Skip to main content

Inside Look

EKU Joins Partners with OSHA and Kentucky Department of Education to Offer Credential to High School Students

Eastern Kentucky University has partnered with the Kentucky Department of Education’s Office of Career and Technical Education to implement workplace safety training for high school students interested in construction and manufacturing sector careers. 

 

Community Education Courses Run Gamut

community courses

Eastern Kentucky University’s Center for Career and Workforce Development will offer dozens of community education courses through June.

E-Presence Helps Senior "Attend" Classes

staples w/ baby

When her infant daughter was hospitalized for two weeks in Lexington with bacterial meningitis, Rachel Staples didn’t need any more worries.

Scholar House Helps Single Parents

scholar house

With a smile as sunny as the September skies above, Whitney Ballew looked out over the large crowd assembled at the dedication ceremony for the Eastern Schol

WEKU RADIO NETWORK CONTINUES TO GROW THROUGH NEW INITIATIVES

Whether you wake up to WEKU news with Bryan Bartlett during Morning Edition, tune in on your way home with Cheri Lawson and All Things Considered, or catch up on midday news with Here and Now, you’ll often hear stories by Frankfort-based Ryland Barton and other journalists across the state.

CAPT Program Aids Aspiring Teachers, Schools

Becoming a successful teacher includes academic preparation, a good amount of time as a student teacher and the standard classroom observation hours.

EKU, Promise Zone Partner on Student Project

Eastern Kentucky University’s Office of Regional Stewardship has received a grant to fund “good news” stories about the people and places of Kentucky’s Promise Zone. High school students from the eight-county region will be finding and writing the stories, as well as providing photos.

Open /*deleted href=#openmobile*/