Eastern Kentucky University senior Seth Henderson was recently accepted into the Summer Research Opportunities program at Harvard University.
Henderson, a political science and criminal justice major from Berea, was selected from among a large pool of applicants to the competitive program.
The Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice and Safety’s annual “Night of Distinguished Professionals” recently recognized the achievements of two justice and safety practitioners, and one student more than 7,000 miles away.
A second Eastern Kentucky University senior has been accepted into the Summer Public Health Scholars Program at Columbia University, the prestigious Ivy League institution in New York City.
Brittney Jones, a public health major from Corbin, joins Stephanie Smith, a senior public health major from Barbourville.
The Eastern Kentucky University Foundation has received a gift of $843,420 from the estate of the late Louise Rutledge Dowerman.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance recently announced that Eastern Kentucky University’s Bluegrass Community Health Center has received recognition from the Patient-Centered Medical Home 2011 (PCMH2011) program for using evidence-based, patient-centered processes that focus on highly coordinated care and long-term participative
Eastern Kentucky University Libraries ranked 39th among the Top 100 Most Social Friendly College and University Libraries for 2013, according to LibraryScienceList.com.
If you were watching a recent “60 Minutes” segment on CBS-TV closely, you might have noticed the name of an Eastern Kentucky University faculty member atop a report produced by what the show called the nation’s “top five fire experts.”
An Eastern Kentucky University senior has been accepted into the Summer Public Health Scholars Program at Columbia University, the prestigious Ivy League institution in New York City.
Eastern Kentucky University has earned national recognition for community service provided by its students.
As part of its ongoing emphasis on student success, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education is managing three programs designed to maximize retention and graduation rates.