When Eastern Kentucky University Libraries staff members began to preserve books from the historic Elmwood estate in late 2013, something else captured their attention.
A new academic program at Eastern Kentucky University will tap into rapidly growing interest in craft breweries and distilleries across the Commonwealth and the products they produce.
Eastern Kentucky University, home to the Commonwealth’s first bachelor’s degree program in game design, will host a Regional Video Game Exhibition Wednesday, May 13.
It was an afternoon in the Spring of 1998 when an unknown student from a Middle Eastern nation walked into Dr. Ron Wolfe’s corner office in Alumni Coliseum, then the home of Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Communication.
A second Eastern Kentucky University student has received the prestigious Gilman International Scholarship.
As a three-time all-Ohio Valley Conference quarterback on some outstanding teams at Eastern Kentucky University, Jim Guice set individual passing records that stood for many years. His numbers were eventually eclipsed, but stories of his swagger and toughness resonate to this day.
Eastern Kentucky University captured first place in the Game Day Basketball Waste Generation category within the national RecycleMania Tournament by diverting nearly 53 percent of all waste when the Colonels hosted Tennessee Tech in McBrayer
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.
An Eastern Kentucky University history professor’s book has been recognized on a list of 15 outstanding books for 2014 for missionary studies.
The International Bulletin of Missionary Research selected Dr. Todd Hartch’s “The Rebirth of Latin American Christianity” for the honor.
Dr. Leslie Vincent is the new director of the Master’s of Business Administration (MBA) program at Eastern Kentucky University.
Vincent joined EKU as an assistant professor of marketing in Fall 2014 after serving nine years on the faculty at the University of Kentucky, where she was actively involved in its MBA program.