Inside Look

EKU Online Student Goes From GED to Bachelor’s in Psychology

Image Smiling Man in Suit Psychology Graduate Jason Tate

“I chose EKU because I am a unique student with unique needs, and EKU provides an avenue for students like me to succeed,” said EKU Online Psychology student Jason Tate.

Psychology Graduate Shows Sons That Quitting is not an Option

Image Smiling Woman Student Chenelle Duncan

When Chenelle Duncan receives her diploma, there will be two rambunctious little boys in the audience – Jayden, 8, and his brother, Jordan, 3.

The Importance of Studying a Work-Life Balance

By: Jaime B. Henning, Ph.D., EKU Department of Psychology professor and Yoshie Nakai, Ph.D., EKU Department of Psychology associate professor

For most of us in the U.S., a large part of who we are is defined by what we do. On average we spend over a third of our day working – often brining work home in the evenings or on weekends. 

EKU Online Psychology Professor Receives Prestigious Acorn Award

Dr. Matt Winslow

For Dr. Matt Winslow, being a great educator is more than just giving his students information. It’s about teaching them how to think.

Read a book to become more empathic?

By: Matthew Winslow, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology for EKU Online

Trump’s Psychology: Blame it on the Locker Room

By: Matthew Winslow, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology for EKU Online

EKU Online Psychology Program Ranked Among 2017 Most Affordable Forensic Psychology Degrees

EKU’s online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - Forensic Psychology Concentration has been ranked among the most affordable in the OnlineU - SR Education Group’s 2017 Most Affordable Forensic Psychology Degree Program rankings.

Who is fighting California fires? Creating a sense of purpose for prison inmates

By: Richard Osbaldiston, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Psychology for EKU Online

In recent years, the number and intensity of California wildfires has grown.  The price tag on just one fire last September was over $1 billion in losses.