A newly signed agreement between the Eastern Kentucky University OSHA Training Institute Education Center and EKU’s Occupational Safety and Health academic program will give working professionals across the country as well as students the opportunity to enhance their skills and earn undergraduate credit at EKU.
In recent years, public opinion has shifted dramatically in favor of same-sex marriage, especially among college students. But the shift has led to new conflicts, as well as questions about how to coexist in a society where diverse sides have strong convictions.
Eastern Kentucky University has achieved yet another national honor for the services it provides U.S. military veterans and their dependents.
Eastern Kentucky University and the University of Kentucky are partnering to advance occupational health and safety in central Appalachia.
Many students begin their college years with lofty aspirations of making a difference in the world and improving the lives of others.
“But,” said Dr. Luis H. Zayas, “there are so many important social issues that we may be overwhelmed. We may ask ourselves, ‘Which one should I take up? Which one can I do something about with what I have?’”
As it increases in total enrollment, Eastern Kentucky University is growing more diverse.
“Prince of Peace: Zulma’s Story,” Marie Mitchell’s latest novel for middle and high school readers, marks several firsts for the Richmond author.
Kara Wade, Lancaster, a junior occupational science major at Eastern Kentucky University, has received the $1,000 Jo Anne J. Trow Scholarship, awarded by the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society for First-Year Students. Wade is only the third EKU student to ever receive the scholarship.
Central Bank and the Eastern Kentucky University Center for Economic Education have announced the establishment of the Central Bank Learning for Life Teaching Award for elementary teachers in Madison County.
Eastern Kentucky University has scored high in another national ranking of U.S. colleges and universities.