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The Presidential Installation Committee is pleased to announce that the date for the installation of EKU’s 14th President is finally set. While still in the planning phases, we can announce that Friday, April 29, 2022, will be the official date of the Installation Ceremony for Dr. David T. McFaddin. Please mark your calendars. Additional information will be forthcoming. We look forward to having you celebrate with us.

Event Date: April 29; 


The Student Recreation Center will be operating on modified hours on Monday, January 17. Facility hours are below:

Student Recreation Center: 1 p.m. - 11 p.m.
Climbing Center: 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Aquatic Center: 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.
eSports Lounge: Closed

Spring Semester hours will begin on Tuesday, January 18.

Event Date: January 17; 
Location: Student Recreation Center

Contact Information: Ryan Fisher, 859-622-1183
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The Kentucky Center for Veterans Studies Service to Service podcast will help you understand veterans, one story at a time. Sam sits down with Dr. Scott Parrott, head of the University of Alabama Veterans and Media Lab. His research examines portrayals of veterans in the media and how they shape outside perceptions of topics such as veteran mental health. Sam and Dr. Parrott discuss things that media and pop culture commonly get wrong, how inaccurate portrayals of veterans influence society, and how past and future research conducted through the Veterans and Media Lab can help us think about these issues in new ways.

Subscribe on iTunes: https://lnkd.in/ewYMsTu

Listen on the EKU website: https://lnkd.in/eA__YFi

Learn more about Veterans Studies at EKU: https://www.eku.edu/kcvs/


Contact Information: Samuel Lewis, 859-622-3459
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One of the most common struggles for faculty members is how to keep students attending class and remaining engaged. With students being pulled in so many directions, attendance can suffer, which may negatively affect learning and success. In this session, faculty panelists will share practices that have helped them overcome this challenge. Participants will also receive a video with additional tips. Start your week off with this lunchtime panel and leave with some new strategies to enhance attendance and participation.

Click "More on This Announcement" to register for this session and access the Zoom link.

Event Date: January 31; 12:20 p.m. - 1:10 p.m.
Location: Faculty Center for Teaching & Learning (Crabbe Library 318) and online via Zoom