Eastern Kentucky University is a “Great College to Work For,” according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Because Eastern Kentucky University CARES:
· The history behind a largely forgotten African American cemetery near Junction City is being uncovered.
· Plans for a railroad museum for Corbin are taking shape.
Deserving Eastern Kentucky University students soon will have another financial resource to fuel their dreams.
The EKU Board of Regents Fund for Excellence has been established by the University’s governing body to “support exceptional EKU students who are pursuing exceptional academic endeavors,” according to Board Chair Craig Turner, of Lexington.
Have a great business idea but don’t know what to do next?
The Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Technology (CEDET) at Eastern Kentucky University is looking to help five ambitious entrepreneurs turn their dreams into reality.
Fifteen lectures by prominent thinkers, educators and activists and a nationwide juried art exhibition will explore the theme of “Strategizing” during Eastern Kentucky University’s year-long Chautauqua Series.
Eastern Kentucky University has named Laurie A. Carter as Executive Vice President for Student Success and University Counsel.
Eastern Kentucky University has formed a strategic alliance with ExpressJet Airlines to provide its aviation majors with a clear pathway to a career as an airline pilot.
Like the moonbow that occasionally graces nearby Cumberland Falls, officials believe a state-of-the-art railroad museum in downtown Corbin will illuminate the region’s ties to the railroad industry, draw additional tourists and boost the local economy.
An Eastern Kentucky University nursing graduate put her education to use on a recent cross-country flight.
Today’s marketplace is demanding that graduates not only master the requisite subject matter but also know how to navigate a business environment to get their ideas into action.