Eastern Kentucky University Head Men’s Basketball Coach Jeff Neubauer has stepped down to accept the same position at Fordham University, a member of the Atlantic 10 Conference.
The Eastern Kentucky University Dance Theatre will present its Spring Concert Wednesday, April 15, though Saturday, April 18, in O’Donnell Hall of the Whitlock Building.
Steve Lochmueller, already a familiar name to many Kentuckians, brings an entrepreneurial vision, business savvy and proven leadership skills in diverse settings as the next Director of Athletics at Eastern Kentucky University.
Eastern Kentucky University students, faculty and staff will come together April 12-19 to celebrate a campus culture of scholarship, research and creative endeavors during the University’s annual Scholarship Week.
“Is the Wigwam Worth It?”
That’s the question posed by Eastern Kentucky University economics professor and Anderson (Ind.) High School graduate Dr. John Harter in a study published in the April issue of Contemporary Economic Policy.
Eastern Kentucky University is ranked among the top 50 schools for online bachelor’s of criminal justice degree programs by Nonprofitcollegesonline.com.
An Eastern Kentucky University faculty member has been elected to a position on the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders (ABFFD).
Dr. Charles Hughes, associate professor in EKU’s Communication Disorders Program, will serve a four-year term.
When she arrived at Eastern Kentucky University, Candi Graves dreamed of becoming a dentist in her home town of Burkesville.
A former squadron commander of the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron of the United States Air Force who helped lead an historic air strike will address Eastern Kentucky University aviation students and others on Friday, April 17.
The only woman in the United States ever exonerated from Death Row will speak at Eastern Kentucky University on Wednesday, April 8.
Sabrina Butler was a Mississippi teenager who was convicted of murder and child abuse in the death of her nine-month-old son, Walter. She was later exonerated of all wrongdoing.
One of the leading scholars on Chinese military and warfare will speak at Eastern Kentucky University on Thursday, April 9.
From frontier days to the Information Age, Kentucky women “have defied the odds and achieved success in all fields and endeavors.”
But, as scholars have bemoaned for years, their exploits have often gone unchronicled and unnoticed.
Ben Mohler has been named as Assistant Vice President for Major and Planned Gifts in Eastern Kentucky University’s Office of Development and Alumni Relations.
For the 18th consecutive year, the Empty Bowls Project is helping to put food on the table for hungry people in Madison County.
A proposed Center for Student Life at Eastern Kentucky University is aimed at transforming the student experience by revitalizing the core of the Richmond campus.
Eastern Kentucky University's Department of Philosophy and Religion will award the first Dr.
Eastern Kentucky University will host its eighth annual "Soar to New Heights" STEM-H Summer Camp for Gifted and Talented students the week of June 15-19.
Thanks to a $450,000 gift from the estate of Charles Clay Thomas, of Lexington, future generations of Eastern Kentucky University students will be able to achieve their educational dreams.
The estate gift to the EKU Foundation enabled the establishment of the Charles and Lillian Ojanen Thomas Scholarship at the University.
Pat Day, a nine-time Triple Crown race-winning jockey, and two Churchill Downs officials will speak at Eastern Kentucky University on Thursday, March 19, about some of the problems, challenges and pitfalls for those living and working at racetracks.
Eastern Kentucky University’s men’s basketball team will host Norfolk State University in the first round of the 7th Annual CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tou
Dr. Siwei Gao has been appointed to the Thomas and Rebecca Coffey Endowed Professorship in Insurance Studies at Eastern Kentucky University.
Dr. Peter Kraska has spent the last 25 years studying militarism and its consequences for how America deals with social problems, testifying last fall before the U.S. Senate on the militarization of police.
With approximately half of its workforce nearing retirement age in the next decade, the insurance industry is anticipating at least 500,000 job openings by 2022.
It’s easier than ever to transfer to Eastern Kentucky University, whether from one of the Commonwealth’s community and technical colleges or from another institution.
Amidst all the ongoing positive changes at Eastern Kentucky University, among the constants is the careful attention paid to the trees of every shape, size and species that dot the campus landscape.
Eastern Kentucky University will host the 13th annual Kentucky Science and Engineering Fair for middle school and high school students on Saturday, March 28.
Eastern Kentucky University’s men’s basketball team will make its third straight appearance in a national postseason tournament when the Colonels host a first round game in the 7th Annual CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT) on Tuesday, March 17 at 7 p.m., the university announced today.
A crime will be committed in a house on University Drive this semester.
But, even with advance knowledge, local police aren’t the least bit concerned. In fact, what happens in the house may ultimately benefit them.
The Eastern Kentucky University Epsilon Chapter of the Alpha Phi Sigma Criminal Justice Honor Society captured a record seven awards at the Society’s recent annual conference in Orlando, Fla. The awards include:
An upcoming concert at Eastern Kentucky University will showcase more than a dozen student and faculty music ensembles and raise funds for scholarships to assist future generations of EKU students.
Eastern Kentucky University has won numerous national honors in recent years for its efforts to help military veterans pursue higher education. Twice, it has been named by Military Times as the nation’s No. 1 school in its “Best for Vets” rankings.
Now, an EKU professor is using her sabbatical to help Wounded Warriors.
Juggling a full-time job and other responsibilities, Chris Kidder was drawn to Eastern Kentucky University’s fully online baccalaureate degree program in psychology.
You might remember her from the NBC sitcom “The Facts of Life.”
As the first person with a disability to have a regular role on a prime-time series, Geri Jewell inspired a generation of young people with her groundbreaking character, Cousin Geri.
A proposed Center for Student Life (CSL) that is expected to “transform the holistic ‘Eastern Experience’” for Eastern Kentucky University students took a major step forward on March 3.
An Eastern Kentucky University graduate student is one of only 10 students nationally to receive a scholarship to attend the National Outdoor Recreation Conference.
Fans, alumni, students and friends of Eastern Kentucky University are invited to an #EKUnited Fan Rally on Friday, March 6, in Nashville before the men’s basketball team opens action in the OVC Tournament.
The Eastern Kentucky University Mock Trial Team has over the years defeated so many teams from much larger, more well-known schools, it’s hardly a shock any more.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Stateland Dairy at Meadowbrook Farm has a long history of excellence and awards.
Now, one of its residents has been named honorable mention All-American Cow in the Milking Yearling class. Only six cows nationally were nominated for All-American honors.
Eastern Kentucky University continued to show its commitment to engaging in the legislative process by hosting another Colonels at the Capitol Day recently in Frankfort.<
A series of events at Eastern Kentucky University March 13-19 comprise “World War One: Remembrance and Reflection.”
The complete schedule:
· Friday, March 13 – Screening of “All Quiet on the Western Front,” 4:30 p.m., John Grant Crabbe Main Library, Room 108.
Three Eastern Kentucky University students took a cross-country train trip recently.
Not just any cross-country train trip, but a “life-changing opportunity.”
Eastern Kentucky University graduate student Jennifer Naumovitz, of Lebanon, N.J., has received a 2015 Kokes Award sponsored by the North American Catalysis Society.
He grew up a ward of the state, whether in a foster home, other residential setting or detention center.