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Katherine Tellez
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EC enrollment up; more students living on campus

  Eureka College is expecting more students when classes begin Aug. 26. Enrollment will be approximately 695, an increase from 664 last fall. The all-time high was 782 in 2010. The number of new students will be higher, reflecting a 20 percent increase in transfer students and a 2 percent…

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EC professor elected MBAA International Program Chair

Eureka College associate professor of business administration Harry Fisher recently was elected the 2016 MBAA International Program Chair at MBAA's 52nd annual conference at the Palmer House Hotel in Chicago. The election marks a commitment by Fisher to plan and develop the 2016 program in coordination with the 11 disciplinary…

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EC gets green honor

  Sanders Hall is first Woodford County building to earn environmentally friendly status. A week before Sanders Hall’s first anniversary, Eureka College announced the building has earned green status. The four-story, 17,270-square-foot facility that houses science labs and classrooms for a variety of courses was awarded Leadership in Energy and…

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EC banners honor alumni for diverse achievements

  There are some new faces around Eureka College these days reflecting the institution's storied past. The faces appear on maroon banners depicting 20 prominent alumni from the college's 160-year history. The banners hang from lampposts dotting the campus. College officials selected certain alumni from throughout the decades, but, "The…

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EC professor at forensic academy

Eureka College assistant professor of criminal justice William Lally is attending a three-week course at the National Forensic Academy at the Law Enforcement Innovation Center at the University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge, through July. The program funded by the U.S. Department of Justice trains law enforcement agents in evidence identification,…

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