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Putting the Importance of Agriculture into Perspective

Mr. Ryan Quarles, KY Commissioner of Agriculture, lectures in Rogow Auditorium

Agriculture students got to hear a special lecture given by Commissioner of Agriculture, Kentucky Department of Agriculture, Ryan Quarles on Friday December 1st, in the EKU Business and Technology Center Auditorium

Aerospace Management Students Selected for SEC-AAAE/SAMA Scholarships

From Left: Adam Ackermann, Maggie Smith, Cameron Sidor

For the second consecutive year, three EKU Aviation students were selected as recipients of the Southeast Chapter of the American Association of Airport Executives/Southeastern Airport Manager’s Association (SEC-AAAE/SAMA) Scholarship, an award valued at $2,000 per student.

Scholars Recognized, Donors Appreciated

EKU Aviation scholarship recipients and their benefactors in the new hangar

In a special event, EKU Aviation brought together its very best students with donors and program benefactors.

More than Conventional Opportunities

EKU AG Ambassadors at the 2017 FFA Convention

Eight of EKUs Agriculture Ambassadors joined 64,000 others in Indianapolis for a weekend full of career networking and program recruitment at the FFA Convention held October 24-26. Students hosted a booth at the convention, representing the Agriculture program here at EKU. Read more...

CM Students Explore Professional Opportunities

EKU Construction Management students tour EKU's New Case Dining Hall

Exploring is nothing new for EKU's Construction Management students. Every semester, faculty arrange a number of activities to enhance classroom learning. Dr. Charlie Zhang, CM Assistant Professor explains, "Hands-on construction experience is critical to students.

Senior Finds Hope, Home in Agriculture

Shawn Dore

Actor Kevin Conroy once said: “Everyone is handed adversity in life. No one’s journey is easy. It’s how they handle it that makes them unique.” If that’s the case, Eastern Kentucky University senior Shawn Dore is unlike any other.

Focus on Construction Management

Mural in EKU's Construction Management suite

Students interested in receiving a construction management degree at the highest quality institution should look no further than Eastern Kentucky University’s Construction Management (CM) program.  In addition to a state-of-the art facility, jobs galore, and a range of opportunities post-graduation, the CM program boasts four highly qualified, involved, passionate faculty members - D

Colonel Contracting Competes at 2017 ASC Conference

New Professional Flight students pose with EKU Top Hawk aircraft

Colonel Contracting, EKU's contruction management team, competed at the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Region 3 Conference in Downers Grove, Ill., October 18-21, 2017.

Different Pathways, Common Interest

From left: Megan Petersen and Tori Cassidy

EKU has a mix of many different students with many different pasts, but a common interest and similar goals bring our students together. Two of EKU’s Agriculture students, Megan Petersen and Victoria Cassidy are proof of that.

Students get hands-on farm experience

Children and teachers enjoy a hayride during 4-H Farm Days (Critley King/The Reg

University Farms rolled out the red carpet for nearly 1,000 third graders from the Central Kentucky region last week with a 'Day at the Farm'. Given the number of visitors and high level of interest, the event took place at the Madison County Fairgrounds. Read more...

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