By Stephanie Cole
EKU Public Relations
In the heat of two Texan summers, Bobby Feeback rubbed shoulders with some Cowboys in the fields. The football fields, that is.
It will soon be easier to conduct sustained, high-level research at Eastern Kentucky University’s Lilley Cornett Woods.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded EKU a $300,000 grant for construction of a research center on the site of the 554-acre old-growth forest in Letcher County near the Kentucky-Virginia border.
Sometimes sports offer more than a recreational diversion for college students.
In the case of Dwaine Evans Jr., his participation on the Eastern Kentucky University paintball team in 2009 led to the invention of a soon-to-launch, patent-pending product.
Students derive many benefits from attending Eastern Kentucky University.
It’s the academic preparation toward a dream job. It’s the mentoring by faculty and staff. It’s the social opportunities. It’s the support services.
For Benjamin Congleton, it’s all that and much more. “It’s therapy.”
An Eastern Kentucky University professor will officially release her latest book as part of a national conference hosted by the University.
As more and more soldiers return from the battlefields of the Middle East, Eastern Kentucky University continues to earn national honors for its commitment to military veterans and their dependents.
A standing room only crowd packed the Eastern Kentucky University College of Justice & Safety’s Posey Auditorium today to honor the first responders who lost their lives in the aftermath of the terrorist attack on America exactly 12 years ago.
Eastern Kentucky University again ranks in the top tier of Regional Universities in the South in the 2014 edition of “Best Colleges,” published by U.S. News & World Report.
Tom Martin, well known for his reports on the central Kentucky business scene, can now be heard on WEKU-FM.
Martin’s “Focus on Business” report will air Mondays at 7:35 a.m. during Morning Edition and will be repeated on Mondays at 5:45 p.m. during All Things Considered.
Jason Koontz, professor and director of percussion studies at Eastern Kentucky University, has been selected to travel to Japan Oct. 14-28 as part of an exchange program with the Madison County International Committee (MCIC) and the Kiyosato Educational Experiment Project (KEEP).