The leadership division of Student Life is launching a new opportunity for first year students attending Eastern Kentucky University called, “Emerging Leaders.” The program allows students to ignite their leadership path and get a jumpstart on their involvement at Eastern.
This Sankofa symbol is Ghanan, from West Africa. Its literal translation is “go back and get it,” symbolizing the importance of knowing our history and our ancestors as we move into the future. This tradition values the contributions of our elders and cherishes the memory of our ancestors.
The Middle School and Elementary Education Methods students from the Eastern Kentucky University Corbin campus worked with over 200 7th grade Corbin Middle School students (approximately 100 each day) to test the waters of Moore’s Creek, which is a small creek near the middle school.
The City of Corbin, KY and EKU Corbin regional campus were recently awarded a recycling grant from Kentucky PRIDE in the amount of $7150. This 2014-2015 award marks the fifth year that EKU Corbin campus and the City have joined forces in an effort to encourage recycling at the campus and in the local community.
Eastern Kentucky University President, Michael T. Benson was the keynote speaker for the Manchester Regional Campus 2013-14 GED graduation, which took place on June 25, 2014. Congratulations to those EKU Clay County GED graduates.