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Dr. Jeffrey Howard, Acting Commissioner, Kentucky Department for Public Health, spoke to EKU Public Health students and faculty on Friday, April 27th.

Howard speaker

Acting Commissioner Dr. Jeffrey Howard, Kentucky Department for Public Health spoke with EKU Public Health students on Friday, April 27th.

KPHA 2018

KPHA 2018

We are proud of our MPH students who presented their research posters at Kentucky Public Health Association Conference April 26th in Covington, KY.

2018 Clark-Moores Health Fair by HEA 290 Class

HEA 290 Class

HEA 290 Health Fair at Clark-Moore’s Middle School. They are educating the young minds of our community.

2018 Critical Thinking Award

Critical Thinking

The EKU Critical Reading and Critical Thinking Teaching Awards for 2017-2018 were presented on Monday, April 9th. Lonnie Reppert was an award winner in the Critical Reading Teaching Award category. Congratulations to Lonnie Reppert!

Lonnie Reppert to be one of 17 given the 2018 Critical Reading & Thinking Award


On April 9 at 5:00 PM EKU will be honoring 17 instructors with the 2018 Critical Reading and Critical Thinking Teaching Awards. These awards are student nominated and recognize the focus of EKU’s Quality Enhancement Plan, Read with Purpose, which seeks to develop critical readers across all disciplines and all levels of our curriculum.

2018 EKU Health Fair


Our Public Health at the 2018 EKU Health Fair running the Zika booth.

HEA 290 2017

HEA 290 Class

HEA 290 Students at Clark-Moores Middle School Health Fair.  Applying skills learned in class. 

APHA 2017


Dr. Schwartz presenting at American Public Health Association Meeting in Atlanta. Sharing info on our student engagement.

Latino Health Fair 2017

Latino 2017

Our Eta Sigma Gamma students participated in the 2017 Latino Health Fair yesterday in Lexington by providing education, outreach, and screening.  Thank you Dr. McKinney and to all of our students that participated.

Welcome our New Assistant Professor to HSA


The Department of Health Promotion and Administration is pleased to welcome Jessica Price as a new assistant professor. She will be teaching classes in the Health Services Administration program.

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