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International Enviromental Service Learning, Destination Costa Rica

A graduate credit class for formal K-12 educators and administrators, non-formal environmental educators and University faculty and staff, which includes 9 days in Costa Rica working with leatherback turtles and local schools.  For more information...

Leadership Spotlight

Dr. David Brown, assistant professor in biological sciences, was featured in the most recent issue of  EKU Update's "Power of Maroon: Leadership Spotlight". For the complete article...

Earth Force Workshop's Action Project

Teachers whom participated in the Earth Force Service Learning Workshop ( August 23 & 24, 2012) lead by William Bennett and Dr. Melinda Wilder learned first hand about developing an action project.  To learn more about the project, read the full story

Restoring Natural Habitat at EKU

A piece of land on the far end of Eastern Kentucky University’s Richmond campus may become a new home for native plants and animals. It’s becoming an outdoor classroom for EKU students….It’s a beaten down grassy path which winds behind EKU’s law enforcement complex and onto the Taylor Fork Ecological Project site...

Costa Rica Service Learning Course Project

The Costa Rica Environmental Service Learning Course completed their Earth Force Service Learning workshop at Maywoods Environmental and Educational Laboratory on April 28.  By completing the six steps outlined in the Earth Force Service Learning process, these graduate students planned and implemented a service project relatee to energy conservation within a day's time.  Their st

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