Archive | April 8, 2010

WKU wins Hearst photojournalism competition for 18th time in 21 years

For the 18th time in the past 21 years, WKU has won the Intercollegiate Photojournalism Competition in the Hearst Journalism Awards Program. WKU students Joy Lewis and Lance Booth finished first and second in the Picture Story/Series–Multimedia Competition, the third and final photojournalism competition of the academic year. WKU had two top-five finishers in each […]

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Art student exhibition April 16-May 15

The WKU Department of Art and the WKU Libraries will present the Department of Art Spring Seniors Graduating Exhibition from April 16-May 15 at the Kentucky Library and Museum. The WKU Libraries host the Department of Art Spring Seniors Graduating Exhibition every April at the Kentucky Library and Museum. The exhibition showcases the final portfolios […]

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Business Career Conference April 14

Students in WKU’s Gordon Ford College of Business will have the opportunity to start putting the pieces of their career puzzle together during The Business Career Conference, an all-day event created, planned and facilitated by the College Student Advisory Council. The conference will be April 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the second […]

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Children’s author to visit area schools before appearance at 2010 Book Fest

Best-selling children’s author Laura Numeroff will visit three area schools Friday, April 16, before her appearance Saturday, April 17, at the Southern Kentucky Book Fest. Numeroff is the author of more than 30 books including the well loved If You Give a Mouse a Cookie and the new series The Jellybeans. Numeroff will make stops […]

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WKU to celebrate Earth Day April 22

WKU will mark the 40th anniversary of Earth Day with a full day of events on April 22. The annual WKU Earth Day Festival, hosted by the WKU Office of Sustainability and WKU Recycling, will feature informational booths, exhibits, and workshops, activities and entertainment. The event will begin at 9 a.m. at the WKU Farm […]

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Summer Sessions registration under way; variety of courses, options offered

It is easier than ever for students to get more out of their summer. WKU Summer Sessions courses are conveniently offered online, on the Bowling Green campuses, and at the WKU regional campuses in Glasgow, Owensboro and Elizabethtown/Ft. Knox/Radcliff. Students wishing to enroll in summer classes at WKU can choose from a variety of course […]

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Annual String Explosion music camp scheduled for June 22-25 at WKU

WKU’s Music Department and Office of Continuing Education are pleased to host the annual String Explosion music camp. This summer camp for area violin, viola, cello and double bass students in fourth through ninth grade will be held June 22 through June 25 in the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center on the campus of WKU. […]

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