Inside Look

Dr. Kevin Minor Named Foundation Professor

Dr. Kevin Minor, professor in the School of Justice Studies has been named a Foundation Professor at Eastern Kentucky University. The Foundation Professor award recognizes the "creative, self-motivated exemplars of the ideal college professor."

College of Justice & Safety Celebrates Graduates

Four hundred and eighty five graduates of Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety were recognized at commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 14, 2016.

A Driving Passion

A trip to an exotic car show ignited a life-long passion for cars and driving into a seven-year old Sean Denham.  Now, the 25 year-old from Rineyville, KY, is living out his dream through his co-op position at BMW Manufacturing Company in Greer, SC.

College of Justice & Safety Honors Scholars

On Thursday, April 28, Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety (CJ&S) recognized its distinguished faculty members, undergraduate and graduate students for 2016.  Additionally, for the first time, the College honored two faculty members for their notable contributions to student mentoring.

Huang Recognized as an Outstanding EKU Critical Thinking Teacher

Dr. Wanju Huang, of the College of Justice & Safety's Social Intelligence and Leadership Institute, was honored as one of EKU’s 2015-2016 Critical Thinking Teachers of the Year on Thursday, April 21, 2016.  Fourteen recipients were selected from among 140 nominees.  Dr. Huang teaches Applied Critical Thinking and Basic Social Intelligence.

EKU Paramedic Team Saves Life

The message on Brad Harp’s shirt summed up the situation perfectly – “We Got This”. 

Thanks to some quick action and reliance on their education and training, four emergency medical care students and an instructor from Eastern Kentucky University, played an integral role in a life-saving situation.

Online Students On the Frontline

It’s highly unlikely Michael Charles will investigate a fire scene under similar conditions ever again.

The Trinidad native, along with several other students enrolled in EKU’s College of Justice & Safety Fire and Explosion Scene Analysis course, weathered below-freezing temperatures and snow as they poked through the remains of a controlled fire scene.

EKU Fire and Safety Laboratory Expands

A $3.5 million expansion of Eastern Kentucky University’s Ashland, Inc. Fire and Safety Laboratory is now complete. 

College of Justice & Safety Celebrates Graduates

Two hundred and fifty graduates of Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety were recognized at commencement ceremonies on Saturday, December 12, 2015.