January 21, 2022


homeland security christopher hogan
Christopher Hogan is a student in EKU Online’s homeland security bachelor’s degree program. Christopher is a communications manager at Hackensack Meridian Health in New Jersey. He recently shared his thoughts about his EKU Online experience.
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Fire Graduate Bryan O'Neil
Bryan O’Neil graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a bachelor’s degree in fire protection administration. Bryan is a fire lieutenant for the City of Cambridge in Massachusetts. He completed his bachelor’s degree online and recently shared his thoughts about his EKU Online experience.
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hospitality covid cleaning
Because the hospitality and tourism industry is based on providing intangible products such as services and experiences that require human contact, the pandemic caused travelers to prioritize safety and cleanliness. In response, the industry changed their method of providing such services by focusing on several aspects, one of which is increased attention to cleanliness.
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John T. Strada Communication
A veteran and multiple award-winning EKU instructor for more than 15 years, John Strada believes in accessibility and taking an active part in his student’s educational experience. Strada goes above and beyond to ensure his online students have just as much opportunity to interact and build a relationship with him as their on-campus counterparts. Strada’s...
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social worker with family
The world we live in is diverse. This rich diversity is what allows us to thrive in abundance and become more successful. It is as true in nature as it is in human civilization, diversity increases sustainability. For a society to truly thrive its members need to respect, and acknowledge, diversity for the important contributions...
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instructional designer laptop
Within our eclectic discipline, instructional designers (IDs) use a rather amazing variety of tools to make learning better across many fields and industries. This brief rundown discusses the technologies prospective students can expect to utilize in their careers as instructional designers, especially in organizations that are heavily focused in online or digital learning.
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paralegal professionals at desk
Though showing improvement over the years, diversity and inclusion in the paralegal field are not quite on a level that can be considered a complete success story. While inclusion may be more difficult to measure, it is evident that diversity—in a sense that the field is representative of the greater population—has not been fully achieved.
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sport management soccer
EKU’s 100% online sport management degree program was ranked no. 5 among the top 25 best affordable online parks, recreation, and leisure studies programs by Affordable Schools.
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occupational therapy specialist
For many, the advocacy landing page for informed occupational therapists is the Coalition of Occupational Therapy Advocates for Diversity (COTAD). In 2014, many OTs and several subgroups joined together to form a grassroots coalition that drew off of the “person first” voices and experiences of occupational therapy leaders and members.
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nursing male nurse
The evolution of healthcare has created a greater need for the evolution of nursing practice. The doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree program at EKU prepares nurses to take on these new medical frontiers and challenges through evidence-based practice focused on enhancing the care provided to patients and addressing the health concerns plaguing communities.
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