If you were watching a recent “60 Minutes” segment on CBS-TV closely, you might have noticed the name of an Eastern Kentucky University faculty member atop a report produced by what the show called the nation’s “top five fire experts.”
An Eastern Kentucky University senior has been accepted into the Summer Public Health Scholars Program at Columbia University, the prestigious Ivy League institution in New York City.
Eastern Kentucky University has earned national recognition for community service provided by its students.
As part of its ongoing emphasis on student success, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education is managing three programs designed to maximize retention and graduation rates.
Students from Eastern Kentucky University volunteered with non-profit agencies in eight cites from New York City to New Orleans and from Myrtle Beach to Decatur, Ala., during their spring break March 11-15.
U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell spoke at Eastern Kentucky University on Tuesday, March 26 about famous 19th century Kentuckian John J. Crittenden.
The Alpha Phi Sigma Epsilon chapter, a criminal justice and police studies honor society at Eastern Kentucky University, has earned first place in a national community service competition for the second consecutive year.
Dr. David Clemmer has been named director of bands and assistant professor of music at Eastern Kentucky University.
He will conduct the EKU Wind Ensemble, oversee graduate wind studies, and coordinate the athletic bands program.
Participants can immerse themselves in creative writing at the 51st Summer Creative Writing Conference at Eastern Kentucky University.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Company R-1 of the National Society of Pershing Rifles won several awards at the Pershing Rifle National Competition held recently in Jacksonville, Fla., including top honors in the Dual Armed Exhibition Drill featuring Dylan Baine, of Independence, and Adam Renn, Louisville.