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.
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, recognized today as one of the top 125 STEM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Mathematics) colleges and universities in the nation, is partnering with five area high schools to advance among teens awareness of and preparation for STEM fields.
Eastern Kentucky University will host its seventh annual “Soar to New Heights” summer camp for gifted and talented students June 16- 20.
The camp, open to gifted and talented students entering grades 6-8, will emphasize the STEM-H disciplines:science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health.
Eastern Kentucky University and Kentucky Educational Television have received the Government Leadership in Technology Award from Connect Kentucky for their partnership, along with NASA, that brought 160 middle school students to the EKU campus last January to stoke their interest in science and space travel.
A summer camp at Eastern Kentucky University for gifted and talented students entering grades 6-8 will emphasize the STEM-H disciplines: science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health.
Dr. Jaleh Rezaie’s impressive record of providing and promoting educational opportunities for women and girls has been recognized by the Bluegrass Alliance for Women.
Eastern Kentucky University has established a STEM-H Institute to enhance teaching and learning in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health at all educational levels by focusing on outreach, teaching, professional development and research.