Eastern Kentucky University’s new tartan design is now officially listed on the Scottish Register of Tartans, providing the University worldwide recognition and another means for branding.
The tartan will begin to show up as early this fall on a variety of products, including tumblers, phone cases, ties and wool scarves.
Eastern Kentucky University will offer a 100 percent online master’s degree in construction management for fall 2014.
The program, designed to serve current industry professionals, can be completed in as little as 18 months and is unique in that it offers an avenue of advancement for individuals from across the industry spectrum.
Eastern Kentucky University will add six degree concentrations as part of its 100 percent online Bachelor of Science in Psychology program for fall 2014.
The concentrations are designed to introduce students to highly marketable sub-specialties within the field of psychology and include:
More than 600 young musicians from nine states have descended on the Eastern Kentucky University campus this summer for the nation’s second oldest music camp.
Founded in the midst of the Great Depression, the Stephen Collins Foster Music Camps, now in their 79th season, offer numerous options throughout June for middle school and high school students.
Get Educated, a leading consumer resource for students interested in online education, has identified Eastern Kentucky University’s online master’s degree in Adult, Juvenile & Community Corrections Leadership as a "Best Buy" for those seeking a high-quality, affordableonline graduate degree.The EKU Online degree program ranked No. 13 nationwide.
Eastern Kentucky University has named Dr. Jonathan Gore, associate professor of psychology, as Undergraduate Research Coordinator.
An Eastern Kentucky University student from Richmond captured the title at the recent 2014 U.S. Open Sporting Clays Championship.
Eastern Kentucky University has announced the selection of Dr. Thomas Erekson as the new dean of its College of Business and Technology.
Laurie Carter and Dana Walton-Macaulay, the finalists to become Executive Vice President for Student Success and University Counsel at Eastern Kentucky University, will visit the campus for a series of meetings on Friday, June 13, and Tuesday, June 17, respectively.
Like the moonbow that occasionally graces nearby Cumberland Falls, officials believe a state-of-the-art railroad museum in downtown Corbin will illuminate the region’s ties to the railroad industry, draw additional tourists and boost the local economy.
Beginning this fall, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education will offer a new doctoral degree track in Counselor Education and Supervision.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, meeting in regular session on Monday, June 9, approved the University’s fourth doctoral degree program.
Jason Rainey has been named director of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Eastern Kentucky University.
Rainey, a native of Winchester, is no stranger to helping small businesses of the region succeed. Nor, as a business owner himself, is he unfamiliar with the travails that go with the job.
The 300,000-plus visitors who come to Richmond annually because of Eastern Kentucky University generate approximately $41 million for the local economy.
Eastern Kentucky University will conduct camps at its Corbin and Manchester campuses this summer for gifted and talented middle school students. The deadline to register for either camp is Friday, June 20.
Because Eastern Kentucky University CARES:
· The history behind a largely forgotten African American cemetery near Junction City is being uncovered.
· Plans for a railroad museum for Corbin are taking shape.