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Renowned Scientist to Address "Evolutionary Adaptation"

Dr. Jeremy England standing in front of chalkboard

A renowned scientist who “could be the next Darwin” will speak at Eastern Kentucky University on Thursday, Nov. 17.

Student winners in research presentations at the Kentucky Academy of Sciences meeting

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Two undergraduate students in the Department of Biological Sciences won awards at this year’s annual meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences, with one additional current student as a co-authors. Be sure to congratulate them on a job well done!

Meet Dr. Brad Kraemer, our new cell biologist!

Dr. Brad Kraemer

Dr. Bradley Kraemer comes to the Department of Biological Sciences at EKU from Vanderbilt University. Originally from Hammond, Louisiana, Dr. Kraemer joins the department eager to teach biology courses and to develop his research laboratory. His area of interest is in cellular and molecular neuroscience.

Meet Dr. Cy Mott - our new vertebrate behavioral ecologist

Dr. Cy Mott

Dr. Cy Mott comes to EKU most recently from Valdosta State University in southern Georgia, but he has worked previously in Kentucky as an Assistant Professor at Kentucky Wesleyan College and as a postdoctoral researcher at Murray State University.  Dr.

2016 Library Research Award Winners Announced

Left to right: Betina Gardner, David Aeh, and Shirley Dezarn

EKU Libraries presented the third annual Library Research Award for Undergraduates at the 2016 University Scholars Assembly on April 15. The Award, made possible by the Friends of EKU Libraries, recognizes students whose research makes expert and creative use of library services, resources, and collections to produce a scholarly or creative work.

Chestnut Resurgence Takes Root

chestnut planting photo

With the planting on Friday, April 22, of approximately 1,200 saplings, Eastern Kentucky University joined in a “noble and exciting” effort to restore the American chestnut tree to its past glory.

Student winners in research presentations at the Kentucky Academy of Sciences meeting

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Three undergraduate students in the Department of Biological Sciences won awards at this year’s annual meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences, with an additional three current or former students as co-authors! In addition, one of our graduate students won an award as well. Be sure to congratulate them on a job well done!

Undergraduate students

Outstanding students receive awards at BIOS Honors Day

2015 outstanding student honorees

Several high-achieving students were recently honored with the following awards:

Congratulations to several graduate students for research funding

Graduate students in Richter lab

Congratulations to John Bourne, Kari Dupler, and Audrey McTaggart, who were recently awarded grants to support their Master’s thesis research focused on amphibians in streams and wetlands. John received a $3650 grant from the Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute to support his research of the effects of mountaintop mining on amphibian and macroinvertebrate communities.

Prescribed fire training in action

Becky Bloomfield participates in a prescribed burn at Shaker Village.

Students from the EKU Wildlife Management program recently completed training to work on prescribed fires, and are now volunteering across the state to gain valuable field experience.

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