Archive | May 24, 2012

Group visits swine operation for look at WKU-USDA animal waste research

About 50 soil scientists visited the Daviess County farm of swine producer Jerry O’Bryan (a 1974 WKU graduate) who is part of a collaborative research project between WKU and the USDA Agricultural Research Service Animal Waste Management Unit. ARS is working to determine on-farm management and land application practices for sustainable management of swine compost. […]

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Honors College, WBKO-TV recognize Scholar of the Week recipients

The Honors College at WKU and WBKO-TV hosted a reception on May 1 to honor this semester’s Scholar of the Week recipients.  The Scholar of the Week program recognizes young scholars for their achievements. The high school name and photos of the students who are chosen for the Scholar of the Week program appear on […]

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Hoffman Institute joins WKU-Habitat for Humanity Durbin Project

The Hoffman Environmental Research Institute is the newest partner to join the WKU-Habitat for Humanity Durbin Project. This project will develop an integrated green infrastructure, green building, mixed-income, mixed-use neighborhood on a 14.3-acre site owned by the Bowling Green-Warren County Habitat for Humanity as a statewide demonstration. Initial funding for the Durbin Project was awarded […]

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10th annual Alumni College June 7-10

WKU’s Alumni Association will host its 10th annual Alumni College June 7-10. The Alumni College is an annual lifelong learning program for alumni and friends of WKU. “Alumni College is a wonderful program that allows alumni and friends the opportunity to reconnect with WKU beyond the typical alumni experience,” said Ginny Hensley, director of Alumni […]

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