August 2018

Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner

EKU CBT logo

Since the 1970s Chick Fil A has seen the interest in higher education that many of their employees have. The organization has reached out a helping hand of $5.7 million in scholarship money to its employees nationwide since 2017. Richmond’s local Chick Fil A employess several EKU students. Two Business and Technology students benefited from the scholarship program this year:

Dr. Beth Polin Receives 2018 Dyer Excellence in Teaching Award

Dr. Jack L. Dyer, Dr. Beth Polin, and Dean Tom Erekson

EKU's School of Business is pleased to announce the recipient of the Annual Jack L. Dyer Excellence in Teaching Award. The recipient for 2017-18 is Dr. Beth Polin, Assistant Professor of Management in the Department of Management, Marketing and International Business.

CBT Welcomes the Class of 2022

New Students Under Big E Welcome Tent

The weekend before classes started was an exciting time for the class of 2022.  New students participated in Big E Welcome and were able to explore the campus and the six different colleges that make up Eastern Kentucky University.  Big E Welcome is an important event for new students, as gives them the chance to see the campus and meet new people before classes begin on Monday. 

Rolling Hills, Robotic Milking

Meadowbrook Farm Entrance Sign

Eastern Kentucky University has a hidden gem in Madison County, tucked away so well between Richmond and Waco that even the most seasoned resident may not know it exists, much less have paid it a visit.

Pact with Blue Grass Airport Aids Students

EKU Aviation Student with EKU plane

A “mutually beneficial” partnership between Eastern Kentucky University’s nationally prominent aviation program and Blue Grass Airport has taken another step forward.