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Hiring for Part-Time Japanese Instructor for 2021-2022

Seeking Part-Time Japanese Instructor

LCUH is accepting applications for Part-Time Japanese Instructor for the 2021-2022 academic year.  We are seeking candidates for 1 part-time position to teach 1 to 3 Japanese language and/or culture courses on a semester-by-semester basis as determined by enrollment availabi

Juntos @ EKU: Career Readiness - Resume for the Humanities & Handshake

Juntos @ EKU: Career Readiness

Here is the recording from last week’s workshop on résumé and the Handshake App.

LCUH offers Gen. Ed. 3B & 6 classes this Summer

LCUH Summer 2021 Classes

Want to finish those General Education Elements 3B & 6 requirements this year?

LCUH Summer online classes start May 17th

Zaragoza Named EKU Fellow

Zaragoza Named EKU Fellow

Eastern Kentucky University professor, Dr. Socorro Zaragoza, has been named an EKU Fellow by President Dr. David McFaddin. 

Zaragoza has been at EKU for more than 10 years and is no stranger to diversity initiatives. 

Japanese Studies courses serve up General Education credits

JPN class offerings Spring 2021

This Spring 2021, get your General Education credits with a splash of soy sauce and some wasabi by taking JPN 101/102 and/or FCC 210, including a new section of JPN 101 completely online!


EKU Chapter of Sigma Delta Pi National Honor Society to Initiate 2020 class of Spanish majors

Sigma Delta Pi Initiation ceremony Nov. 19th

The Eta Mu chapter of the Sigma Delta Pi National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society will initiate it's 2020 class of Spanish majors on November 19th via their 1st virtual ceremony since it's beginning in 1973 on EKU's campus.  Proudly boosting over 250 members, SDP's purpose is to honor those who attain excellence in the study of the Spanish language and the literature

EKU Spanish/Anthropology Graduate Riley Colson bridges languages & cultures in Dry Ridge

Riley Colson

Hola! I hope this message finds you well. I am writing to give you a little life update. I thought I would write because my Anthropology and Spanish degrees from EKU make so much sense now and I wanted to share.

Jeniffer Paxtle Granjeno exemplifies the persona of Diversity Scholar

Jeniffer Paxtle Granjeno

Jeniffer Paxtle Granjeno grew up in Hidalgo Mexico and immigrated with her family to Kentucky in 2009. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University in 2018 as a first-generation student. She earned her BA in Spanish with a minor in Mathematics.

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