When Eastern Kentucky University Libraries staff members began to preserve books from the historic Elmwood estate in late 2013, something else captured their attention.
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.
As the Emmy-nominated host of two popular programs on Kentucky Educational Television, Dave Shuffett has merrily traversed the back roads of the Bluegrass State for more than a quarter of a century, spotlighting the people and places that make his home unique.
A new partnership between Eastern Kentucky University and NBC Learn will provide students and faculty access to premium education videos, which will also be available to classrooms throughout the Madison County School District.
A fantasy artist known for helping set the standard for gaming art and an acclaimed sculptor of super hero figures, both from Kentucky, will discuss their work during a Live @ Your Library event at Eastern Kentucky University.
Fifty-one years ago Harry Caudill’s landmark bestseller “Night Comes to the Cumberlands” opened the nation’s eyes to the plight of Appalachia.
Shirley Baechtold, retired Eastern Kentucky University English professor, author and musician, will discuss her life and work in a Live @ Your Library event at EKU on Wednesday, Sept. 24.
Distinguished author and historian Mr. Charles Bracelen Flood, a tireless advocate for EKU Libraries, passed away on Friday, Aug. 15, after a brief illness. He was 84.
Eastern Kentucky University students, faculty and staff will come together April 14-18 to celebrate a campus culture of scholarship, research and creative endeavors.
Nothing quite chronicles the day-to-day history of a college campus like a student-produced newspaper.