Inside Look

9 Students Earn Distance Education Scholarships

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Nine students in Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Justice & Safety have each been awarded $1,000 Distance Education Scholarships to use towar

Safety City in Lexington Teaches Young Kids Street Smarts

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LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - About 8,000 kids die of accidental deaths every year in the U.S.

Colonels Remember 9/11

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It's been 17 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks changed the course of American history, but Eastern Kentucky University remembers.

Kentucky Center for School Safety Called Upon to Assist Marshall School District

Jon Akers, Executive Director for the Kentucky Center for School Safety was recently called upon by the Marshall County School District to share his expertise and assist in recovery from the recent shooting at Marshall County High School.  He is currently in direct contact with the Governors Office as well as the Marshall County School District to pool resources and provide assistance and

Department of Paramedicine Program Chair Receives National Award

Nancye Davis

The National Association of EMS Educators has named Nancye Davis as their 2017 Unsung Hero Award Winner. Davis has spent more than 30 years in the field of emergency medicine and over 20 of those years as a faculty member and program director of the Department of Paramedicine at Eastern Kentucky University.

Dr. Judah Schept Speaks at Princeton University Prison Education and Reform Conference

Judah Schept

Judah Schept, Associate Professor of Justice Studies at EKU, recently travelled to Princeton University to deliver an invited lecture at a conference entitled “Toward Abolition: Dismantling the Carceral State.” Princeton Students for Prison Education and Reform (SPEAR), which had organized the conference, asked Schept to offer the morning plenary address

Dr. Allen Ault Featured in Time.com Article

Allen Ault

Dr. Allen Ault, now retired Dean of the College of Justice and Safety, recently penned an article on TIME.com asking Arkansas state officials to halt their planned executions of eight death-row prisoners.  Dr.

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

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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.