Eastern Kentucky University’s online bachelor’s degree program in Corrections and Juvenile Justice Studies has been ranked 10th on the list of “The 20 Best Online Bachelor of Criminal Justice Degree Programs in the United States” compiled by TheBestSchools.org.
Health care professionals interested in advancing their careers can now choose from a variety of fully-online degree programs from Eastern Kentucky University, which has been educating leaders in the field for more than 40 years.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Mock Trial Team, which last season placed 15th in the nation and was nationally ranked, took first place in the Robert E. Sanders Kentucky Classic Tournament Oct. 26-28.
EKU and Bellarmine University co-hosted the event in Louisville; it was sponsored by EKU distinguished alumnus Robert E. Sanders.
He ranks among the nation’s leaders in number of textbooks authored, but it’s not the quantity of his written words that distinguish Dr. Victor Kappeler.
Since Eastern Kentucky University’s New Science Building opened in January of this year:
· Student achievement is up.
· Absenteeism is down.
The Center for Renewable and Alternative Fuel Technologies (CRAFT) at Eastern Kentucky University recently wrapped up its BioEnergy Activity Modules (BEAM) Initiative, which was launched two years ago to inspire the next generation of research scientists, community leaders, engineers, and educators to get involved in a sustainable bioenergy industry.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Communication, AT&T and the Kentucky Press Association have partnered to improve the sustainability of rural journalism, especially within the University’s 22-county primary service region.
Herb Goodman, chair of Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Art & Design, is the project director and curator of a wide-ranging exhibit of baskets at the Lexington Public Library Nov. 3-Jan. 27.
The Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Technology (CEDET) at Eastern Kentucky University will use a $58,000 Rural Business Enterprise Development Grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to assist Madison, Estill and Owsley Counties.
For many years, long before its true nature was known, it served as a doorstop and flower bed ornament. It was even painted green for a time.
Now at Eastern Kentucky University, it will be an object of scientific wonder for students of all ages for generations to come.