Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education was recently recognized for its progress and achievement in the pursuit of performance excellence.
In an effort to build leadership capacity in P-12 schools, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education has redesigned several of its Master of Arts in Education programs to incorporate the teacher leader endorsement.
Eastern Kentucky University and the City of Richmond will host the International Town and Gown Association’s seventh annual University-City Relations Conference in 2012.
Recent Eastern Kentucky University graduate Travis Martin was one of 14 individuals nationwide to receive a 2011 Literacy Grant from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Savings continue for Kentucky Motorcycle Rider Education Courses throughout the Commonwealth.
The Basic RiderCourses are offered in 17 Kentucky communities for costs that range between $75 and $100 for the 20-hour training program. The costs average out to less than $5 per hour in each of the training programs available.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, meeting in regular session on Tuesday, June 7, approved a 2011-12 operating budget of $233,408,820, an increase of 6.9 percent over the previous year.
Eastern Kentucky University and Morehead State University today announced a new program, “Associate to Baccalaureate Degree Pathway: Collaborative Regional Education Program,” that will allow students at the University Center of the Mountains and Hazard Community and Technology College who have already received an associate degree to obtain a bachelor’s degree from EKU or MSU
An Eastern Kentucky University senior from London, Ky., is among only 11 students nationally to receive an undergraduate summer research award from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
Eastern Kentucky University has appointed Dr. Richard Waters director of choral activities.
Waters, associate professor of music, will direct the University’s three choral ensembles and teach undergraduate and graduate courses in conducting and choral literature.
Dr. Robert Weise, associate professor in Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of History, has received the 32nd annual Richard H. Collins Award from the Kentucky Historical Association.