Distinguished author and historian Mr. Charles Bracelen Flood, a tireless advocate for EKU Libraries, passed away on Friday, Aug. 15, after a brief illness. He was 84.
Fifteen lectures by prominent thinkers, educators and activists and a nationwide juried art exhibition will explore the theme of “Strategizing” during Eastern Kentucky University’s year-long Chautauqua Series.
Eastern Kentucky University has named Laurie A. Carter as Executive Vice President for Student Success and University Counsel.
Eastern Kentucky University has formed a strategic alliance with ExpressJet Airlines to provide its aviation majors with a clear pathway to a career as an airline pilot.
More than 600 young musicians from nine states have descended on the Eastern Kentucky University campus this summer for the nation’s second oldest music camp.
Founded in the midst of the Great Depression, the Stephen Collins Foster Music Camps, now in their 79th season, offer numerous options throughout June for middle school and high school students.
Today’s marketplace is demanding that graduates not only master the requisite subject matter but also know how to navigate a business environment to get their ideas into action.
She grew up one of nine children in a blue-collar family.
Higher education was hardly discussed in her Bullitt County home, though certainly the values of hard work and making one’s own breaks in life were instilled. The father retired as a machinist from Reynolds Metal Company, while Mom stayed home to raise eight girls and one boy, born only 15 years apart.
An Eastern Kentucky University professor has played a major role in the production of an upcoming national television special.
An Eastern Kentucky University professor has co-authored the first book about woody plants of Kentucky and Tennessee.
A team from Eastern Kentucky University finished second in the Spartan Throwdown at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio, Nov. 9-10.