Veterans

Professor Devotes Sabbatical to Helping Wounded Warriors

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Eastern Kentucky University has won numerous national honors in recent years for its efforts to help military veterans pursue higher education. Twice, it has been named by Military Times as the nation’s No. 1 school in its “Best for Vets” rankings.

Now, an EKU professor is using her sabbatical to help Wounded Warriors.

Campus Honors Veterans in Holiday Observance

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President Michael Benson held up a national Veterans of Foreign Wars magazine clipping he received in the mail. The article extolled Eastern Kentucky University’s commitment to helping military veterans achieve their educational dreams, and a handwritten note on the clipping said simply, “EKU, be proud.”

Magazine Honors EKU for Commitment to Military Veterans

Eastern Kentucky University has earned another national honor for its commitment to military veterans and their dependents.

U.S. Veterans Magazine has listed EKU among its Best of the Best Top Veteran-Friendly Schools. Of the 110 colleges and universities listed, Eastern is one of only three Kentucky institutions recognized.