Staff members of The Eastern Progress, the student-produced weekly newspaper at Eastern Kentucky University, captured 10 awards in the University Division of the Kentucky Press Association 2012 Excellence in Kentucky Newspaper Awards contest.
The awards were presented Jan. 25 during KPA’s winter convention at the Brown Hotel in Louisville.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, meeting in regular session on Friday, Jan. 25, elected Craig Turner as chair.
John Strada, a senior lecturer in Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Communications, received the Phyllis C. Tenney National Excellence in Advising Award from Alpha Phi Omega.
The competitive award is given to a chapter adviser once every two years to recognize exemplary service over a substantial period of time.
An Eastern Kentucky University senior will experience Inauguration Day activities from a perspective not shared by many – behind the scenes.
Dozens of cultural events spotlighting the talents of Eastern Kentucky University students are scheduled during the spring semester. They include concerts, plays, dance performances and art exhibits.
For alumni, current and former faculty and staff and others with a connection to Eastern Kentucky University, Memory Lane is now just a mouse click away.
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.