First responders, emergency medical technicians, veterinarians, firefighters, and other emergency/rescue personnel are encouraged to register for one of the best annual training opportunities in the U.S. – the Technical Large-Animal Emergency Rescue Training provided cooperatively by USRider and Eastern Kentucky University.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching has recognized Eastern Kentucky University for its strong commitment to community engagement.
Eastern Kentucky University has earned national recognition for its contribution to the public good.
Eastern Kentucky University’s new baccalaureate degree program in Animal Studies is believed to be the first of its kind in the world.
Eastern Kentucky University has earned national recognition as a “green” innovator in information technology.
WEKU, the public radio service of Eastern Kentucky University, has announced some programming changes designed to “better reflect the needs and interests of our community.”
Eastern Kentucky University has earned positive national recognition recently from two well-known magazines.
An initiative at Eastern Kentucky University to raise awareness of many forms of violence that can affect the campus community and assist survivors now has a tangible presence with the opening of EKU-SAFE.
For the second consecutive year, Eastern Kentucky University ranks in the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide that are doing the most to embrace America’s veterans as students, according to G.I. Jobs magazine.
Dr. John Bowes, assistant professor in Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of History, received a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend award to conduct research and write chapters for his upcoming book, “Northern Indian Removal: An Unfamiliar History.”