Archive | January 20, 2012

WKU honored by United Way

WKU was among the organizations honored Jan. 19 at the United Way of Southern Kentucky’s annual Live United Awards Reception and Annual Meeting at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Bowling Green. The reception celebrated the triumphs of companies who excelled in furthering the mission of United Way of Southern Kentucky and its call to […]

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WKU Board of Regents approves Doctor of Physical Therapy degree

WKU’s Board of Regents today (Jan. 20) approved a new Doctor of Physical Therapy degree through the Department of Allied Health. The DPT is the university’s third practice-based doctoral program, following Educational Leadership and Nursing Practice. The program is designed to prepare students to plan and administer treatment to help patients regain diminished physical function. […]

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Honors College student selected to teach English in South Korea

Sarah Schrader, a double major in Biology and Chemistry and member of the Honors College at WKU, has been selected to teach English in South Korea for a six-month term beginning in February through the Teach and Learn in Korea (TaLK) program. Schrader, the daughter of Michelle and Steven Schrader of Bowling Green, is a […]

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Group using cutting-edge research to forecast social moods, perceptions

An earthquake in Japan. Instability in the Middle East and Persian Gulf. Economic turmoil. Global unrest. When events like this occur around the globe, the first reaction is often “how come no one saw this coming.” For Dr. Cari Bourette, a WKU adjunct professor and co-founder of A New Story Foundation, the first reaction is […]

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