummel Planetarium at Eastern Kentucky University will resume public shows on Saturdays, beginning April 12.
A new projection system, designed and installed by Information Technology staff at the University, has replaced outdated, unreliable equipment, allowing programs to be displayed across the full dome.
Not every college student heads to the beach or even back home for Spring Break.
Forty-eight Eastern Kentucky University students (along with five faculty/staff learning partners) fanned out across the country for “Alternative Spring Break” March 10-14 and contributed more than 1,400 hours of public service.
Dr. Marshall Myers takes a look at “Historic True Tales of Cultural Ingenuity” in Kentucky’s colorful early history in his latest book.
“Only in Old Kentucky,” published by The History Press, contains captivating and sometimes bizarre accounts of hidden oddities and curiosities about the Bluegrass State rarely brought to light.
Not many Americans have any great desire to travel to Siberia.
But Dr. Michael Schumann’s interest in the region has helped extend the reach and reputation of Eastern Kentucky University into that scenic but often forgotten part of the world.
A group of Eastern Kentucky University students will help shine a spotlight on the 27th annual East Kentucky Leadership Conference, to be held April 24-25 in Somerset.
Eastern Kentucky University students, faculty and staff will come together April 14-18 to celebrate a campus culture of scholarship, research and creative endeavors.
A grant from the Eastern Kentucky University Center for Appalachian Regional Engagement and Stewardship (CARES) is sending kindergarten students from one Estill County school to outer space.
Well, not exactly, but the grant is helping to heighten the youngsters’ interest in the skies and science.
The research of an Eastern Kentucky University biology professor into the evolutionary history of all green plants is earning considerable national attention.
Eastern Kentucky University, home to more than 1,300 veterans and their dependents, is ranked seventh nationally among the “Best for Vets: Business Schools” by Military Times EDGE magazine, up from 16th a year ago.
Two members of Eastern Kentucky University’s health promotion and administration faculty – Dr. Michael Ballard and Dr. Laurie Larkin – were honored at the joint American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (AAHPERD) Southern District/ Kentucky Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance (KAHPERD) conference in Lexington on Feb.
Eastern Kentucky University’s chapter of the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society is hosting a book drive to benefit Mayfield Elementary School during the month of March.
Dr. Cynthia (Mil) Duncan will address "Why Poverty Persists in Rural America" on Friday, March 28, as part of theWelch Appalachian Social and Economic Justice Lecture Series at Eastern Kentucky University.
The event will begin at 3:30 p.m. in EKU’s Business and Technology Center Auditorium.
Eastern Kentucky University recruitment publications received top recognition in the 2014 Council for Advancement and Support of Education’s District III competition.
More and more Japanese teens are learning about Eastern Kentucky University, thanks to a new partnership with a prominent recruiting publication in the island nation.
The Center for Career and Cooperative Education at Eastern Kentucky University recently recognized the Amazon Fulfillment Network as its 2014 Employer of the Year.
In presenting the award, EKU President Michael Benson said Amazon “has shown dedication to the professional growth of EKU students and alumni.”
The White House has taken on a maroon hue this spring.
Seth Henderson, Berea, a senior political science and criminal justice major at Eastern Kentucky University, was selected to serve a 14-week internship in the White House Office of Presidential Correspondence.
The Center for Appalachian Regional Engagement and Stewardship (CARES) at Eastern Kentucky University is partnering with The Kentucky Office of Adventure Tourism to launch the Trail Town Ambassador Program.
When she first enrolled at Bluegrass Community and Technical College, Ileana Padilla took only one course. By her own admission “a non-non-non-traditional student,” she simply wasn’t sure she could master college classes.