Emporia State University’s School of Business and Technology is preparing to host several of the nation’s leading cybersecurity experts next week at CyBERCON, an on-campus event that will highlight ESU’s expanding cybersecurity academic programs and the job opportunities for graduates trained in the protection of online data and computer systems.
News in 2023
I hope this message finds you well and in good spirits. The fall semester is off to a great start with students back and signs of progress all over campus including construction on our new Nursing + Student Wellness Center, Cybersecurity Research + Outreach Center, Esports Arena and Feltner Student Union Square.
Hispanic culture is celebrated at Emporia State University with a kickoff event Thursday, Sept. 14. Live music, dancing, food vendors and a jalapeno eating contest are all planned for the evening.
On September 6, Emporia State University Special Collections and Archives will present the exhibit A Journey Toward Freedom: Black Americans and the Great Migration.
The Teachers College at Emporia State University named Dr. Damara Goff Paris the 2023-24 John E. King Endowed Professor.
Emporia State University and the USD 253 Board of Education established a partnership for the 2023-2024 Emporia State University AmeriCorps Host Site with USD 253 Jones Early Childhood Development Center this week.
Fifty high school students from around the state of Kansas attended the first Advanced Kansas Future Teacher Academy (KFTA) on the campus of Emporia State University from July 25-28, 2023.
Emporia State University is excited to announce its newest Friday Nights big event! Join us for “A Night with Josh Peck” at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 8 at in Albert Taylor Hall in Plumb Hall on the ESU campus.
The Emporia State University cheer squad has moved under the umbrella of ESU Athletic Bands in the music program of the School of Visual and Performing Arts. The move puts into one place all aspects of fan spirit experience for athletic competitions.
The Sunderland Foundation of Kansas City has awarded $5 million toward Emporia State University’s new Nursing + Student Wellness building, a project that is focused on meeting the critical needs for nurses in the region and Kansas.