Eastern Kentucky University is a “Great College to Work For,” according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.
An Eastern Kentucky University faculty member is among 13 “heroes” of the insurance industry, as identified by LifeHealthPro, an online resource for life and health insurance advisers.
Eastern Kentucky University has announced the selection of Dr. Thomas Erekson as the new dean of its College of Business and Technology.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents, meeting in regular session on Monday, June 9, approved the University’s fourth doctoral degree program.
Because Eastern Kentucky University CARES:
· The history behind a largely forgotten African American cemetery near Junction City is being uncovered.
· Plans for a railroad museum for Corbin are taking shape.
Eastern Kentucky University Center for the Arts’ fourth season runs the gamut from Tony Award-winning productions to concerts by country and jazz stars, and offers new ticket pricing options and discounts.
Deserving Eastern Kentucky University students soon will have another financial resource to fuel their dreams.
The EKU Board of Regents Fund for Excellence has been established by the University’s governing body to “support exceptional EKU students who are pursuing exceptional academic endeavors,” according to Board Chair Craig Turner, of Lexington.
Eastern Kentucky University has formed a strategic alliance with ExpressJet Airlines to provide its aviation majors with a clear pathway to a career as an airline pilot.
Andrew Stofleth, of Richmond, was recently selected to the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi’s 2014-16 National Council of Students. The Council, comprised of 10 student vice presidents from the Society’s five regions, serves as a student advisory panel.
When Glenmore Jones first met Michael Benson on the golf course, he regaled the Eastern Kentucky University president with a fight song from his own college days almost seven decades earlier on the Richmond campus.
When the two met again on Tuesday, July 1, it was to celebrate a milestone that not even a hole-in-one could match.