Inside Look

Ethics Awareness Week: Have Character or Be a Character?

Students look over 'CharacterPostWall' for Ethics Awareness Week

As part of Ethics Awareness Week Nov. 8-12, students looked over the “CharacterPostWall” in the BTC, where members of the campus community added postcards detailing a specific event of their lives when their character was challenged and how they dealt with it.

EKU Maroon SHRM Students Give Back

Maroon SHRM students prepare care packages

Members of Eastern Kentucky University’s Maroon SHRM (Society of Human Resources Management) student organization had the opportunity to give back to our troops during this holiday season. On November 22, students gathered to fellowship and prepare care packages to send troops that are away from home.

EKU Business Education Alum Earns Teaching Award

Jennifer Allen with Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear

Students in Jennifer Allen’s classes at Madison Southern High School are learning the importance of money.

Allen, who teaches business economics, financial services and advanced computer applications, was recently honored by Kentucky Jump$tart Financial Literacy as its Teacher of the Year.

Ethics Awareness Week Question: Will You Have Character Or Be One?

“In the movie of your life, will you have character or be one?”

As they focus on “Character-Driven Life” during Ethics Awareness Week Nov. 8-12, students, faculty and staff at Eastern Kentucky University will consider that pivotal question.

Six EKU Students Receive Patterson Scholarships

RICHMOND, Ky. – Six Eastern Kentucky University students have received the Patterson Scholarship, awarded to students in EKU’s Department of Management, Marketing, and Administrative Communication.

Local accountant receives CITP credentials

Alan Long

From The Richmond Register:  September 26, 2010

Cynthia Bohn to be 2010 Distinguished Speaker

Cynthia Bohn

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Cynthia F. Bohn, Owner of Equus Run Vineyards in Midway, Kentucky, as the College of Business and Technology 2010 Distinguished Speaker. She will visit the EKU campus on Tuesday, November 16, 2010, to speak with College faculty, staff and students.

2010 RIMS/CPCU Golf Outing, Sept. 9

The Bull at Boones Trace

The Kentuckiana Bluegrass Chapter of Risk and Insurance Management Society, Inc. (RIMS) and the Bluegrass Chapter of the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters Society (CPCU) sponsored the annual RIMS/CPCU Risk Management & Insurance Fund Golf Scramble at The Bull at Boones Trace on September 9.

With new indoor accommodations, golf management gets in full swing

The Professional Golf Management program started small with 20 students five years ago. Now, more than 100 students are a part of Eastern's accredited Professional Golf Association (PGA) program.

EKU Management Professor Has Busy Summer of Work in Europe

Allen D. Engle Sr.

Allen D. Engle Sr., professor of management at Eastern Kentucky University, spent the summer teaching, giving invited lectures and presenting papers at academic conferences in Germany, France, England and Canada.

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