To those familiar with Eastern Kentucky University, it is readily apparent that the University is a creative campus. From EKU's focus on graduating informed, critical and creative thinkers who can communicate effectively, to offices and programs promoting creativity, creativity is foremost on the minds of students, faculty and staff. The creative spirit will continue to grow thi
In celebration of National Library Week, join EKU Libraries on Tuesday, April 10 at 4:30p.m. in the Main Library's Grand Reading Room for a fascinating presentation by Dr.
Visit the Noel Studio for Academic Creativity's Greenhouse on Friday, April 20 from 5-8 p.m. to enjoy an exciting Public Speaking Competition. Listen to the best speeches given in classes at EKU. Cash prizes will be awarded. Students: have your instructors nominate you for the competition today!
Now through mid-April, visit EKU's Special Collections & Archives to enjoy a new display of books celebrating the literary achievements of 20th century Appalachian women writers,“Passionate Mountain Voices: Women Authors of Appalachia, 1914-1996."
Dr. Jackie Jay, Associate Professor in EKU's Department of History, is the Focus on Scholarship featured faculty member for the month of March 2012. Dr. Jay received her PhD in Egyptology from the University of Chicago in 2008, the same year she joined the faculty of the History Department at EKU.
Celebrate National Library Week with EKU Libraries, April 9-13! Visit the Music Library, Business Library & Academic Commons or the Justice & Safety Learning Commons Monday-Friday for a free cookie (each day while supplies last). Also enjoy these exciting events: