Archive | February 25, 2011

Students advance in MATHCOUNTS

Students from five schools participated in the regional MATHCOUNTS competition Feb. 19 at WKU. Teams from Drakes Creek Middle School and Franklin-Simpson Middle School advanced to state competition March 25-26 at the Holiday Inn North in Lexington. Also moving onto the state event as the top two individuals not on advancing teams were Priyanka Sheth […]

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View from the Hill – WKU NOVA Center

WKU’s newly acquired 18,000-pound electron microscope from Oak Ridge National Laboratory will be on full display at the NOVA Center Conference March 10-11.  Find out more in this week’s View from the Hill.

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WKU hosting language festival

More than 490 students from 11 area high schools are competing today (Feb. 25) in the Regional Kentucky Language Festival, hosted by WKU’s Department of Modern Languages. Students from across the south central Kentucky area are competing in French, German and Spanish events using their skills in world languages. Competition events are being conducted in […]

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Teacher Hall of Fame induction March 1

Three outstanding educators will be inducted Tuesday (March 1) as the fourth class of the Gov. Louie B. Nunn Kentucky Teacher Hall of Fame. The three, chosen by a statewide selection committee, are the late Artie Johnson Hankins of Morgantown, who taught for 44 years in Butler County; Patricia J. Morris of Louisville, who has […]

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South Warren team wins Quiz Bowl

South Warren High School was the overall winner in the 22nd Annual Quiz Bowl, hosted by WKU’s Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC) Feb. 18 at the Downing University Center. Teams from high schools across the region competed in two divisions in the double-elimination rounds of academic competition. In the Red Division, South Warren took […]

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