Beginning this fall, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education will offer a new doctoral degree track in Counselor Education and Supervision.
The 300,000-plus visitors who come to Richmond annually because of Eastern Kentucky University generate approximately $41 million for the local economy.
A nationally known beekeeping authority currently serving as senior researcher and apiculturist in the Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Technology at Eastern Kentucky University will join the Kentucky Department of Agriculture as Kentucky’s new state apiarist.
Jennifer Tilley, Richmond, who earned a master’s degree in criminal justice studies at Eastern Kentucky University on May 10, has been accepted into the Ph.D. program in Justice, Law, and Criminology in the School of Public Affairs at American University in Washington, D.C.
Eastern Kentucky University honored 2,621 degree candidates at its annual spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 10.
Five Eastern Kentucky University accounting students brought home the first-place trophy from this year's statewide PEAK competition on April 26.
Hosted in Louisville and co-hosted by the Kentucky Society of Certified Public Accountants (KYCPA) and Becker CPA Exam Review, the Jeopardy-style event is designed to Promote and Encourage Accounting in Kentucky (PEAK).
You’ve heard the three R’s often applied to education.
But it was the three C’s that Eastern Kentucky University successfully employed in its appeal earlier this year to the General Assembly.
Three Eastern Kentucky University students are headed overseas with full-ride Summer 2014 Study Abroad scholarships.
And all they had to do was register for a drawing and spin a wheel to determine their destination.
Scott Cason has been named Vice President for Communications and Marketing at Eastern Kentucky University. He has served as Assistant Vice President for Communication and Marketing at Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill., since 2010.
After preparing for the day, Clark County native Russell Adams walked a little less than half a mile to the train station, where he would then ride a train to the end of the line, walk another half mile, eat lunch nearby, and go to class … in Japan.