Archive | May 14, 2012

WKU Continuing Education offers human resource management courses

Through a partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), WKU Continuing Education offers noncredit human resource management courses to help HR professionals enhance their knowledge and expand their certification. “Essentials of Human Resource Management” is a two-day workshop for professionals at any level who deal with HR functions. The workshop is designed to […]

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Hatfield named associate dean of Gordon Ford College of Business

Dr. Bob Hatfield, Executive MBA Coordinator and Professor of Management, was recently selected as the Associate Dean of Graduate Programs and Research in the Gordon Ford College of Business at WKU. Dr. Hatfield’s appointment will begin July 1 and is subject to approval by the WKU Board of Regents. According to Dr. Jeff Katz, Dean […]

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WKU wins Hearst multimedia title; 4 students named national finalists

WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting has won the Intercollegiate Multimedia Championship in the 52nd annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program and four students will compete for photojournalism and multimedia national championships. Brynn Anderson of Bowling Green, Christian Randolph of Oxnard, Calif., and Armando Sanchez of Clovis, Calif., are among six finalists for the photojournalism championship […]

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Kentucky Engagement Conference at WKU Nov. 8-9; proposals due May 31

On Nov. 8-9, WKU will host the Kentucky Engagement Conference for the first time since the conference began in 2006. The conference brings together academic administrators, faculty, staff and students to share best practices and learn trending ideas related to community engagement, service-learning, civic health, community-based research, and related topics. The location of the Kentucky […]

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