Archive | August 3, 2011

Photos: WKU honors adopted soldier

WKU honored Command Sergeant Major John Brownell at a luncheon on Aug. 2 at the Knicely Conference Center. Brownell is the Kinesiology, Recreation and Sport (KRS) graduate student whose 6th Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Brigade, 1st Infantry Division (6-4 Cav) from Fort Knox was adopted by the department throughout their deployment to Afghanistan. Below: […]

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Director of Journalism & Broadcasting puts focus on storytelling, innovation

As the new director of WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting, Dr. Loup Langton has two points of emphasis for the award-winning and nationally recognized program – storytelling and innovation. “Journalism and the telling of stories about the world around us is going to survive. The way we’ve done journalism, however, is rapidly changing, and […]

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Alpha Omicron Pi chapter honored at group’s international convention

The Alpha Chi Chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi at WKU was honored with a prestigious award at the fraternity’s 51st International Convention. The Jessie Wallace Hughan Award honors one collegiate chapter with the most outstanding service to college or community and fulfillment of obligations to Alpha Omicron Pi. The award is given on a biennium […]

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Lighting project earns WKYU-PBS Emmy award for technical achievement

WKYU-PBS, WKU’s Public Television service, received an Emmy award for technical achievement Saturday night (July 30) at the 47th Annual Ohio Valley Emmy Awards in Louisville. WKYU-PBS was nominated in two categories, technical achievement and television host. This marks the seventh consecutive year that WKYU-PBS has received nominations, receiving the coveted award 10 times. The […]

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