The International Graphic Arts Education Association (IGAEA) has honored an Eastern Kentucky University faculty member for his accomplishments and service to the Association.
The Eastern Kentucky UniversityCenter for Economic Education, with support from the Council for Economic Education and State Farm, will work with the Kentucky Council on Economic Education and centers at Northern Kentucky University and Morehead State University to provide training and free copies of the Virtual Economics4.0 CD-ROM (a $99.95 value) to K-12 teachers in schools
Some of the cases received national attention, while others remain buried in obscurity.
Dr. Faridah Awang, associate professor of corporate communication and technology, is the eighth annual recipient of the Jack L. Dyer Excellence in Teaching Award, presented by Eastern Kentucky University’s School of Business.
President Whitlock outlined at his year-opening convocation the elements of the “Essential Eastern.”
Speaking in Brock Auditorium on Monday, Aug. 15, Eastern’s 11th President said the “Essential Eastern” is:
This summer, 18 creative writing students from Eastern Kentucky University joined Edinburgh’s rich history of literature as participants of the Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing Program’s 2011 Summer Residency.
Eastern Kentucky University students attending regional campuses in Corbin, Danville and Manchester will be able to take advantage of many University healthcare services closer to home beginning this fall.
Recent Eastern Kentucky University graduate David Anderson, Richmond, is one of four nationally to receive a 2011-12 Pi Sigma Alpha/Howard Penniman Graduate Scholarship.
Jey Marks, adviser to Eastern Kentucky University’s Student Alumni Ambassadors (SAA) chapter, was honored recently as National Student Alumni Ambassadors Adviser of the Year by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education Affiliated Student Advancement Programs (CASE ASAP).
Small towns and rural areas across America are better prepared today to deal with a wide range of emergencies, natural disasters and other incidents, thanks to a federally-funded program based in Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety.