An Eastern Kentucky University professor has co-authored the first book about woody plants of Kentucky and Tennessee.
Eastern Kentucky University was honored for the fourth consecutive year with a Diversity Award from Minority Access Inc. during the 14th National Role Models Conference, held in Washington, D.C. Sept. 27-29.
Eastern Kentucky University and Kentucky Educational Television have received the Government Leadership in Technology Award from Connect Kentucky for their partnership, along with NASA, that brought 160 middle school students to the EKU campus last January to stoke their interest in science and space travel.
Tickets for the Eastern Kentucky University Theatre production of “The Contrast” by Royall Tyler are now on sale.
The play will be presented at 8 p.m. nightly Wednesday, Nov. 20, through Saturday, Nov. 23, and Sunday, Nov. 24, at 2 p.m. in the Gifford Theatre of the Campbell Building.
Want to learn more about new and exciting developments at Eastern Kentucky University?
One new option is to follow EKU President Michael Benson on Twitter.
With hundreds of followers already at @EKUPrez, Benson is lending his personal touch to the EKU story.
A reorganization of the Eastern Kentucky University Development Office has resulted in several additions to the staff as well as position changes.
New to the staff are: Carol Ford, Foundation Scholarship coordinator; and Kirk David Jr., Kristen Bennett and Chris Cannon, development officers.
A team from Eastern Kentucky University finished second in the Spartan Throwdown at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 9-10.
“What’s New with Higher Education Budgeting for Kentucky?”
That will be the topic at the Eastern Kentucky University Faculty Senate Legislative Forum on Monday, Nov. 18.
The Eastern Kentucky University Honors Program, as it typically does, led the nation in student presentations at the 2013 annual meeting of the National Collegiate Honors Council, Nov. 6-10 in New Orleans.
Also, two students in the program, Jamie King and Jessica Miller, both from Corbin, brought home the “Best Research Poster” prize.
Students at EKU’s Danville campus are uncovering the past – literally.