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  • Arts & Sciences Opens New Mechatronics Laboratory
    The new mechatronics lab at NKU opened in the spring of 2019 with a generous donation of equipment from Rockwell Automation and CBT Company. The mechatronics major will perpare workers in high-tech manufacturing, filling a much needed gap in the region.

 

  • Fall 2019 Honors Lists
    Northern Kentucky University and the College of Arts & Sciences would like to recognize and thank all students who have achieved an outstanding grade point average for the Fall 2019 semester.

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From NKU Magazine


  • Into the Fire

    Into the Fire

    “Do you want to go to Africa?” When first he heard the question, Dave Moore, who had recently accepted the position of fire chief in Cincinnati’s Glendale Fire Department, didn’t know everything he understood about fighting fires was about to change.


  • Improv is Life

    Improv is Life

    They say that laughter is the best medicine, but is this really true? Elizabeth “E.B.” Byland thinks so—and she’s sharing her own love of humor with people she believes could use an extra chuckle or two.


  • The Show Must Go On

    The Show Must Go On

    What does it take to be a star of the theater? Most would say a place center stage in the main role of a play or musical or, at the very least, a part significant enough to earn a listing in a production’s “Playbill.” Northern Kentucky University alumnus Marty Boyer (‘99) isn’t trying to get his name on a theater marquee, but the work he does for local productions is very much a star turn. Which is how he likes it—he wants to craft the main story from behind the scenes.


  • First Step to the Olympics

    First Step to the Olympics

    When Clara Fightmaster was a teenager, she approached a milestone all 16 year olds spend a lifetime waiting for: getting a driver’s license. But when she took the vision screening, she couldn’t see anything in her peripherals. After a frantic visit to her optometrist, Clara was faced with a life-altering diagnosis: retinitis pigmentosa.