Peer influence and low self-control appear to be the major factors fueling juvenile cybercrime such as computer hacking and online bullying, according to a new study conducted by an Eastern Kentucky University faculty member and two others.
For the past 76 summers, almost 40,000 talented young musicians have honed their playing skills at Eastern Kentucky University’s Stephen Collins Foster Music Camp, the nation’s second oldest music camp and longest consecutive operational camp.
Great variety and a sparkling array of internationally-known entertainers mark the inaugural season of the EKU Center for the Arts at Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond.
The news director of WEKU, the public radio service of Eastern Kentucky University, has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of Public Radio News Directors Inc.
Charles Compton, who has served as news director at WEKU since 2005, will fill the unexpired term of mid-sized newsroom representative Naomi Starobin, who became the Board’s large market representative.
The 13th season of the CBS-TV reality program “Big Brother” will feature an Eastern Kentucky University graduate.
A newly signed agreement between Eastern Kentucky University and the National Safety Management Society (NSMS) will give professionals across the country the opportunity to take specific EKU graduate-level courses.
A century and a half after the first shots of the Civil War were fired, Dr. Marshall Myers, professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University, reminds readers of the harsh realities of war, and how it affected soldier and civilian alike in his new book, “Great Civil War Stories of Kentucky.”
The Eastern Kentucky University team of John Smith of Richmond and Kyle Raymer of Brandenburg won the National Guard FLW College Fishing Central Division event on the Wolf River Chain on Sunday, June 20, with five bass weighing 12 pounds, 10 ounces.
Eastern Kentucky University recently selected Dr. Darrin Smith, associate professor of chemistry, as Undergraduate Research Coordinator.
Continuing its efforts to provide services that support the development of effective communicators in surrounding areas, Eastern Kentucky University’s Noel Studio will collaborate with Williamsburg Independent Schools to develop and implement the district’s communications and writing curriculum through professional development programs.