Dr. Tom Otieno, associate dean for administrative affairs and research with Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Arts & Sciences, has been elected to a one-year term on the Board of Directors of the Council of Colleges of Arts and Sciences.
Eastern Kentucky University has become only the fourth educational institution in the nation to join the “Best Should Teach” initiative.
The familiar Shaker song, “Simple Gifts,” is about discovering one’s own unique talents and gifts. That’s exactly what 10-year-old Tad Johnson struggles with in the new Kentucky-based novel for young readers, “’Tis a Gift,” by Rebecca Mitchell Turney and Marie Mitchell.
A landscaping project underway in front of the Keen Johnson Building will give the historic Eastern Kentucky University facility a fresh look.
Eastern Kentucky University has earned a national No. 1 ranking for its commitment to helping military veterans further their education.
Eastern Kentucky University is moving its Master’s of Fine Arts Creative Writing Program summer residency to Edinburgh, Scotland for 2011.
The summer program had been held in the Spanish colonial town of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, each of the past three years.
Eastern Kentucky University’s Center for Renewable and Alternative Fuel Technologies (CRAFT) received another boost today when Sixth District Congressman Ben Chandler announced the award of a $2.4 million federal grant from the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA).
Chandler delivered the good news at the 2010 Regional BioEnergy Field Day, held at EKU’s Meadowbrook Farm.
Eastern Kentucky University's student newspaper was selected this week as a finalist for the nation's highest award in college journalism, the Pacemaker.
The Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence has recognized an Eastern Kentucky University official for his commitment to Kentucky education.
State Rep. Harry Moberly, who also serves as Executive Vice President for Administration at EKU, recently received the Committee’s Award of Excellence.
A solar panel system has been installed atop Eastern Kentucky University’s New Science Building. The seven-panel solar array, which will incorporate a small but expandable renewable energy source into the campus energy mix, will serve as a pilot to explore the practical viability of solar energy as a campus and regional energy source.