Dr. Maples' new book on the history of the Red River Gorge climbing community is now available. Rock Climbing in Kentucky's Red River Gorge: An Oral History of Community, Resources, and Tourism recounts five decades of climbing in the Red amid the context of the people and resources right here in EKU's service region.
On Tuesday, October 13, EKU Sociology held its first student conversations event focused on race and policing. This new event series places student questions and reactions at the heart of a robust conversation about social issues happening in our society. Future student conversation events will be announced for the Spring 2021 semester.
Dr. Lisa Day was recently featured in EKU Online's ecast series on Youtube. Dr. Day is chair of Women and Gender Studies and Appalachian Studies. She is also a core part of Team Sociology's new Diversity in Society Certificate.
The Sociology Program would like to congratulate May 2020 graduate Kaleigh Hawthorne. Kaleigh will receive an officer commission at the end of the semester in the U.S. Army. The sociology faculty would like to take this time to congratulate future U.S. Army Officer Kaleigh Hawthorn and her future husband. Post-graduation, Kaleigh will be moving to Ft.