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.
A series of grants from the WHAS Crusade for Children has enabled Eastern Kentucky University to enhance a program designed to assist children with disabilities and their families.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents has selected Academic Search to assist in the search process for the University’s 12th president.
The Eastern Kentucky University Retirees Association (EKURA), in conjunction with the Kentucky Retired Teachers Association (KRTA), is collecting canned foods for the “Yes, We Can Feed Kentucky” food drive.
For the past three years, Eastern Kentucky University has assisted more than 50 high schools throughout the region in designing and implementing transitional math courses to help students prepare for college courses.
The Master of Arts in Education (MAEd) degree program at Eastern Kentucky University will be fully online with multiple options in Spring 2013.
Available areas of advanced study will include Elementary Education, Learning and Behavior Disorders, Educational Leadership, and Safety and Facilities Management.
America’s dedicated postal carriers have nothing on Robert Watts.
Imagine waking before sunrise day after day and trudging through all kinds of adverse conditions to record temperature and precipitation at a nearby weather station.
Now imagine doing that every day of the week for 38 consecutive years … as an unpaid volunteer.