When noted animal behaviorist Temple Grandin visited the Eastern Kentucky University campus in September 2011 to deliver a Chautauqua lecture, it set in motion a dramatic improvement at EKU’s Meadowbrook Farm.
Students in the College of Business and Technology (CBT) are taking advantage of Eastern Kentucky University’s study abroad programs. CBT students are studying abroad through a variety of affiliates and exchange programs.
Following is the next in the Study Abroad Series aimed at sharing students’ life-changing experiences studying abroad through EKU.
EKU's College of Business and Technology is pleased to announce Ms. Sharon A. Ritchey will be the featured speaker at Spring 2017 Convocation. Ritchey will bring remarks to the evening ceremony on Friday, May 12, at 6:30 p.m., in EKU's Alumni Coliseum.
EKU's College of Business and Technology is pleased to announce Ms. Julia Niemann Barney as the 2017 Distinguished Senior. Each year, the College of Business and Technology selects a Distinguished Senior. This $1,000 award is given annually at the EKU Scholar's Assembly to the student judged by the Colleges’ department chairs to be the overall distinguished senior.
Each year, the College of Business and Technology honors the very best students from each of our departments with awards and scholarships. Distinguished Senior honors are awarded to students possessing superior academic achievement, excellent leadership, citizenship, character, and service to EKU.
When he came to Eastern Kentucky University from Pikeville three years ago, Dalton Stanley “would have balked” at the mere thought of speaking before hundreds of people or even privately to CEOs of large corporations.
But he was never too frightened to “see my weaknesses at face value and really tackle them.”
EKU's School of Business is gearing up for the opening of its new Center for Professional Selling. They will be hosting the Center's first Distinguished Speaker, Mr. Randy Schwantz, President & CEO of The Wedge Group.