Dr. Mike Austin, associate professor of philosophy at Eastern Kentucky University, has received a one-year $50,666 grant to support work on a manuscript entitled “Humility: A Study in Analytic Moral Theology” from The Character Project at Wake Forest University.
A series of technology-related racing stories produced at WEKU-FM is getting widespread airplay nationwide.
WEKU News Director Charles Compton worked with the Innovation Trail network of stations in upstate New York to put the series together and to help edit and produce the freelance reporters’ features.
An Eastern Kentucky University senior is now well on her way to turning her business concept into a true business venture after winning $1,000 in cash and an offer of donated office space.
The Eastern Kentucky University Mock Trial Team concluded its highly successful 2011-12 season with a 15th-place finish at the American Mock Trial Association National Championship Tournament in Minneapolis April 13-15.
Every military veteran has a story to tell, and a three-day symposium at Eastern Kentucky University this summer aims to help them do just that.
The Military Experience and Arts Symposium, at the university’s Noel Studio for Academic Creativity July 5-7, will equip veterans with empowering creative skills and a voice.
By Stephanie Cole
Student Writer, EKU Public Relations
Eastern Kentucky University President Doug Whitlock was among approximately 25 presidents and chancellors from state higher education institutions nationwide to meet at the White House with Obama Administration officials recently for a 90-minute roundtable discussion on college affordability.
How would you like to augment your studies at one of the world’s leading universities in an exotic far-off land?
Thanks to a growing number of international exchange agreements between Eastern Kentucky University and universities on four other continents, EKU students have myriad opportunities to pursue the educational and cultural experiences of their dreams.
The Eastern Kentucky University mock trial team can officially consider itself one of the top 48 teams in the nation, or among the top 15 percent.
Only a sophomore at Eastern Kentucky University, Jessica Jacobs is already looking ahead to graduate school and a Ph.D. in clinical psychology.
Now this first-generation college student from Leitchfield and a 2010 graduate of Grayson County High School has a head start on the competition.