Archive | October 13, 2011

WKU Confucius Institute reaches out to unique populations in community

In an effort to more fully realize its mission of disseminating Chinese language and culture, the WKU Confucius Institute (WKU-CI) has been reaching out to unique populations both on campus and within the Warren County community. The two volunteer teachers working at the WKU-CI, Shanfeng Guo and Xiaolin Tian, have recently had the opportunity to […]

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Teams qualify for national golf tourney

Three WKU teams have qualified for the Collegiate Golf Alliance’s 2011 National Collegiate Golf Championship Nov. 11-13 in Las Vegas. Defending national champions Adam Whitt and Matt Morrison captured the WKU faculty and staff division in the local qualifying tournament Sept. 30 at CrossWinds Golf Course and will return to Las Vegas to defend their […]

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Hatcher lecture to feature co-founder of Honduran youth soccer program

Jason Old will discuss his experiences as one of the founders of CAN Fútbol Foundation (CANFF) in Honduras during WKU’s annual Paul G. and Ernestine G. Hatcher Modern Language Lecture Series. Old’s lecture — Changing Lives through Soccer, Spanish and Service – will begin at 4 p.m. Nov. 1 at the Garrett Conference Center auditorium. […]

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WKU Honors College director says future of Al Qaida uncertain

The future of Al Qaida after the death of Osama Bin Laden is difficult to predict, according to the director of the Honors College at WKU. Dr. Craig T. Cobane, a former defense policy fellow with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, worked at the Pentagon in the Office of Special Operations/Low Intensity […]

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