Eastern Kentucky University again ranks in the top tier of Regional Universities in the South in the 2013 edition of “Best Colleges,” published by U.S. News Media Group.
Eastern Kentucky University has been named a 2012 recipient of a Diversity Award from Minority Access Inc. This marks the third consecutive year EKU has earned the honor.
Sandra Moore, associate provost for diversity planning, will accept the award at the National Role Models Conference Sept. 28-30 at the Peabody Hotel in Orlando, Fla.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Common Knowledge Gurus have expanded in number and locations to provide extra opportunities for student success.
Do you have a personal military hero, perhaps a spouse, relative or close friend, you would like to honor?
It will be one short bus ride and one giant leap in knowledge for some area middle school students when they visit the Eastern Kentucky University campus in January.
While satellite images of towns and cities are being seen by more and more people thanks to online resources like Google Maps, the technology offers more than a view of a neighboring backyard or a childhood home.
Unable to stand, Eastern Kentucky University senior Jason Gibson faced a problem when the time came for clinical lab rotations and working with tall laboratory equipment. Working together with his vocational rehab technician, the EKU Disabilities Office, the EKU Medical Laboratory Science clinical director and his site supervisor, Gibson found a solution.
Imagine having a successful business when you’re in your early 20s and not yet out of college.
Thanks in part to the helping hand of the Eastern Kentucky University-based business accelerator, that dream has become reality for a trio of EKU seniors plus a recent graduate of another institution.
Nick Wade, a senior public relations major and Honors Program member at Eastern Kentucky University, has received the Top Undergraduate Student Paper Award from the Kentucky Communication Association.
A project at Eastern Kentucky University honors the memory of a former EKU professor by seeking to promote and enhance economic and social justice in Appalachia.