Archive | June 17, 2010

Photos: GEAR UP Summer Camp

About 70 students from six area high schools — Barren County High School, Breckinridge County High School, Cumberland County High School, Edmonson County High School, Glasgow High School and Todd County Central High School — are attending the GEAR UP Summer Camp June 17-18 at WKU. GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate […]

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Biology faculty member continues work on National Geographic TV projects

WKU biology faculty member Steve Huskey could get used to spending part of his summer in front of the cameras for National Geographic TV. Last summer, a producer and film crew visited WKU for stories on two of Dr. Huskey’s other projects — goliath grouper research and his construction of fully articulated skeletons. Those segments […]

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Literacy Education master’s degree program now available online

WKU’s Master of Arts in Education in Literacy Education is now available online, offering added convenience and flexibility for students. “Our MAE in Literacy Education creates leadership opportunities for reading professionals,” said Dr. Pam Petty, program advisor. “Now that the program is available online, students have more options.” Petty said that M.A.E. in Literacy Education […]

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WKU hosts journalism workshop

WKU’s School of Journalism and Broadcasting hosted its annual Xposure Workshop from June 6-17. The two-week Xposure workshop is geared toward students who are under-represented in the field and gives them a chance to gain experience in the print and photojournalism field. The students have different coaches throughout the workshop and get to meet different […]

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