Debra Hoskins has resigned as executive director for the Center for the Arts at Eastern Kentucky University.
Hoskins has served in the position since January 2011. A national search for her successor will begin immediately.
Eastern Kentucky University student Brittany D. Neaves, of Mount Sterling, recently was selected to serve on the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society’s 2012-14 Council of Students.
Eastern Kentucky University, nationally recognized for its commitment to helping military veterans complete their college education, now has a full-time vocational rehabilitation counselor through its participation in the VetSuccess on Campus program.
The Eastern Kentucky University Department of Curriculum and Instruction has been selected by NASA's Aerospace Education Services Project (AESP) to participate as a member in a newly created alliance designed to provide professional development for educators.
The new executive director of the Innovation and Commercialization Center (ICC) at Eastern Kentucky University is a familiar name and face to many in the central/eastern Kentucky business community.
Dr. Qaisar Sultana, professor emeritus of special education at Eastern Kentucky University, was chosen as one of six Visiting Scholars by a consortium of universities in Norway, Slovenia, Germany, Czech Republic, Uganda and Sudan.
Eastern Kentucky University has selected educator and former Peace Corps volunteer Bill Holmes as director of the Office of International Education.
Holmes, former director of Institutional Relations at CAPA International Education in Boston, joined the EKU staff on May 21.
The Center for the Arts at Eastern Kentucky University has played host during its inaugural season to more than 50,500 guests from more than 30 states and abroad.
Katie Wiedmar, Louisville, a senior PGA golf management major at Eastern Kentucky University, received the 2011-12 S.J. Garner Student Excellence Award at the PGA Golf Management spring awards banquet in April.
Singer/songwriter Chad Warrix, who gained fame in the country music duo Halfway to Hazard, urged Rockcastle County High School students to never give up on their dreams.