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Military & Veterans Affairs

EKU Military & Veterans Affairs

Fill the Truck for EKU Students!

 
Military & Veterans Affairs is parking a white, four-door Ford F-150 of the Burnam House again for the 3rd Annual Hunger Awareness Food Drive.  Community members can easily drop off food and toiletry donations to benefit Colonel's Cupboard.
 
Help fill the white truck Nov 13-17, (Mon-Fri), 8am-6pm on Lancaster Avenue in front of Burnam House. 
 

November is Hunger Awareness Month

EKU Diversity Office
  • 1 in 6 EKU students experience food insecurity during the first semester on campus;
  • 21% of EKU students might need food assistance at some point during their college experience;
  • 10% of EKU students could benefit from regular food pantry assistance.

How can you help ?

  • Place a donation box at your office - volunteers will pick it up for you!
  • Donate canned & dry foods, toiletry items, paper plates/bowls, and utensils.
  • Create a challenge within your group/department.

Survive & Advance

EKU Diversity Office

EKU Center for Student Accessibility Presents:

Survive & Advance: Accessibility and Athletics

Oct 24 | 9am | Whitlock Auditorium

Click here for full program

For more information contact: Ashley.Oliver@eku.edu

RACE and DISABILITY

EKU Diversity Office

DOUBLE CONSCIOUSNESS: the intersection between RACE and DISABILITY

 by Ashley Oliver, JD

          Oct 19 | 1pm | Whitlock 549

Center for Student Accessibility

EKU Center for Student Accessibility Recognized by HEED

EKU Diversity Office

EKU's Center for Student Accessibility recognized by Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED!  In the Center for Student Accessibility (CSA) students with disabilities can find both the encouragement and support they need to not only successfully enroll in college, but also persist and graduate.

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EKU Diversity Mini-Grant 2017-18

EKU Diversity Office

Eastern Kentucky University (EKU) is committed to creating and improving efforts to make our campus a more diverse and inclusive community. To support these efforts, the Office of the Vice Provost for Diversity and Chief Diversity Officer, is soliciting proposals for the implementation of research and scholarly initiatives that address diversity and inclusive excellence on our campus.

The purpose of the EKU Diversity Mini-Grant Program is to:

Diversity Scholars 2017-18

EKU Diversity Office

The Diversity Office is proud to announce their Diversity Scholars for 2017-18

Tiana Caudill

Rebecca Coleman

Latrell Floyd

Victoria "Raven" Garcia

Dylan Hanshaw

Dakota Himes

Liubitza Mendoza Aguazul

London Nelson

Ivan Oliva

Jeniffer Paxtle-Granieno

Diamond Richards

College of Science Celebration

EKU College of Science

Celebrating the New Science Building

The College of Science celebrates their new building during Celebration of Science and Mathematics Week, Sept 11-15.

Visit their website for more information

Dr. Roger Cleveland Among Keynote Speakers

Inclusive Excellence Training

Dr. Roger Cleveland, EKU Diversity Office's Inclusive Excellence Trainer, was amoung the keynote speakers at the Governor's Early Childhood Conference on Friday, June 30.

Deaf Senior Finds New Path, Fresh Hope

After working with IBM in Poughkeepsie, New York, Timothy Mackey's began his new career path at EKU.  In the fall of 2015 Timothy began his path to become an ASL teacher.

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