A newly signed agreement between Eastern Kentucky University and the National Safety Management Society (NSMS) will give professionals across the country the opportunity to take specific EKU graduate-level courses.
A century and a half after the first shots of the Civil War were fired, Dr. Marshall Myers, professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University, reminds readers of the harsh realities of war, and how it affected soldier and civilian alike in his new book, “Great Civil War Stories of Kentucky.”
The Eastern Kentucky University team of John Smith of Richmond and Kyle Raymer of Brandenburg won the National Guard FLW College Fishing Central Division event on the Wolf River Chain on Sunday, June 20, with five bass weighing 12 pounds, 10 ounces.
Eastern Kentucky University recently selected Dr. Darrin Smith, associate professor of chemistry, as Undergraduate Research Coordinator.
Continuing its efforts to provide services that support the development of effective communicators in surrounding areas, Eastern Kentucky University’s Noel Studio will collaborate with Williamsburg Independent Schools to develop and implement the district’s communications and writing curriculum through professional development programs.
Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education was recently recognized for its progress and achievement in the pursuit of performance excellence.
In an effort to build leadership capacity in P-12 schools, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Education has redesigned several of its Master of Arts in Education programs to incorporate the teacher leader endorsement.
Eastern Kentucky University and the City of Richmond will host the International Town and Gown Association’s seventh annual University-City Relations Conference in 2012.
Recent Eastern Kentucky University graduate Travis Martin was one of 14 individuals nationwide to receive a 2011 Literacy Grant from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.
Savings continue for Kentucky Motorcycle Rider Education Courses throughout the Commonwealth.
The Basic RiderCourses are offered in 17 Kentucky communities for costs that range between $75 and $100 for the 20-hour training program. The costs average out to less than $5 per hour in each of the training programs available.