WKU President Gary Ransdell conducted a forum on budget issues for faculty and staff on April 7. Below are links to the forum. If you are on the WKU network, click here. If you are on the Internet, click here.
WKU civil engineering students won several first-place awards last weekend during the 2009 ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) Ohio Valley Student Conference. The WKU surveying team of Ben Monarch of Bowling Green, Clint Ervin of Greensburg and Jenny R. Fairchild of Cromwell placed first in overall performance, first in stake out and second in […]
WKU’s Office of Cohort Programs is partnering with Simpson County Adult Education, Bowling Green Community College, and WKU R.E.A.L to offer four weeks of Higher Education Opportunity Workshops (HOW) for adult learners in the Franklin area who are interested in attending college. The workshops will be held at 5 p.m. on May 7, 14, 21 […]
Members of the WKU chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) traveled to Goodlettsville, Tenn., on April 2 where they toured Dollar General headquarters. Following the tour, IABC Nashville hosted a career panel for WKU, Middle Tennessee State University and Austin Peay State University students at Amerigo’s restaurant on West End Avenue. Guest […]
WKU’s Office of Study Abroad & Global Learning welcomes the first Study Abroad Ambassadors. Savannah Pennington is a sophomore with a double major in Broadcast Journalism and Theatre. As a member of WKU’s Honors College, Pennington strives to maintain her GPA while pursuing her other goals. A native of Madisonville, she is passionate about study […]
Nominees are being sought for the annual President’s Award for Diversity at WKU. The President’s Award for Diversity recognizes and rewards a WKU student, employee, and a member of the community for contributing exemplary leadership and achievement in advancing diversity at WKU or communities served by WKU. The deadline for nominations is April 27. The […]