Three Eastern Kentucky University students took a cross-country train trip recently.
Not just any cross-country train trip, but a “life-changing opportunity.”
A team of students from Eastern Kentucky University finished fifth out of 18 teams competing in Louisville in the 2014 Mid-Central USA Programming Contest. Eastern placed 42nd out of a total of 146 teams in the entire Mid-Central Region.
To further assist those students more interested in creating video games than simply playing them, Eastern Kentucky University has joined the Higher Education Video Games Alliance.
With its unique bioinformatics degree option for undergraduates, Eastern Kentucky University is poised at the leading edge of a revolution in health care – one that will embrace DNA analysis to personalize medicine, improve the quality of care and bring down costs.
Thanks to the work of a Lexington Christian Academy junior during a summer internship at Eastern Kentucky University, White Hall State Historic Site is now more vividly represented on Google Earth.
An Eastern Kentucky University professor has received a grant to explore digitization and virtual restoration of deteriorating photographic negatives.
Dr. George Landon, an assistant professor of computer science, was awarded a $100,330 grant from the National Science Foundation for the 18-month project.