One hundred and eighty-two students have been selected to attend 2016 Rogers Explorers summer youth leadership program Rogers Explorers are creative thinkers, career builders, and future leaders of Southern and Eastern Kentucky. This summer, 182 students —the largest class ever—will converge on the campuses of six Kentucky colleges and universities for The Center for Rural […]
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Sixty incoming high school freshmen from Southern and Eastern Kentucky have been at Eastern Kentucky University and Morehead State University this week for the final two summer sessions of the 2013 Rogers Explorers program.
Rogers Explorers donned safety goggles and got down to work in the science lab at the University of the Cumberlands last week. Explorers completed a science project and later participated in a videoconference with NASA officials. The second session of the 2013 Rogers Explorers program on the campus of the University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg ended on Friday. […]
Rogers Explorers graduate Mallory Allen of Whitley County was undecided about her future career goals until she spent some time this week in a science lab on the campus of Lindsey Wilson College.
Rogers Explorers on the campus of Lindsey Wilson College are already making a difference in their lives and the community of Adair County.
An online news article posted by The Huffington Post this week draws attention to the lifelong value education in the STEM majors—that’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics—has on the earning potential of a college graduate.
Graduates of The Center for Rural Development’s Rogers Scholars, Rogers Explorers, and Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute (ELI) summer youth leadership programs are invited to join their friends for a day of fun, food, and football on Saturday, Sept. 29, at the 2012 Youth Programs Reunion.
Paintsville Junior High School student Matt Daniel knew he wanted to pursue a career in healthcare.
Rogers Explorer Kara Beth Williams of Beattyville couldn’t believe she was talking to a real-life astronaut.
Thirty students—all rising ninth-graders from across Southern and Eastern Kentucky—put their math, science, and technology skills to work this summer on the campus of the University of the Cumberlands (UC).