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Roberson Named Dyer Excellence in Teaching Award Recipient


EKU's School of Business is pleased to announce the recipient of the Eleventh Annual Jack L. Dyer Excellence in Teaching Award. The recipient for 2013-14 is Dr. Mike Roberson, Professor of Management.

PGA/GM 2014 Director's Award announced

EKU PGA Golf Management Director Ms. Kim Kincer with Micah Voorhis

Junior Micah Voorhis from Tipton, In., received the 2014 Director’s Award for service and dedication to Eastern Kentucky University's PGA Golf Management program for the academic year. He received the award at the PGA Golf Management spring awards ceremony in April.


“Get Up and Go” and Study Abroad!

Joanna Webb at Dutch market

by Dr. Michael T. Benson, President, Eastern Kentucky University

"Not all those who wander are lost" -- J.R.R. Tolkien

A Minor in Entrepreneurship: The Perfect Complement to Your Major

Dr. Scott Dust

Students Learning Value of Entrepreneurship Skills

Today’s marketplace is demanding that graduates not only master the requisite subject matter but also know how to navigate a business environment to get their ideas into action.

EKU Management Professor to speak on Global Performance Management in Germany

Global Grading for Leadership poster

Eastern’s own Dr. Allen Engle, professor of management, will be speaking May 27, 2014, at DHBW Villingen-Schwenningen Hörsaal Gutenberg, Gebäude C in Germany.

Wanted: 1.4 million new supply chain workers by 2018

The offices at Coyote Logistics in Chicago (Courtesy: Coyote Logistics)

The logistics industry has a recruiting problem. It's huge, making up 8.5% of GDP, and growing fast. But to most job seekers, it's misunderstood -- or invisible.

By Anne Fisher from CNNMoney

FORTUNE -- How can a $1.3 trillion industry, getting bigger every year, be hidden in plain sight?

Maroon SHRM participates in service project

Bianca Robles presents Shanna Wells with donated items

Over the years, EKU's Maroon SHRM chapter has participated in several service projects. This spring, Bianca Robles, COO of the EKU Maroon SHRM Chapter presented Shanna Wells, a Liberty Place volunteer, with a series of household and personal items for use by visitors to Liberty Place.

Business Majors Most in Demand by Employers

College majors in demand list

Over half of employers are looking for business or communication technologies graduates - and they're hiring!

College Majors Most in Demand by Employers, by Ronnie Polidoro

Scholar Athlete: Patric Sundlof

Patric Sundlof (front center) with 2014 All-OVC Team

General Business junior Patric Sundlof was selected to the 10-member All-Ohio Valley Conference team and was one of five chosen to the 2014 OVC All-Newcomer team. Sundlof, a native of Tullinge, Sweden, joined the Eastern program last summer after playing two years at Shorter University in Rome, Ga.

International Business Major Experiences Japanese Culture in Study Abroad Program

Russell Adams

After preparing for the day, Clark County native Russell Adams walked a little less than half a mile to the train station, where he would then ride a train to the end of the line, walk another half mile, eat lunch nearby, and go to class … in Japan.

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