College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
The College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics at Eastern Kentucky University offers a broad range of degree programs in STEM areas that meet the needs of our students and prepare them for their chosen career or advanced studies.
Our outstanding faculty are committed to student success through excellent instruction, accessibility to students, and other high impact practices such as undergraduate research and hands-on instruction.
Our state-of-the-art Science Building provides laboratory and instructional spaces that are well-suited for engaged and transformative learning and cutting-edge research. Meadowbrook Farm provides students a unique experience to work with livestock and crop enterprises. It also serves as a learning resource for the agriculture community. Our natural areas at Lilley Cornett Woods, Maywoods, and Taylor Fork Ecological Area provide unparalleled outdoor facilities for environmental research and education. EKU’s flight training operations at the Central Kentucky Regional Airport enables us to train the best and safest professional pilots, and the most forward-thinking managers coming out of academia today.
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The Division of Natural Areas manages three of EKU’s natural areas: Lilley Cornett Woods Appalachian Ecological Research Station, Maywoods Environmental and Educational Laboratory, and Taylor Fork Ecological Area. Each of these areas provide unique experiences for students, local school groups and the general public.
Your investment in the College of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics helps us provide quality programs for our students. It also provides financial support to help our students succeed in their chosen fields of study and prepare them for their careers.
Our teaching and recreation areas include a new, state-of-the-art science building, three natural area properties, Meadowbrook Farm, Kentucky State Police Digital Forensics Lab, and Madison County Airport, just to name a few.
In a world where the average worker changes jobs 12 times throughout their lifetime, it is remarkable that someone has served in the same profession and at the same institution for 50 years. Eastern Kentucky University chemistry professor Dr. Vernon Stubblefield is that unique character.
Eastern Kentucky University professor and ecologist Dr. Jennifer Koslow has been heavily involved with the expansion of knowledge and awareness concerning the American chestnut tree.
Joanna Marling, a junior with a double major in psychology and forensic biology and a double minor in criminal justice and veteran studies from Louisville, recently earned the prestigious Jo Anne J. Trow Scholarship from the Alpha Lambda Delta national honor society.