A Martinsville, Ind., student has been recognized by Eastern Kentucky University for her excellence inside and outside the classroom.
Kelcy Diseroad, a senior marketing major with a PGA golf management option, is the S.J. Garner Student Excellence Award recipient for 2013-2014.
A summer camp at Eastern Kentucky University for gifted and talented students entering grades 6-8 will emphasize the STEM-H disciplines: science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health.
The seventh annual event, titled "Soar to the New Heights," will be conducted June 16-20 at EKU's state-of-the-art New Science Building, on Kat Carson Drive.
Jenna Sehmann, Richmond, a sophomore oboe major at Eastern Kentucky University, has been selected to attend the 2014 Bay View Music Festival.
Eastern Kentucky University is rated among the best in the BestOnlineColleges.org 2014 Best Online Psychology Degree Program Rankings. EKU is the only Kentucky school to be included on the list.
The Madison Winds, Eastern Kentucky University’s faculty woodwind quintet, has been invited to perform at the International Clarinet Association Conference on July 30 in Baton Rouge, La.
A Model Laboratory School sophomore will spend seven weeks in South Korea this summer in a language immersion program sponsored by the U.S. State Department.
The Taylor Fork Ecological Area on the south side of the Eastern Kentucky University campus received a recent boost from McDonald’s of Richmond.
McDonald’s donated 500 bur oaks to the University as part of the National Arbor Day celebration. Student and faculty volunteers were on hand to plant the trees on Thursday, April 17.
The Call Me MISTER program housed in Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education continues its Academic Leadership Academy this Spring.
Dr. Marshall Myers takes a look at “Historic True Tales of Cultural Ingenuity” in Kentucky’s colorful early history in his latest book.
“Only in Old Kentucky,” published by The History Press, contains captivating and sometimes bizarre accounts of hidden oddities and curiosities about the Bluegrass State rarely brought to light.
Not many Americans have any great desire to travel to Siberia.
But Dr. Michael Schumann’s interest in the region has helped extend the reach and reputation of Eastern Kentucky University into that scenic but often forgotten part of the world.