Radio Eye and Eastern Kentucky University have joined forces to make it possible for approximately 17,000 blind and visually impaired people in southeastern Kentucky to receive reading services.
Radio Eye will utilize WEKU transmitters in Hazard, Corbin and Pineville to reach users in southeastern Kentucky. WEKU is the public radio service based at EKU.
Friday the 13th was certainly not an unlucky day for EKU.
More than 300 Eastern students converged on Memorial Plaza well before daybreak on Friday, Sept. 13, awaiting their turn in the national spotlight.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Aviation Program is flying even higher today, recently becoming one of the first universities nationally authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration to designate graduates as candidates for the 1,000-hour restricted Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate.
For the fourth consecutive year, Eastern Kentucky University has earned national recognition for its contribution to the public good.
Dr. Mary Beth Holbrook, professor of accounting, has received the 10th annual Jack L. Dyer Excellence in Teaching Award in Eastern Kentucky University's School of Business.
The 2013-14 Chautauqua series at Eastern Kentucky University will explore the theme “Beauty Matters” through 15 lectures by many internationally prominent authors, artists and experts, as well as a nationwide juried art exhibition.
Eastern Kentucky University ranks among “America’s Best Colleges” for the sixth consecutive year, according to Forbes, the popular business magazine.
Dr. Chuck Fields, a professor in the School of Justice Studies at Eastern Kentucky University, will be awarded the title of “Honorary Senator” by the University of Maribor in Slovenia for his significant contributions to the development of research at the institution.
Eastern Kentucky University will offer its First Line Supervision Certificate Program this Fall semester with courses in Richmond, Corbin, Manchester and Somerset.
United States First Lady Michelle Obama came not with answers but with questions for the Eastern Kentucky University degree candidates she addressed at spring commencement today.
The first was “Who are you going to be?”