An episode of the Discovery Channel program “Man, Woman, Wild” produced by an Eastern Kentucky University faculty member and filmed in the nearby Red River Gorge will air on the cable network Thursday, Jan. 5, at 9 p.m.
With its unique bioinformatics degree option for undergraduates, Eastern Kentucky University is poised at the leading edge of a revolution in health care – one that will embrace DNA analysis to personalize medicine, improve the quality of care and bring down costs.
Eastern Kentucky University’s efforts to develop mathematics and English transition programs in area high schools is already resulting in a reduced need for remediation at the college level, thereby saving students and families valuable time and dollars.
Now the initiatives are earning national attention.
Twenty-one programs in Eastern Kentucky University’s 12th annual Chautauqua Lecture series, all free and open to the public, will explore “Living with Others: Challenges and Promises” from a variety of perspectives and feature several nationally known lecturers. The series will also include film screenings and an art exhibit.
For professional pilots the skies are home but, after four decades of military and aviation education experience, Ralph Gibbs has found his professional heaven here on earth in Eastern Kentucky University’s Aviation Program.
For the fourth consecutive year, Eastern Kentucky University ranks among “America’s Best Colleges,” according to Forbes, the popular business magazine.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Professional Education Unit accreditation has been reaffirmed by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.
The Unit includes elements of all five colleges on campus – Education, Arts and Sciences, Health Sciences, Justice and Safety, and Business and Technology.
Eastern Kentucky University’s bid to host a 2012 Presidential Debate on its Richmond campus has drawn broad bi-partisan support from numerous federal, state and local officials, as well as many prominent business and community leaders,.
National recognition has come again to Eastern Kentucky University’s Noel Studio for Academic Creativity.
An Eastern Kentucky University professor will soon receive the highest possible honor from the Sierra Leone Institute of International Law.