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Brain Food for Finals at EKU Libraries

Monday, Dec 11, 8 pm
Main Lobby, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

Munch on pretzels, gummy bears, and more while you study in the Main Library. Available while supplies last. 

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Cookies and Cocoa at EKU Libraries

Thursday, Dec 7, 6 pm
Main Lobby, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

While you study in the Main Library, warm up with free cookies and cocoa served to you by Friends of EKU Libraries.

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Speaking from the Margins: First Generation College Students

Wednesday, Nov 29, 5 pm
Dick Mayo Allen Auditorium 108, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

EKU Libraries are pleased to announce the first in a new series of community forums, Speaking From the Margins. This series will highlight diverse voices and issues across campus in a safe environment. Our first panel, focusing on the successes and challenges of first generation students, will include current students, alumni, staff, and faculty who were the first in their families to attend college and will be moderated by Trenia Napier, Associate Director for Programs and Outreach at the...

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Veteran's Day Memorial Service

Saturday, Nov 11, 10 am
Memorial Plaza

The annual memorial service will all serve as the dedication ceremony for a new bronze Soldier’s Cross statue created by Atlanta sculpture and former Marine, Allen Ferg. Join us as we remember those who gave all in service to the nation. Donations to the Veterans Memorial Fund are accepted.

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National Roll Call 2017

Friday, Nov 10, 6 am
Powell Plaza

The Office of Military & Veteran Affairs would like to invite all students, faculty, staff, and community to attend the National Roll Call Reading of Names and the 2017 Veterans Day Ceremony on Friday, November 10.

National Roll Call will take place from 6:00 am - 1:30 pm in Powell Plaza in front of the Veterans Memorial, where we will read aloud the names of our fallen heroes. For more information, visit: http://va.eku.edu/events/national-roll-call-2017-volunteer-read

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CBT Distinguished Speaker Public Address

Monday, Nov 13, 9 am
Business & Technology Center, Rogow Auditorium

This fall's CBT Distinguished Speaker is Mr. William P. “Bill” Reddick, EKU alum and co-manager of Reddick & Murphy Consulting. He will visit the EKU campus on Monday, November 13, 2017, to speak with College faculty, staff and students. Bill is a finance professional with a strong analytical skill set and extensive experience in equity research, private investing and company formation. Students, faculty and staff are invited to the Public Address from 9:05 to 9:55 in the BTC Rogow...

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EKU Libraries Halloween Costume Showdown 2017

Tuesday, Oct 31, 8 am
Noel Reading Porch entrance, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

Stop by the Main Library in your Halloween costume; we'll take your picture and let our Facebook followers determine the winners! Prizes will be given for Best Faculty/Staff Individual Costume, Best Student Individual Costume, and Group Costume.   

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Latino Heritage Month: Latino Street Fair

Wednesday, Oct 4, 10 am
Powell Corner
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Chautauqua Lectures: Julissa Arce, Political Commentator and Author

Thursday, Sep 28, 7:30 pm
O'Donnell Hall, Whitlock Building

Julissa Arce, political commentator, author and former vice president at Goldman Sachs, garnered international media attention last year when she revealed that she had achieved her status and wealth as an undocumented immigrant. Arce will share her story and her vision in a Hispanic Heritage Keynote lecture, “An American DREAMer: From Undocumented to Wall Street to Immigration Advocacy,” Tonight, Thurs. Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in O'Donnell Hall. In addition to publishing a bestselling...

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Archives After Dark: Application Deadline

Thursday, Nov 9, 12 pm

Spend a night with EKU Special Collections and Archives and the Noel Studio for Academic Creativity. Develop, write, and polish a creative work based on a historical item.  You'll receive one-on-one help, plus free food and coffee to keep you energized.  The resulting products will be published.  Space is limited to 20 students.  Apply today! 

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Homecoming Live @ Your Library: Silas House

Saturday, Oct 21, 11:30 am
Grand Reading Room, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

Join EKU Libraries as Silas House shares about his EKU experience, love of libraries, and his upcoming novel Southernmost.  Books will be available for purchase.  Refreshments will be provided.

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Pop Up Library

Friday, Oct 13, 11 am
Powell Corner

EKU Libraries will be bringing the library out of the building and we’ll have some of our best popular books and movies with us for you to check out before fall break. 

