Eastern Kentucky University, home to the Commonwealth’s first bachelor’s degree program in game design, will host a Regional Video Game Exhibition Wednesday, May 13.
Eastern Kentucky University Libraries recently presented two students with the Library Research Award for Undergraduates.
Brooke King, an occupational science major from Tipp City, Ohio, and Catherine Gerteisen, a communication disorders major from Owensboro, are this year’s first- and second-place honorees, respectively.
It was an afternoon in the Spring of 1998 when an unknown student from a Middle Eastern nation walked into Dr. Ron Wolfe’s corner office in Alumni Coliseum, then the home of Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Communication.
A second Eastern Kentucky University student has received the prestigious Gilman International Scholarship.
As a three-time all-Ohio Valley Conference quarterback on some outstanding teams at Eastern Kentucky University, Jim Guice set individual passing records that stood for many years. His numbers were eventually eclipsed, but stories of his swagger and toughness resonate to this day.
A duo from Eastern Kentucky University finished third in the recent FLW College Fishing National Championship.
Competing on Lake Murray in South Carolina, Kyle Raymer and Ethan Snyder lost only to teams from the University of South Carolina and Liberty University.
Eastern Kentucky University captured first place in the Game Day Basketball Waste Generation category within the national RecycleMania Tournament by diverting nearly 53 percent of all waste when the Colonels hosted Tennessee Tech in McBrayer
An Eastern Kentucky University Honors Program class has spent this semester traveling in space and time – from the American Civil War to the modern-day battlefields of the Middle East.
An Eastern Kentucky University history professor’s book has been recognized on a list of 15 outstanding books for 2014 for missionary studies.
The International Bulletin of Missionary Research selected Dr. Todd Hartch’s “The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity” for the honor.
Hummel Planetarium at Eastern Kentucky University will resume public programs on Saturdays, beginning April 25.
Every Saturday, the Planetarium will present “Perfect Little Planet” for children and families at Noon. Then at 1:30 p.m., the main feature, “Stars: The Powerhouses of the Universe,” will be shown.
Dr. Leslie Vincent is the new director of the Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) program at Eastern Kentucky University.
Vincent joined EKU as an assistant professor of marketing in Fall 2014 after serving nine years on the faculty at the University of Kentucky, where she was actively involved in its MBA program.
Out of more than 600 collegiate mock trial teams nationwide that began the season, a squad from Eastern Kentucky University finished 11th.
David Afsah-Mohallatee (left) and Dr. Tom Appleton are the latest faculty members to earn Eastern Kentucky University’s highest honor for teaching excellence.
Lt. Gov. “Crit” Luallen will address 2,764 degree candidates and receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at Eastern Kentucky University’s Spring Commencement on Friday, May 15.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, meeting in regular session on April 20, approved a 2.9 percent increase in tuition for in-state undergraduate students for 2015-16.
Full-time EKU resident undergraduates will now pay $4,075 per semester, up from $3,960 a year ago.
The following statement was issued by Eastern Kentucky University Director of Athletics Steve Lochmueller shortly after 2 p.m. today (Thursday, April 16):
A class of international management students at Eastern Kentucky University are gaining insights into the many difficulties and challenges inherent in doing business across geographic, cultural, institutional and temporal boundaries – by working long distance in four teams with counterparts at a German university.
Eastern Kentucky University will host a benefit concert on Monday, April 20, with proceeds going toward student scholarships for the Stephen Collins Foster Music Camp.
Admission to the ABC (Anything But Classical) Concert, scheduled from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Foster 100, will be $5 (additional donations accepted).
The final lecture in Eastern Kentucky University’s 2014-15 Chautauqua Lecture Series will focus “On Positivity.”
That’s the title of Dr. Barbara Fredrickson’s presentation, on Thursday, April 30 (a change from the originally scheduled date).
Eastern Kentucky University was well represented among the leadership elections and awards at the recent 2015 Kentucky Association of Blacks in Higher Education Conference.
Forty-one Eastern Kentucky University students will soon become musical “ambassadors” to Ireland.
The EKU Concert Choir will depart May 18 for a week-long tour of the Emerald Isle. While there, the young musicians will perform in Killarney, Kilkenny and Dublin and enjoy sightseeing trips to several iconic landmarks, such as the Blarney Castle and Stone.
Eastern Kentucky University will honor the memory of more than 50 members of the campus community – faculty, staff and students – at a memorial service on Wednesday, April 15.
The invasive plant species that have taken over much of the lawn at the historic Elmwood Estate, now owned by Eastern Kentucky University, will soon meet their match.
And it won’t involve a drop of herbicide or human sweat.
A day-long conference, cultural extravaganza and film screening April 24-May 7 will celebrate the recent launch of an Asian Studies Program at Eastern Kentucky University.
Eastern Kentucky University’s STEM-H Institute is collaborating with the Nerd Squad to provide a free two-day STEM adventure for middle school-age girls on successive Saturdays, April 25 and May 2.
“The Case of the Disappearing Diamonds: A STEM-CSI Adventure for Girls,” will be presented at EKU’s New Science Building, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. both days.
Eastern Kentucky University has chosen Dan McHale, a former University of Louisville assistant and a University of Kentucky graduate, to be its men’s basketball head coach, Director of Athletics Steve Lochmueller announced today.
Dr. Pam Parry, associate professor of communication at Eastern Kentucky University, spoke at the Visitor Center of the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library on March 31 about her book, “Eisenhower: The Public Relations President.”
Calling all Eastern Kentucky University alumni: you’re invited to a celebration of “all things EKU” during the University’s annual Alumni Weekend April 24-25.
A national magazine is touting a student group at Eastern Kentucky University among “models of excellence” for enhancing student success.
University Business magazine lists the EKU GURUs among its 2015 Spring honorees.
Local entrepreneurs gathered at Eastern Kentucky University on March 27 to network and discuss ways to expand their businesses.
Kristel Smith, director of the Kentucky Innovation Network office at Richmond/EKU, initiated a new network for professionals looking to grow their business.
Two Eastern Kentucky University students captured first-place awards at the recent Southeastern Recreation Research Conference.