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1 Welcome New Students College of Arts and Sciences

2 Tour of the College

3 The Roark Building

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5 The Dean’s Office The Dean of Arts and Sciences The Associate Deans Academic Administrative Specialists Academic Advisor Support Staff

6 The Dean of Arts and Sciences Dr. John Wade, Interim Dean Ph.D., Purdue University M.S., Purdue University B.A., Washington and Lee University The Dean is the chief academic officer of the College

7 Associate Dean Dr. Tom Otieno Associate Dean for Administrative Affairs and Research

8 Associate Dean Dr. Michael Foster Interim Assistant Dean for Academic & Student Affairs

9 Academic Administrative Specialists Jennifer MillerKatrina Dezarn Biology Earth Sciences Economics English Environmental Studies French Geography Geology General Studies Humanities Mathematics Performing Arts Philosophy Psychology Spanish Statistics Theatre Arts Wildlife Management Anthropology Art/Interior Design Chemistry Computer Science Forensic Science History Music Paralegal Physics Political Science Sociology Social Work

10 Academic Advisors Anthropology, Sociology and Social Work Art and Design Economics English and Theatre Foreign Languages and Humanities Geography Government History Music Philosophy and Religion General Studies Biological Sciences Chemistry Computer Science Earth Science Mathematics and Statistics Physics and Astronomy Psychology Karen Baxley

11 Support Staff Dana Kearns Kathy Daugherty Kelly Powell

12 The Roark Building Academic Departments: Department of Geography and Geology Geography Club (Roark 103)

13 The Cammack Building

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15 The Department of Psychology Student Organizations: Psi Chi (Psychology Honor Society) The EKU Psychology Club

16 The Cammack Building The Psychology Clinic is housed in the Cammack Building, Room 5. It is a training, service, and research facility operated by the Department of Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University. All clinicians have received specialized graduate training and are closely supervised by licensed members of the clinical and school psychology faculty. (859) 622-2356

17 The Cammack Building Services include: individual and group therapy for behavioral, social, and emotional problems individual therapy for school-related problems psychological testing intellectual assessment academic assessment vocational assessment and counseling marital/relationship therapy stress management grief/victim counseling assertiveness training smoking cessation Fees for therapy are set on a sliding scale from $6.00 to $40.00 for each visit. They are based on a person's income, number of dependents, and ability to pay. Fees for assessment services are also based on a sliding scale.

18 The Moore Building

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20 Department of Biological Sciences Department of Chemistry Department of Physics and Astronomy

21 Biology Department Clubs and Organizations: Phi Sigma - Biological Sciences Honor Society The Wildlife Society Biology Club GEMS (Genetics, Evolution and Molecular Sciences discussion group)

22 Chemistry Department Clubs and Organizations: EKU Chemistry Club Forensic Science Club Caduceus Club (For those with a future in Medicine, Dentistry, Optometry, Pharmacy or other professional medical careers)

23 Physics and Astronomy Department Physics Club EKU Chaos Theory Research Group

24 McCreary Hall

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26 Political Associations: EKU Campus Greens Contact: Matthew Winslow College Republicans Contact: Steve Barracca Young Democrats Contact: Gregg Gunderson Other Student Organizations: Mock Trial (Nationally Recognized) Contact: Sara Zeigler Lambda Epsilon Chi (Paralegal Honor Society) Contact: Linda Wimberly Student Paralegal Association Contact: Elaine Tackett Pi Sigma Alpha (Political Science Honor Society) Contact: Gregory.Gunderson Department of Government

27 Beckham Hall

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29 Department of Economics The Economics Tutoring Center is located in Beckham 103 in the main lobby of the building!

30 The Keith Building

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32 Department of Anthropology, Sociology & Social Work Organizations: Students for Social Consciousness The Association of Student Anthropologists Interdisciplinary Minors: Women’s Studies African American Studies Appalachian Studies

33 The Keith Building Department of History Student Organizations: Phi Alpha Theta (History Honor Society) EKU History Club

34 Case Annex

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36 Department of English and Theatre Association of English Majors Sigma Tau Delta (English Honor Society) The EKU Writing Center (Case Annex 173) Each year, The Gifford Theatre (our theatre facility) produces four major mainstage productions—one of which is always a musical. All students are encouraged to participate in the various areas of production, and auditions for all shows are open to anyone.

37 Case Annex Department of Foreign Languages & Humanities Student Organizations: Foreign Language Club (Sponsor: Abbey Poffenberger) Sigma Delta Pi - National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society (Sponsor: Mr. Manuel Cortes-Castaneda) AminEKU - Japanese Anime Fan club (Sponsor: Kari Levin)

38 Case Annex Department of Philosophy and Religion

39 The Wallace Building

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41 Department of Computer Science Department of Mathematics and Statistics Mathematics/Statistics Tutoring Center (Wallace 342) (Open 9 AM-8 PM Monday –Thursday and Friday until 3 PM)

42 The Campbell Building

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44 Department of Art & Design The Fred Parker Giles Gallery Student Organizations: The Art Student Association (Contact: Travis Townsend) American Institute of Graphic Arts (Contact: Ida Kumoji)

45 The Foster Building

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47 Chamber Ensembles Clarinet Choir Guitar Ensemble Percussion Ensemble Sax Ensemble Steel Drum Band Trombone Ensemble Tuba Ensemble Instrumental Ensembles Concert Band Vocal Ensembles Concert Choir Madrigal Singers Opera Workshop Marching Band Orchestra Symphonic Band Wind Ensemble Jazz Ensembles Jazz Combos The Department of Music Student Ensembles (Non Majors may participate):

48 Eastern Kentucky University College of Arts & Sciences Scholarship Opportunities in the Arts, humanities and social sciences Laura Kennamer Scholarships (for Campus Scholars and Study Abroad Scholars) Students eligible for these scholarships must be majoring in Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Government, History, Psychology, Social Work or Sociology and have and maintain at least a 3.25 GPA. Students should have completed between 36 and 90 semester hours. John Long Memorial Endowed Humanities Scholarship Recipients must be enrolled full-time at EKU with a major in English, Foreign Languages, History, Speech Communication or Philosophy; have at least a 3.0 GPA or demonstrate scholarly accomplishments and potential; and must submit an essay on “The Value of the Humanities.” John Long Visual and Performing Arts Scholarship Recipients of the scholarship must be enrolled full-time at EKU with a major in Art, Music or Theatre and must have at least a 3.0 GPA or demonstrate performance accomplishments and potential. Ralph D. Powers Memorial Scholarship This scholarship is for those who intend to pursue some form of professional career in teaching English. Preference will be given, but not limited, to students from Wayne County, KY or any of the Appalachian Counties in the EKU service area. To be considered, applicants must be in good academic standing as a full-time student at EKU, have need for financial assistance, and be a permanent resident of the state of Kentucky.

49 Eastern Kentucky University College of Arts & Sciences Scholarship Opportunities in the sciences Booth Scholarship for Math & Science For full-time students with at least a 3.25 GPA majoring in: Mathematics & Statistics, Chemistry, Biological Sciences, Geology, Physics & Astronomy, or Computer Sciences.(Must be a resident of a county contained within the University’s designated service region.) Madison County Medical Society Scholarship A one thousand dollar scholarship for full-time Juniors and Seniors who have declared a major in Biology or Chemistry with a Pre-Medical emphasis. Student must be a resident of Madison County with a minimum GPA of 3.25. Meredith J. Cox Scholarship Fund For Sophomores or Juniors with at least a 3.0 GPA who have declared a Pre-Medical major.


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