In earning re-accreditation from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA), the Public Relations academic program at Eastern Kentucky University shares a distinction with only 31 other colleges and universities worldwide.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Division of Continuing Education and Outreach will offer more than 80 community education courses from January through June.
Eastern Kentucky University will offer its First Line Supervision Certificate Program with the three-day Basic Core Concepts I course on February 6, 7 and 12, in Richmond and April 11, 18 and 25 in Corbin.
Based on a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Computer Assisted Testing Service (CATS) site review and subsequent approval, all aviation majors at Eastern Kentucky University can now take their FAA examinations on the Richmond campus.
Eastern Kentucky University has named David McFaddin as Executive Director of Government Relations.
With its recent re-accreditation from the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), Eastern Kentucky University’s School of Business has again earned a distinction that less than 5 percent of the world’s business programs can claim.
Eastern Kentucky University recognized 1,323 degree candidates at its annual Fall Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Dec. 15.
A morning ceremony recognized degree candidates from the Colleges of Arts & Sciences and Business & Technology. The afternoon ceremony honored candidates from the Colleges of Education, Health Sciences and Justice & Safety.
Dr. Bankole Thompson, a professor emeritus at Eastern Kentucky University who still teaches part time in the College of Justice & Safety, has been invited by the Kofi Annan Foundation to serve on a commission formed to address drug trafficking and drug abuse in West Africa.
Kathy Hall, director of Continuing Education and Development for Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Health Sciences, was elected president of the Kentucky Nurses Association at the organization’s annual fall meeting.
The comments Dr. Allen Ault heard from employment recruiters formed a familiar refrain, all centering on their need for creative and critical thinkers who are strong communicators with leadership skills.
So the dean of Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety determined that his students would possess those “essential elements of success.”