Did you leave college just short of a baccalaureate degree, either for a job or to raise a family?
Have you often thought years later about returning, but were apprehensive about how to begin the process or worried about how you would fit in with teenagers and twenty-somethings?
An Eastern Kentucky University senior from Richmond is one of 59 Tillman Military Scholars nationwide.
Andrew Napier, a biology/pre-medical science major who served six years in the Army National Guard after graduating from Madison Central High School in 2006, will use the $9,000 scholarship to finish his studies at EKU this fall and prepare for medical school.
For the third time in four years, an Eastern Kentucky University graduate has received a Phi Kappa Phi National Fellowship for graduate study.
Junior Andrew Pennington, of Corbin, has been selected as the National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance student ambassador for Eastern Kentucky University.
Dr. Beverly Hart has earned Eastern Kentucky University’s highest honor for teaching excellence.
Eastern Kentucky University honored 2,207 degree candidates at its annual spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 5.
Eastern Kentucky University is one of 12 universities in the Bluegrass Region who have agreed to collaborate to improve educational attainment and economic opportunity for central Kentuckians. The new Bluegrass Higher Education Consortium was formalized by the signing of a charter agreement at the annual breakfast meeting of Bluegrass Tomorrow at Keeneland on Feb. 29.
Two mock trial teams from Eastern Kentucky University qualified for national competition with their performance at a regional event at Kennesaw State University Feb. 24-25.
The EKU teams finished sixth and seventh, earning bids to the Opening Round Championship, to be held at Furman University in Greenville, S.C., March 23-25.
Dr. Lisa Day is the new director of Women and Gender Studies at Eastern Kentucky University.
Day, an associate professor of English, has been serving as interim director since July 2011. She joined the EKU faculty in 2001 and specializes in 19th and 20th century American literature, African-Caribbean literature and gender theory.
She failed her first physics test as a freshman and even considered changing her academic major.
Now, just two years later, Eastern Kentucky University junior Molly Williams, of Berea, has been accepted into a prestigious summer program at a university in Rome, Italy, where she will pursue gravitational wave physics research.