Several Union College athletic programs will be running annual summer camps on campus over the next few months, as the Bulldog Baseball and both the Women's and Men's Basketball teams will host campers.
Union College will host the Richland Institute, a three-day professional learning workshop for educators, and the Kids College Art Camp on June 16-18.
Katie Egging, Assistant Professor of English at Union College, has been selected to present a paper at the American Literature Association in Washington, D.C.
Hannah Griffin, who served this past season as the Interim Head Coach of the Bulldog Softball program, has been promoted to the full-time head coaching position.
Union College will host the Roundtable for the Food Economy of Eastern Kentucky on Friday, May 23.
Union Director of Sports Communications John Gatto is the 2013-14 Appalachian Athletic Conference Willie Belcher Sports Information Director of the Year recipient.
Union College announced changes in the communications department with Jay Stancil taking over as the Director of Campus Communications and John Gatto becoming the Director of Sports Communications.
The Union College Chapter of Psi Chi inducted eight new members at its annual induction ceremony at the Kenneth L. and Sarah K. Ramsey Center for Health and Natural Sciences on April 25.
Union College will honor this year’s graduating class with two events in May: a Baccalaureate service on May 9, and its annual Commencement ceremony on May 10.
Jimmy Dean Smith to attend National Endowment for the Humanities summer seminar.
Union College partners with Lend-A-Hand Center’s Grow Appalachia Program and others to launch a community garden project on campus
Thirty-two students honored for high achievement in business, literature, accounting, science, history, computers and other areas at annual honors day awards.
Union College Director of Athletics Tim Curry announced the hiring of Zak Willis as Union College’s new head football coach on Thursday, becoming the 11th person to hold the post in program history.
Horse racing legends Ken and Sarah K. Ramsey and Nobel Laureate Phillip Sharp, Ph.D to be honored at naming and dedication ceremony for Center for Health and Natural Sciences April 22.
For the third year in a row, the Barbourville, Ky., college beats out other Eastern Kentucky schools to collect the most food during the annual Kentucky Harvest Southeast competition
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