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Greg Gorbett, associate professor in the Department of Fire Protection and Paramedicine Sciences at Eastern Kentucky University, traveled recently to South Korea to give a presentation on the use of computer fire modeling.

Criminal Justice graduate student addresses eku commencement News

Jamie Stout EKU Commencement

Criminal Justice graduate Jami Stout, of Coal Grove, Ohio gives the student address for the December 14,  2013Eastern Kentucky University morning commencement ceremony.


Fire Science Online Identifies EKU Among Most Affordable Homeland Security Bachelor's Degrees in the Nation

Fire Science Online – the premier source of fire science and other first response education information – has listed Eastern Kentucky University's College of Justice & Safety as one of the most affordable homeland security bachelor’s degrees in the country.

College of Justice & Safety video reveals "A Program of Distinction"

College of Justice & Safety "A Program of Distinction"

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QEP Spotlight: Joshua Reichert

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This is another in a series of interviews with staff, faculty and administrators across campus promoting the goals of EKU’s Quality Enhancement Plan.

Criminal Justice Program Continues Expansion

CJS Students

Eastern Kentucky University’s top-ranked Criminal Justice program made history as the first EKU program to be offered completely on-site and out of state.

Student Summer Spotlight

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Name: Macey Hall 
Hometown: Middlesboro, KY
Major: M.S. in Criminology & Criminal Justice 

Student Summer Spotlight

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Name: Jean Bonel Dumay
Hometown: Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Major: Criminal Justice with a French Certificate

Dean Ault Interview to Air on BBC

Dean Allen Ault Eastern Kentucky University

College of Justice & Safety Dean Allen Ault was interviewed recently by the British Broadcasting Corporation’s HARDtalk’s Stephen Sackur about his experiences with capital punishment during his time as commissioner of state Departments of Corrections in Georgia, Colorado and Mississippi and as a warden of a maximum-security prison.