A ten million dollar expansion at the Raymond B. Preston Health and Activities Center was unveiled in May. Preston’s son Kent was among those in attendance. Hear his reaction to the expansion in this week’s View from the Hill.
Three WKU physics students are working on research projects this summer with WKU faculty member Edward Kintzel at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Students Tara Wink of Bowling Green, Nathan Campbell of Beaver Dam and Jacob Baxley of Hartford are working on a variety of neutron sciences projects with Dr. Kintzel, assistant professor in the […]
WKU Provost Dr. Gordon Emslie spent Aug. 11 in Owensboro meeting with community and education leaders. Dr. Emslie said WKU’s partnership with Owensboro Community and Technical College, including a joint admissions agreement that includes more than 130 students, has created a true, public four-year college in Owensboro.