Hummel Planetarium at Eastern Kentucky University will resume public programs on Saturdays, beginning April 25.
Every Saturday, the Planetarium will present “Perfect Little Planet” for children and families at Noon. Then at 1:30 p.m., the main feature, “Stars: The Powerhouses of the Universe,” will be shown.
Eastern Kentucky University will host a benefit concert on Monday, April 20, with proceeds going toward student scholarships for the Stephen Collins Foster Music Camp.
Admission to the ABC (Anything But Classical) Concert, scheduled from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in Foster 100, will be $5 (additional donations accepted).
The final lecture in Eastern Kentucky University’s 2014-15 Chautauqua Lecture Series will focus “On Positivity.”
That’s the title of Dr. Barbara Fredrickson’s presentation, on Thursday, April 30 (a change from the originally scheduled date).
Eastern Kentucky University was well represented among the leadership elections and awards at the recent 2015 Kentucky Association of Blacks in Higher Education Conference.
Forty-one Eastern Kentucky University students will soon become musical “ambassadors” to Ireland.
The EKU Concert Choir will depart May 18 for a week-long tour of the Emerald Isle. While there, the young musicians will perform in Killarney, Kilkenny and Dublin and enjoy sightseeing trips to several iconic landmarks, such as the Blarney Castle and Stone.
Eastern Kentucky University’s STEM-H Institute is collaborating with the Nerd Squad to provide a free two-day STEM adventure for middle school-age girls on successive Saturdays, April 25 and May 2.
“The Case of the Disappearing Diamonds: A STEM-CSI Adventure for Girls,” will be presented at EKU’s New Science Building, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. both days.
Local entrepreneurs gathered at Eastern Kentucky University on March 27 to network and discuss ways to expand their businesses.
Kristel Smith, director of the Kentucky Innovation Network office at Richmond/EKU, initiated a new network for professionals looking to grow their business.
Two Eastern Kentucky University students captured first-place awards at the recent Southeastern Recreation Research Conference.
The Eastern Kentucky University Dance Theatre will present its Spring Concert Wednesday, April 15, though Saturday, April 18, in O’Donnell Hall of the Whitlock Building.
“Is the Wigwam Worth It?”
That’s the question posed by Eastern Kentucky University economics professor and Anderson (Ind.) High School graduate Dr. John Harter in a study published in the April issue of Contemporary Economic Policy.