By ERIKA KHAIR
Student Writer, EKU Communications & Marketing
Eastern Kentucky University graduate Lauren Moore is one of 57 – Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship recipients nationally, that is.
The Eastern Kentucky University Honors Program has once again made history.
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.
Once again, Eastern Kentucky University boasted the largest delegation of student presenters at the annual meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council (NCHC).
A member of Eastern Kentucky University’s nationally prominent Honors Program is one of only four Honors students nationally to be named a 2014 Portz Scholar, a distinction awarded each year to the best Honors student research projects in the nation.
The Eastern Kentucky University Honors Program, as it typically does, led the nation in student presentations at the 2013 annual meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Nov. 6-10 in New Orleans.
Also, two students in the program, Jamie King and Jessica Miller, both from Corbin, brought home the “Best Research Poster” prize.
Nick Wade, a senior public relations major and Honors Program member at Eastern Kentucky University, has received the Top Undergraduate Student Paper Award from the Kentucky Communication Association.
Students from Eastern Kentucky University’s Honors Program and Madison Middle School will be “SEEing Science” together, thanks to a National Science Foundation-funded project.
For the third time in four years, an Eastern Kentucky University graduate has received a Phi Kappa Phi National Fellowship for graduate study.
Eastern Kentucky University senior Nan Campbell, of Elizabethtown, earned a first-place award at the National Collegiate Honors Council Conference for her poster.