Eastern Kentucky University will host a workshop on technology-led economic development strategies.
The workshop will be held on Thursday, Aug. 6, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. at EKU’s Manchester campus. It will provide participants with strategies and tools to make the most of new broadband technology coming to the region.
As a self-confessed “project geek,” Paul Gannoe couldn’t be more excited to be at Eastern Kentucky University.
Gannoe was recently named director of capital construction and project administration at EKU, which is in the midst of a wide-ranging campus revitalization effort.
Eastern Kentucky University’s OSHA Training Institute Education Center will offer a course on evacuation and emergency planning at four of its regional campuses this fall.
The course will provide detailed information to prepare participants to develop evacuation and emergency planning that focuses on OSHA requirements for emergency action plans and fire protection plans.
Eastern Kentucky University art professor Melissa Vandenberg recently received the prestigious Al Smith Individual Artist Fellowship.
Born without a right forearm, Isaac Powell was at first reluctant to reflect his disability in his art.
By ERIKA KHAIR
Student Writer, EKU Communications & Marketing
Eastern Kentucky University Recreation Club students recently spent a week making Louisiana an even more beautiful place.
Eastern Kentucky University recently concluded its best year for fundraising since 2001.
Private giving for Fiscal Year 2015 totaled $4,144,457, according to Nick Perlick, vice president for development and alumni relations.
Eastern Kentucky University nursing students will host a health education fair in collaboration with several local organizations.
Dr. Bobby Barton has received the highest honor bestowed by the National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA).
Approximately 20 representatives of Eastern Kentucky University, including President Michael Benson and other top administrators, fanned out along the West Main Street corridor of Richmond Tuesday morning, July 7.
Four students from Eastern Kentucky University received awards at the Phi Beta Lambda National Leadership Conference for their work on business-related projects.
Dr. Tanlee Wasson was recently named assistant vice president for institutional effectiveness and institutional research at Eastern Kentucky University.
Ian Mooers, director of the Center for Economic Development, Entrepreneurship and Technology (CEDET) at Eastern Kentucky University, has been appointed to the East Kentucky Workforce Innovation Board (EKWIB).
Eastern Kentucky University's online RN-BSN program is one of the 50 best programs in the United States, according to www.bestmedicaldegrees.com
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