To further assist those students more interested in creating video games than simply playing them, Eastern Kentucky University has joined the Higher Education Video Games Alliance.
Eastern Kentucky University senior public health nursing students will conduct a community health fair at Tates Creek Baptist Church on Friday, July 18.
The event, free and open to the public, will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. The church is located at 1255 Boonesborough Road, just off Exit 95 of I-75.
Gov. Steve Beshear recently announced $557,945 in federal funding for a project at Eastern Kentucky University to expand transportation choices to citizens in that community.
The funding is through the federal Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP). Monies will be used for the Kit Carson Drive to Hall Drive sidewalk connector project.
Eastern Kentucky University will offer a 100 percent online master’s degree in construction management for fall 2014.
The program, designed to serve current industry professionals, can be completed in as little as 18 months and is unique in that it offers an avenue of advancement for individuals from across the industry spectrum.
Eastern Kentucky University has named Dr. Jonathan Gore, associate professor of psychology, as Undergraduate Research Coordinator.
An Eastern Kentucky University student from Richmond captured the title at the recent 2014 U.S. Open Sporting Clays Championship.
Beginning this fall, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education will offer a new doctoral degree track in Counselor Education and Supervision.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, meeting in regular session on Monday, June 9, approved the University’s fourth doctoral degree program.
The 300,000-plus visitors who come to Richmond annually because of Eastern Kentucky University generate approximately $41 million for the local economy.
A nationally known beekeeping authority currently serving as senior researcher and apiculturist in the Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Technology at Eastern Kentucky University will join the Kentucky Department of Agriculture as Kentucky’s new state apiarist.