In his highly acclaimed book, “Reagan at Reykjavik: Forty-Eight Hours That Ended the Cold War,” Kenneth Adelman offered insights into the leadership of President Ronald Reagan, especially his strategy for winning the Cold War.
Kenneth Adelman may be best known as a diplomat, policy analyst and political writer. But he is also an avid collector of African art.
Eastern Kentucky University is competing for more than a football championship this fall.
Students, faculty, staff and others will participate in the GameDay Recycling Challenge, a friendly competition among colleges and universities to reduce waste and increase recycling.
Eastern Kentucky University along with the Commonwealth’s other public universities and community and technical colleges are teaming up to offer a statewide, virtual college fair for former students and other adults who are close to completing their college degrees.
In recognition of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice and Safety has invited Abdulrahman Alothman, law professor at the Higher Judicial Institute, Imam University in Saudi Arabia, to present a comparison of newly enacted domestic violence laws in Saudi Arabia with laws in the United States.
Shirley Baechtold, retired Eastern Kentucky University English professor, author and musician, will discuss her life and work in a Live @ Your Library event at EKU on Wednesday, Sept. 24.
Eastern Kentucky University will host a series of programs and service projects on Thursday, Sept. 11, in remembrance of heroes who have served their communities and nation since the tragic events on that date in 2001. All programs are open to the campus and local community.
President Michael Benson and Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Michael Eastman are sharing the Eastern Kentucky University story in China.
A new initiative entitled the Downtown Richmond/EKU Engagement Project is bringing University and community representatives together in an effort to discuss possible town-gown partnerships that would benefit the downtown business district as well as Eastern students, faculty and staff.
All members of the Eastern Kentucky University community-- faculty, students, staff and alumni -- and area residents will have an opportunity to share their insights into the current status and future needs of EKU as well as the desired profile of the University’s next president when representatives of Academic Search conduct an open community forum at the Stratton Building on Monday, Nov