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CityFest

Thursday, Sep 21, 5 pm
Keen Johnson Plaza

Over the past  fourteen years this event has provided businesses the opportunity to market their products and/or services to EKU students, faculty, staff AND the entire community. City Fest is the only time businesses are given the opportunity to directly market to students on EKU's campus. Hosted by Richmond Chamber of Commerce and EKU Conferencing and Events, City Fest takes place in the heart of EKU's campus, Powell Plaza from 5:00pm -7:30pm. If you have been involved in City Fest in...

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Long Night Against Procrastination

Tuesday, Oct 3, 9 pm
Main Lobby, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

Defeat procrastination with late night research help from librarians; written and oral communication assistance from Noel Studio for Academic Creativity consultants; and homework help from EKU Gurus. While you're here, enjoy coffee and a snack break. Come and go as you please. 

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EKU Libraries: Annual Faculty Breakfast

Tuesday, Oct 3, 8:30 am
Cul-de-sac, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

Faculty are invited to the Main Library to explore library resources and services designed to help you and your students, visit with your librarians and colleagues, and enjoy breakfast. Come and go as your schedule allows.

 

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Live @ Your Library: Dr. William E. Ellis

Tuesday, Oct 24, 4:30 pm
Classroom 204D, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

Join Dr. William E. Ellis for a presentation of his newest publication, Irvin S. Cobb: The Rise and Fall of an American Humorist, in celebration of American Archives Month.  Visit EKU Libraries on Facebook to learn more. 

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Pop Up Library

Friday, Sep 1, 11 am
Powell Corner

EKU Libraries will be bringing the library out of the building and we’ll have some of our best popular books and movies with us for you to check out.   

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Live @ Your Library: Richard H. Underwood

Friday, Sep 29, 7 pm
Grand Reading Room, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

Richard H. Underwood, American legal scholar and legal nonfiction and true crime writer, will present his book, Crimesong: True Crime Stories from Southern Murder Ballads.  Visit EKU Libraries on Facebook for details. 

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Art & Design Faculty Biennial Exhibition Reception

Thursday, Aug 31, 5 pm
Giles Gallery, Campbell Building

There will be an opening reception for the 2017 Faculty Biennial, Department of Art & Design on Thursday evening Aug. 31 from 5-7 p.m. Works by Julie Buckram, David Bogus, Herb Goodman, Carroll Hale, Ida Kumoji-Ankrah, Shannon McCarthy, David Mohallatee, Isaac Powell, Esther E. Randall, Ilona Szekely, Felicia Szorad, Travis Townsend, and Melissa Vandenberg will be featured. The exhibition opens on Aug. 28 and runs through Sept. 14. Check the art department webpage for gallery time.

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Crossing Thresholds to Facilitate Deep Learning: Partnerships in Information Literacy

Thursday, Aug 31, 2 pm
Cul-de-sac, John Grant Crabbe Main Library

Faculty are invited to enroll in a Fall 2017 Professional Learning Community on collaborating with librarians to develop students’ research and information literacy skills within the context of a particular discipline using ACRL’s new Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Participants will work with librarians to redesign an existing (or create a new) assignment, lesson plan, or learning experience to reflect best practices in information literacy pedagogy and produce...

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Relaxation and Meditation Group

Thursday, Dec 14, 3 pm
Whitlock Building, Room 568

Open to all students, faculty and staff. Experience various types of relaxation and meditation techniques to help calm and relax the mind. No experience necessary.  Yoga mats, pillows, and blankets are provided. To join, come to Whitlock, Room 568 at least 5 minutes prior to start time.  No appointment required. (Please wear comfortable clothing).

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Big E Welcome

Sunday, Aug 20, 8 am

Detailed schedule and more information at http://firstyear.eku.edu/big-e-welcome-schedule

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Farmers Market

Thursday, Aug 17, 10 am
Alumni Coliseum Parking Lot

The Madison County Farmers Market is open 10-1 every Thursday this summer in the Alumni Coliseum Parking Lot. 

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College of Business & Technology Commencement

Friday, May 12, 6:30 pm
Alumni Coliseum

Watch here:

http://video.eku.edu/spring-2017-college-business-technology-commencement

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College of Education Commencement

Saturday, May 13, 2 pm
Alumni Coliseum

Watch here:

http://video.eku.edu/spring-2017-college-education-and-college-science-commencement

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