An Eastern Kentucky University graphic communications student won a Best of Show Gutenberg Award at the 2013 International Graphic Arts Education Association (IGAEA) Conference in July and several other EKU students were recognized with first-, second- and third-place honors for individual and team submissions.
Stephen Kappeler and Carlene Mallory, on behalf of Eastern Kentucky University's Corbin chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma and the National Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma, recently presented a $250 check to Mary Schild, director of Sunrise Children's Services Youth Support Center.
Dr. Scotty Dunlap, chair of Graduate Studies and Research in the School of Safety, Security, and Emergency Management at Eastern Kentucky University, has been named to a national workplace safety committee designed to address risk assessment.
Eastern Kentucky University has partnered with The Institute for Aerospace Education(IAE), a premier consortium of high schools in Kentucky and bordering states that offer students seven different aerospace courses of studies.
In an effort to streamline administrative functions, Eastern Kentucky University has named Barry Poynter as Vice President for Finance and Administration, effective July 1.
Patrick Williams, the head golf professional at Arlington, will compete in the 2013 PGA Professional National Championship in Sunriver, Ore., June 23-26.
Williams, who qualified for the event with his third-place finish (69-71) in the Kentucky PGA Section Championship at Kearney Hills in Lexington, is one of three Kentuckians (the other two are from Louisville) to make the field.
A new partnership between Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education and Corbin Independent Schools to enhance the preparation of middle grade teachers represents “an opportunity for all of us to get better together,” said Dr. Kim Naugle.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents has unanimously approved the salary and benefits for its incoming president, Dr. Michael T. Benson, announced Board Chair Craig Turner.
Dr. Michael T. Benson has been named president of Eastern Kentucky University.
Students from Eastern Kentucky University’s Honors Program and Madison Middle School will be “SEEing Science” together, thanks to a National Science Foundation-funded project.