Archive | September 13, 2012

Monroe County native honors parents with scholarship fund at WKU

Sept. 13 commemorates many special events for Dr. Delroy Hire and his family. This day marks what would have been his mother’s 100th birthday and his parents’ wedding anniversary.  Dr. Hire also has another reason to celebrate this day, and because of his generosity, students at WKU will benefit. A new scholarship initiative that will […]

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WKU Libraries’ renovation project will transform fourth floor of Cravens

WKU Libraries is transforming spaces and trading places on the fourth floor of Cravens to develop a new Information Commons area for its students, faculty and staff. Beginning at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 28 through Jan. 2, the entrance to Cravens fourth floor will be closed and individuals needing library services will use the Java City/Helm […]

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International Reach Week Sept. 24-29

WKU’s Office of International Programs will present its second annual International Reach Week Sept. 24-29 with a weeklong series of events is designed to spotlight the ways faculty, staff and students are helping to make WKU “a leading American university with international reach.” Individuals and departments from all across campus will provide engaging intercultural experiences […]

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New York Times writer to discuss book on Army football on Sept. 25

Best-selling author and award-winning New York Times sportswriter Joe Drape will be at Barnes & Noble (1680 Campbell Lane in Bowling Green) at 7 p.m. Sept. 25 to discuss his recently released book SOLDIERS FIRST: Duty, Honor, Country, and Football at West Point. Drape reveals the unique pressures and expectations that make a year of […]

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3rd annual Project Affect, campus and community engagement fair, Sept. 18

The WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships and the Institute for Citizenship & Social Responsibility are coordinating the third annual Project Affect, a campus and community engagement fair, on Tuesday (Sept. 18) to show students the ways they can serve their community by partnering with local organizations on and off campus. “The value of service […]

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Gandy receives Cangemi Award

Dr. S. Kay Gandy, associate professor in WKU’s School of Teacher Education, was awarded the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences’ Joseph P. Cangemi Award for Excellence in Leadership in Psychology/Education, which was established in 2001 to recognize College personnel who have made broad applied contributions to their professional fields. Dr. Gandy was recognized with a […]

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