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February 2013

EKU Distinguished Alumnus Jack Barber Speaks to PGA Golf Management Students

Jack Barber speaking to EKU golf management students

Eastern Kentucky University’s PGA Golf Management program welcomed Jack Barber, member of the Hall of Distinguished Alumni at EKU, as a guest speaker on Tuesday, February 26.

EKU Colonel's Battalion Cadets bring home coveted German Armed Forces Badge

l-r: Creutzinger, Thompson, Frizzelle, Gramig, Buford, and Wamsley

The EKU Army ROTC Colonel’s Battalion sent 11 Cadets to participate in the German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency Competition hosted by Indiana University’s Army ROTC in Bloomington, In.  The Colonel’s outperformed all other Kentucky schools in the competition and earned an overall ranking of Fifth out of the 34 schools present with eight of our 11 Cadets rece

Insurance Institute of Kentucky and EKU Risk Management & Insurance host paper competition

Insurance Institute of Kentucky graphic

Attention EKU Risk Management & Insurance Majors and Minors!

Insurance Institute of Kentucky (IIK) announces a paper competition open to the following EKU students who will have at least one semester of education remaining after the 2013 Spring Semester:

Engle named to Society of Foundation Professors

Engle

Dr. Allen D. Engle Sr., professor of management in the School of Business at Eastern Kentucky University,  has been selected for the prestigious Foundation Professorship effective 2013-2015. This is the highest honor an EKU faculty member can receive and recognizes excellence in the classroom and dedication to students.

MBA Directors meet to discuss MBA programs in Kentucky

Kentucky MBA Directors

Directors from a number of master of business administration programs across the state collaborated on maintaining relevancy in a changing marketplace.  EKU's MBA Coordinator, Ms. Nikki Kowalski, spearheaded the second of what is hoped to be an ongoing series of KY MBA Council discussions at the Business and Technology Center on Friday, February 15, 2013.

EKU class partners with local agencies to provide free income tax preparation, assistance

BTC dome

An Eastern Kentucky University accounting class is partnering with the Central Kentucky Economic Empowerment Project and Kentucky River Foothills Community Action Agency to offer basic income tax preparation for those making $50,000 or less.

EKU Alum Alan Long featured in Lane Report

Alan Long

Technology adds up for CPAs

Increasingly, accounting firms find productivity gains with latest digital products and services

By Lorie Hailey

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