An Eastern Kentucky University doctoral student is among six graduate students in educational administration nationally to receive a scholarship from the American Association of School Administrators (AASA).
It’s not just students who benefit from the expertise of Eastern Kentucky University’s Environmental Health Sciences faculty.
As Eastern Kentucky University has continued to expand in recent decades, it has become more difficult for admissions staff to show prospective students and their families on a walking tour all the Richmond campus has to offer.
A weaving that began to take shape at Family Nature Day a couple of years ago is now a permanent fixture at Eastern Kentucky University’s Maywoods Environmental and Educational Laboratory.
The Richmond campus of Eastern Kentucky University, long known for its landscaping beauty, will soon be getting even greener.
And not just because Spring is around the proverbial corner.
The Student Government Association at Eastern Kentucky University has produced a video to raise awareness among elected leaders and the public about the importance of accessible and affordable higher education, especially for EKU students.
Dr. Allen D. Engle has earned Eastern Kentucky University’s highest honor for teaching excellence.
As the U.S. Department of Homeland Security marks its 10th anniversary on March 1, one of the nation’s top homeland security programs continues to thrive at Eastern Kentucky University.
Boasting one of only nine nationally accredited baccalaureate degree programs in American Sign Language and Interpreter Education, Eastern Kentucky University has for many years attracted deaf and hard-of-hearing students as well as those who want to serve and assist them.