Eastern Kentucky University has partnered with the World Trade Center Kentucky along with targeted business and governmental agencies to present a series of workshops aimed at helping central and southeastern Kentucky business owners and entrepreneurs realize the potential in exporting their products and services.
How better for an incoming college student to learn how to overcome physical and mental challenges than a wilderness experience far from campus?
That’s exactly how 14 first-time freshmen prepared for their first year at Eastern Kentucky University.
Eastern Kentucky University played host recently to the final two days of the eighth annual Latino Leadership and College Experience Camp.
Fourteen elementary students and four of their teachers joined local students and teachers July 22-26 for Camp Invention at Model Laboratory School.
Felicia Szorad, professor and coordinator of the Metals/Jewelry Program at Eastern Kentucky University, has received one of eight Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship awards from the Kentucky Arts Council (KAC).
Collecting water samples in front of a Manchester store, an Eastern Kentucky University student is proud of the work he is doing in Southeast Kentucky.
“Knowing we are helping people increase their knowledge about something that impacts them daily is the most amazing and rewarding feeling I’ve ever had,” said senior environmental health science major Josh Ruehl.
A solar panel system has been installed atop Eastern Kentucky University’s New Science Building. The seven-panel solar array, which will incorporate a small but expandable renewable energy source into the campus energy mix, will serve as a pilot to explore the practical viability of solar energy as a campus and regional energy source.
With the Sandy Hook Elementary tragedy in Connecticut still a fresh memory, the Kentucky Center for School Safety (KCSS) recently issued its 14th annual report.
Dr. Michael Benson, who will become Eastern Kentucky University’s 12th President on Aug. 1, was the guest of honor Monday, June 17, at a reception hosted by the University’s Board of Regents and Foundation Board and attended by many local and state dignitaries.
Eastern Kentucky University’s teacher education program has received national honors.