Model Laboratory Middle School ranks second among the state’s middle schools, according to results of the most recent Kentucky Core Content Test (KCCT).
Dr. Charles Hickox, dean of Continuing Education and Outreach at Eastern Kentucky University, is the new president of the Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE).
He had previously served one-year terms as vice president and president-elect of the association after serving three years on its board of directors.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Fire and Safety Engineering Technology Program is prominently featured in an article entitled “False Convictions: The New Science of Arson” in the November 2011 issue of Discover magazine.
Eastern Kentucky University has established a STEM-H Institute to enhance teaching and learning in the fields of science, technology, engineering, mathematics and health at all educational levels by focusing on outreach, teaching, professional development and research.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Honors Program hosted the fall Kentucky Honors Roundtable Sept. 30-Oct. 1.
“I can’t always remember their names, but in my nightmares I can see their faces.”
That’s how Dr. Allen Ault, now dean of Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety, describes in Newsweek magazine his oversight of five executions when he served as the commissioner of the Georgia Department of Corrections from 1992 to 1995.
The Kentucky Labor Cabinet’s Department of Workplace Standards and Eastern Kentucky University’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center (OTIEC) have entered into a partnership that will advance their common goal of workplace safety.
A series of grants from the WHAS Crusade for Children has enabled Eastern Kentucky University to enhance a program designed to assist children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and their families.
Ron Smith, long-time reporter/producer with WEKU-FM at Eastern Kentucky University, has received a national award for excellence in religion reporting from the Religion Newswriters Association.
Smith received a second-place award for radio and podcast reporting for a segment on young Muslims’ efforts to improve Americans’ perception of Islam.
While some people listen to books while driving a car, an Eastern Kentucky University professor’s commute inspired him to create one.
Dr. Kenneth Tunnell, professor of Criminal Justice and Police Studies, is the author of “Once Upon a Place: The Fading of Community in Rural Kentucky,” which looks at the changes rural communities are undergoing.