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Aviation Partnerships with Community Colleges Speed Transition to Skies

EKU Aviation Seneca III

Do you want to fly airplanes? Studies suggest almost 500,000 pilots are going to be needed over the next 20 years.

Student Focus: Kyle Nicholas

Kyle Nicholas

Aerospace Management at Eastern Kentucky University has found a true Colonel in Kyle Nicholas!

Nicholas, an upcoming Spring ’15 graduate, not only takes part in this demanding program, but has the privileged honor of being Student President and Student Regent. Naturally, the role comes with its hardships, but Nicholas sees only the positives of the position.

EKU-A Flying High with Help of Berman Gift

Maribeth and Louis Berman

Noting their excitement about “the energy that exists across campus,” Maribeth and Louis Berman, of Louisville, have pledged $1 million to Eastern Kentucky University to support a combination of academic and student-focused initiatives.

Creekmore Awarded $2,000 AAAE Scholarship


Eastern Kentucky University’s College of Business and Technology congratulates student Reece Creekmore as one this year's AAAE scholarship recipients.

Aviation Program Flying High across Kentucky

Pres Benson (r) with Ashland Community & Technical College President/CEO Adkins

Eastern Kentucky University’s aviation program continues to write its name in the skies above the Commonwealth.

On Jan. 28, University officials met with representatives of Ashland Community and Technical College (ACTC) to discuss a 2+2 partnership to offer ACTC students a degree in aviation through EKU’s highly accredited program.

Something is in the air in Eastern Kentucky

EKU Aviation Fleet

Think of Kentucky’s economy and what comes to mind: bourbon, tobacco, coal, thoroughbreds, auto manufacturing? All of those industries are important to the Commonwealth, but they’re only a part of the story.

Aviation agreement signed between UCM Partners – EKU and HCTC

F: Erekson, Greiner, Benson, Ross; B: Mobelini, Collins, Gibbs, Robinson, Collin

Evelyn Wood, HCTC Director of Public Relations

Colgan Air Accident-Driven Changes to Part 121 Flight Operations: It is Time for Phase Two (Editorial)

EKU Aviation Fleet

In this edition of the International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace, EKU Aviation Director D. Ralph Gibbs shares his thoughts supporting a 250 hour reduction, from 1000 hours to 750 hours, for EKU proflight graduates.

Ground broken for airport expansion

Officials turning ceremonial spaces of earth Tuesday at Madison Airport

By Bonnie Dailey / Register News Writer

The first phase of $1.4 million in improvements at Madison Airport began Tuesday afternoon with a ceremonial groundbreaking.

EKU Aviation Program to be offered at Southeast in Middlesboro

EKU and SKCTC representatives pose with the EKU twin engine Seneca

Chris Jones, SKCTC Director of Public Relations

Students from Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College will soon enjoy the opportunity to take flight and soar…

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