Eastern Kentucky University President Doug Whitlock will discuss EKU’s embrace of military veterans and their dependents when he participates in a session entitled “From Soldier to Student: Assessing Veteran Program Impact on Institutions” at the 2012 annual meeting of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities.
From a high school language arts teacher who wants to immerse her classes in a “Walden experience” to wide-eyed elementary schoolchildren on nature-packed field trips to college students performing research, Eastern Kentucky University’s Maywoods Environmental and Educational Laboratory is growing in popularity.
Eastern Kentucky University is among more than 460 public colleges and universities to sign on to a joint statement entitled “A Commitment to the Future,” from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) and the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU).
The search process to name the 12th president of Eastern Kentucky University has begun.
Community Ventures Corporation (CVC) is now visiting the Eastern Kentucky University campus in Richmond one day each month to help entrepreneurs and homeowners start and grow their own businesses and move into their own homes.
The Office of First Year Courses is partnering with the Department of English & Theatre at Eastern Kentucky University to enhance student learning and retention.
Lt. Col. Allen Back (USAR) is the new director of The Office of Military and Veterans Affairs at Eastern Kentucky University, which recently was named a Military Friendly School® by Victory Media for the fourth consecutive year.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Art and Design will present the “Reverberations of the Civil War Juried Exhibition” in conjunction with the observance of the Civil War sesquicentennial, “Shadows of Blue and Gray: The Civil War in Kentucky.”
The Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts will present five daytime shows this academic year to students from area schools.
When the Licking Valley Courier newspaper office in West Liberty was destroyed by a tornado in March, among those who came to the rescue was a group of young people preparing to enter the profession.