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Dustin Ratliff named as Schwendeman Outstanding Senior in Aviation

Dustin Ratliff with First Officer Logan Case from Endeavor Air

Mr. Dustin Ratliff has been named the 2014 Joseph Schwendeman Outstanding Senior in Aviation. He was honored during a presentation on Friday, April 3, 2014, at the annual Aviation program’s College to Careers Conference. This is the first year the award.

Scholar Athlete: Soufiane Bouchikhi

EKU men's cross country team will travel to NCAA Championships for third consecu

Applied Engineering Management major Soufiane Bouchikhi (second from left) a member of the Eastern Kentucky University men’s cross country team that won their first-ever NCAA Southeast Region title. Bouchikhi is a senior at EKU and a native of Antwerp, Belgium.

Dyer Honored by Kentucky Section of American Society of Civil Engineers

Dyer accepts ASCE award

EKU's Dr. Bryan Dyer has received the Distinguished Engineer in Education award from the Kentucky Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

Dyer, an associate professor in the Department of Applied Engineering and Technology, teaches in EKU’s Construction Management Program.

Scholar Athlete: Abbey Cvelbar

Abbey Cvelbar

Applied Engineering Management major Abbey Cvelbar, a member of the Eastern Kentucky University women’s volleyball team, was named a 2012-13 Colonel Scholar recipient. This is the second time Cvelbar has received this academic scholarship. Cvelbar is a junior at EKU and a native of Euclid, Oh.

AET Student Computer Assn Helps with New Habitat ReStore

EKU students help in stall wiring and communication systems

Students from EKU's Applied Engineering and Technology program were among groups that volunteered to help move the Habitat for Humanity ReStore to its new location in Richmond.

Eastern's Student Computer Association students helped with installing the wiring and communication systems at the Habitat ReStore's new location in the Richmond Mall.

EKU Graphic Communications Students Once Again Bring Home the Awards

IGAEA conference banner

Each year the International Graphic Arts Education Association (IGAEA) sponsors a competition among schools and colleges known as the Gutenberg Awards.

Johan Gutenberg revolutionized culture with his invention of movable type moving communication from handwritten manuscripts to multiple reproductions made possible through his type.

Aviation Program Partners with Institute for Aerospace Education

EKU Aviation Fleet

Eastern Kentucky University has partnered with The Institute for Aerospace Education (IAE), a premier consortium of high schools in Kentucky and bordering states that offer students seven different aerospace courses of studies.

Aviation Program Flying Even Higher with Recent Curriculum Changes

EKU Aviation Fleet

Eastern Kentucky University’s Aviation Program is flying even higher today, recently becoming one of the first universities nationally authorized by the Federal Aviation Administration to designate graduates as candidates for the 1,000-hour restricted Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate.

Scholar Athlete: Patrick Ford

Offensive lineman Patrick Ford

Former EKU football player and Construction Management alum Patrick Ford has signed an NFL free agent deal with the new York Jets. Ford was a senior for the EKU football team last fall.

OBAP Visits EKU Aviation - July 23-24

OBAP students fly the ALSIM

EKU Aviation hosted 17 students, parents, and program facilitators from OBAP, for two days of presentations and a campus visit in July. OBAP is the Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals who focuses their greatest emphasis on preparing young people to realize a successful future and highlight the exciting potential available in aviation.

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