Archive | May 10, 2011

Kappa Delta Sorority presents $13,200 to Family Enrichment Center

WKU’s chapter of Kappa Delta Sorority presented a check for $13,200 to the Family Enrichment Center of Bowling Green on Tuesday afternoon. The proceeds were gathered at the sorority’s ninth annual Shamrock Shootout, a five-on-five basketball tournament held March 26-27. This year’s event raised more than $16,000 to be divided between the Family Enrichment Center […]

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Gatton Academy student named U.S. Presidential Scholar

For Sarah Schrader, a student at WKU’s Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky, her senior year of high school has been marked by significant accomplishments.  Along with graduation invitations, college decisions and prom, Schrader has been continuing research, studying abroad and mastering a second language. When Schrader receives her diploma from […]

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5 more earn floodplain certification

Five more WKU students have earned national certification in floodplain management. Students Emily Kinslow of Cave City, Kendall McClenny of Winter Springs, Fla., Daniel Skees of Bowling Green, Brian Vincent of Bowling Green and Russ Whatley of Louisville recently passed the Certified Floodplain Manager examination. In the past four years, 36 WKU floodplain management students […]

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WKU hosts programming contests

WKU’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science held its annual High School Programming Contest on April 29 and its Gatton Academy Programming Contest on May 3. Eight teams from five schools in Kentucky participated in the high school contest. Each team consisted of up to three students. Nelson County finished first followed by St. Xavier […]

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