The Henry Martin Scholarship, a $500 cash award, was presented to Mr. Tony L. Hoskins at the Eastern Kentucky University Scholars Day Assembly on Friday, April 15, 2016. Hoskins, a senior non-traditional student from Richmond, Ky., majoring in Aerospace Technology and Aviation Professional Flight, was also inducted into the Society at a formal ceremony later that afternoon.
The Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots offers Scholarship Opportunities for aviation students. Scholarship applications for this year's program are now being accepted. Many of these scholarship opportunities will be of interest to students enrolled in the EKU Aviation program. Please consider letting the 99s help you achieve your aviation dreams.
Photo caption - Back left to right: Sam Elliott, Corey Oney, Lucas Chowning, Matthew Jones, Luke Easley, Eric Jameson. Front left to right: Zach Coffaro, Ethan Jones, Stuart Roman, Jeffery Zotter, Douglas Newman.
Professional Flight student, Corey Oney from Olive Hill, Ky. continues to “fly high” even in non-aviation academic pursuits.
According to Assistant Professor of Management, Dr. Qian Xiao, students in her MGT 301-Principles of Management for Non-business Majors were required to prepare a project relevant to business concept creation.
Nelson County High graduate Christopher “Cris” Burgin, a U.S. Army veteran, knew about EKU’s veteran-friendly reputation before enrolling as a full-time student in the Fall of 2012. But he soon realized that the benefits were more than rankings and national recognition.
Eastern Kentucky University again has been recognized nationally for its responsiveness to connecting programs and students with high-demand, high-growth careers in the STEM disciplines of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.