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AET Department Hosts Regional Competitions 2016 for Regional Schools

TSA students outside the Whalin Technology Complex

The annual Technology Student Association (TSA) Regional competitions was hosted by the Department of Applied Engineering & Technology (AE&T) on Friday, February 26, 2016.

Co-Op Opportunity Benefits Students, TRC

From left: Eric Poynter, Dr. Vigs Chandra, and Casey Spires

Eastern Kentucky University’s Training Resource Center (TRC), in partnership with the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology, recently instituted a specialized co-op program designed to develop the knowledge, skills and abilities of undergraduate students by providing hands-on experience working with everyday technologies in an organizational setting. 

Construction Management Faculty Win EKU Campus Challenge Competition

The winning Campus Challenge team is pictured with judges.

A proposal to involve all Eastern Kentucky University students in public service has captured the top prize in the University’s first Campus Challenge competition.

EKU, ACTC Ink 2 + 2 Agreement in Aviation

ACTC President Kay Adkins and EKU President Michael Benson (Photo courtesy ACTC)

Eastern Kentucky University has cleared another runway for its nationally unique aviation program.

EKU Construction Management Annual Awards Banquet

9th Annual CM banquet and recognition

Eastern hosted the its 9th Annual Construction Management Recognition Banquet on April 23, 2015, to honor outstanding students, as well as those individuals and companies who have demonstrated exemplary service. This year’s reception and dinner was held in Arlington's Mule Barn. EKU President Michael Benson was on hand to greet guests and make opening remarks.

Patrick McCowan named 2015 Distinguished Alum

Patrick McCowan

EKU's Department of Applied Engineering and Technology, along with the School of Applied Arts and Technology, is pleased to announce that Mr. Patrick McCowan has been selected as their departmental distinguished alum for 2015.

Kentucky Aviation Legend to Visit EKU April 17

Col. Arnold "Arnie" Franklin (Ret.)

A former squadron commander of the 493rd Tactical Fighter Squadron of the United States Air Force who helped lead an historic air strike will address Eastern Kentucky University aviation students and others on Friday, April 17.

Faculty-Student Collaboration Published in Visual Communications Journal

Dr. David Dailey, professor of Applied Engineering and Technology, recently collaborated with a CBT graduate student, Lora Hopper, and was hugely successful. 

Aviation Partnerships with Community Colleges Speed Transition to Skies

EKU Aviation Seneca III

Do you want to fly airplanes? Studies suggest almost 500,000 pilots are going to be needed over the next 20 years.

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