WKU Parking & Transportation Services is calling all photographers, both professional and hobbyists, to help design the new 2011-12 parking permits. The parking permit photo contest is open to all WKU students; there is no cost to enter. Entry deadline is March 18. Winning photos will be featured on one of at least 16 different […]
WKU junior Leslye Davis of Greensburg placed third in the first multimedia competition in the 2010-11 Hearst Journalism Awards Program. Davis received a $1,500 scholarship for her finish in the multimedia features category. WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting will receive a matching award. After the first of two competitions, WKU is second in the […]
The Kentucky Mesonet is expanding its weather and climate monitoring network to Bath County. Installation of a Mesonet station near the Preston community was completed this week. Data from the site should be available online at http://www.kymesonet.org later this month. “We are extremely pleased to have a new station installed in Bath County as part […]
Chris Groves has been teaching at WKU for the past twenty years but his research has taken him way beyond the vast cave and karst areas in this region. Learn more about the impact he’s having around the globe in this week’s View from the Hill.