Five professional learning communities have been established at Eastern Kentucky University to better prepare future teachers in content knowledge and to enhance the success of EKU students.
Eastern Kentucky University’s new campus sustainability coordinator says his first priority this year is to establish a composting program and raise awareness about the many environmental efforts underway at EKU.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Noel Studio for Academic Creativity will be showcased nationally next year when two organizations bring conferences to campus.
In spring 2012, the Noel Studio will be the hub for conferences of the National Association of Communication Centers and the Southeastern Writing Center Association.
Beverly Hart, professor of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing and RN-BSN Coordinator at Eastern Kentucky University, has been appointed to an Emergency Nurses Association committee that will examine national issues related to emergency nursing practices, emergency care and matters of the Association.
Fresh off a national championship last summer, the Eastern Kentucky University Bassmasters are ranked number one nationally in pre-season rankings announced recently by Bass Ranks.
A 25,500-square-foot addition to the Stratton Building will accommodate the rapid growth of Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety.
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents unanimously re-elected Gary Abney, of Richmond, to a second term as chair at its regularly scheduled meeting on Jan. 26.
Eastern Kentucky University, home of a nationally innovative educational extension agents program and many other stewardship initiatives, will soon produce the first issue of an academic journal devoted to regional engagement.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Department of Music recently added seven Petrof grand pianos to its collection of instruments available for use by students and faculty members.
The Petrof piano factory was founded in 1864 in the Czech Republic and is Europe’s largest piano builder.
Students in Eastern Kentucky University food service management classes in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences are learning this year to master equipment that will rival or even surpass what they will later encounter in many restaurants.