While most Eastern Kentucky University students enjoyed a restful break from classes during Spring Break March 5-9, some students spent their time volunteering through EKU’s Alternative Spring Break Program in various locales from New York City to New Orleans, from Myrtle Beach, S.C. to Kansas City, Kan.
An Eastern Kentucky University senior from Lancaster, competing against students from four-year colleges and universities in nine states, has received the Regional Student Leadership Award from the National Orientation Directors Association.
Eastern Kentucky University recently passed another milestone, with more than 1,000 military veterans and their dependents now enrolled.
Lennon Michalski, a 2004 Eastern Kentucky University art graduate and former adjunct instructor in the Department of Art and Design, was featured in Oxford American’s most recent issue, 100 under 100: The New Superstars of Southern Art.”
Six Eastern Kentucky University graduates – five from the university’s construction management program – played key roles in a job-producing project mentioned by President Barack Obama in his State of the Union speech earlier this year.
Eastern Kentucky University made an international impact through its participation in the recent 2012 Minsk (Belarus) International Book Fair.
Dr. Jacquelyn W. Jensen, Hazel Wilson Endowed Chair and professor of family and consumer sciences education at Eastern Kentucky University, is the new editor for the Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education(JFCSE).
A Model Laboratory School senior recently became the first student ever to qualify for the American Invitational Mathematics Examination (AIME) by taking the AMC12 test at the Eastern Kentucky University site of the American Mathematics Competition (AMC).
Life in Louisville in the years after the Civil War and into the early 20th century was both exciting and dangerous.
Eastern Kentucky University faculty member Keven McQueen chronicles the era in his 12th book, “Louisville Murder and Mayhem: Historic Crimes of Derby City.”
The thousands of trees of all shapes, sizes and species on Eastern Kentucky University’s 912-acre Richmond campus offer more than shade and aesthetic appeal.
They also serve as a natural outdoor laboratory for many academic programs.