Academic Affairs is working toward a comprehensive plan for developing, supporting, delivering, and rewarding Distance Learning at EKU.
An EKU Faculty Panel, comprised of faculty members from each college and the EKU Libraries who are experienced in Distance Learning, has been formed to represent faculty’s issues and input into our model.
At the conclusion of the fall semester, EKU Now had a final enrollment of 259 students. The grade distribution for the 365 graded sections included: 51.5% - A’s, 31.8% - B’s, and 8.5% - C’s. Only 2.7% receiv
With the formal dedication Oct. 29 of its nationally innovative Ron and Sherrie Lou Noel Studio for Academic Creativity, Eastern Kentucky University ushered in “a new era” in the life of John Grant Crabbe Library.
As the academic year draws to an end, I thank all the faculty, staff, and students for working hard to make this a successful year. For me, this has been an enjoyable year. I am grateful for the opportunity to have served as the Interim Provost. The members of my staff have truly been wonderful and are to be commended for their dedication, professionalism, and flexibility as I
The Doctor of Nursing Practice has been approved by the Graduate Council, the Council on Academic Affairs, the joint Strategic Planning and Financial Planning Councils, the Faculty Senate, and the Provost’s Council. The President will recommend it to the Board of Regents on June 7, 2010. The proposal will be sent concurrently to the CPE for an effective implementation date of
Eastern Kentucky University will be honored for its commitment to diversity at the Minority Access Eleventh National Role Models Conference in September. Highlights of EKU’s diversity initiatives will be distributed to conference attendees as a Best Practice Guide and a model for improving diversity. Eastern will be recognized at a Diversity Awards Dinner held during the confe
EKU has nominated three of its professors for the 2010 U.S. Professor of the Year Award. The three nominated professors are recently named Foundation Professors: Prof. Joe Molinaro (2009), Dr. Liz Hansen (2008), and Dr. Robert Mitchell (2008).