Dr. Richard Crosby, professor of music at Eastern Kentucky University, has recently composed two new pieces to be published.
An Eastern Kentucky University graduate student has been selected to take part in the National Orientation Directors Association Graduate Internship Program.
Lauren Childs of West Chester, Ohio, will serve as a NODA Conference (NODAC) intern for the 2012 national conference, to be held Oct. 25-30 in Las Vegas.
Paul English, assistant professor in Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Safety, Security and Emergency Management, has been selected chairman of Conferences and Seminars for the Academics Practice Specialty group of American Society of Safety Engineers.
An Eastern Kentucky University accounting class is partnering with the Central Kentucky Economic Empowerment Project and Kentucky River Foothills Community Action Agency to offer basic income tax preparation for those making $50,000 or less.
Eastern Kentucky University’s “Try Teaching” program, now in its seventh year, is again accepting applications from mid- and second-career professionals who are intrigued about their potential in front of a classroom.
For local adults who are experiencing memory loss related to dementia or Alzheimer’s, the Department of Occupational Therapy at Eastern Kentucky University has provided “The Place to Be” for the past two decades.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Clarinet Choir has been invited to perform at the International Clarinet Association’s annual conference, ClarinetFest, in Lincoln, Neb., Aug. 1-5.
Eastern Kentucky University’s student-produced weekly newspaper, The Eastern Progress, won 11 awards, including four first-place awards, at the 2011 Kentucky Press Association awards banquet on Friday, Jan. 20.
A professional learning community, composed of eight faculty members in Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education, has produced a book aimed at helping teacher education faculty and students to better understand and implement the Paul and Elder model of critical thinking.
The third annual issue of Jelly Bucket, the international literary journal designed and produced by students of Eastern Kentucky University’s Bluegrass Writers Studio, is now available in Barnes & Noble, Hastings, and Bookstar outlets from coast to coast.