Archive | February 4, 2014

WKU weather alert for Feb. 5

Here’s a WKU winter weather alert for Wednesday, Feb. 5: WKU’s Elizabethtown/Fort Knox campus will open at 10 a.m. EST on Wednesday (Feb. 5). Use caution when traveling. For updates, visit www.wku.edu, www.wku.edu/news or follow WKU News on Twitter@wkunews or Facebook at www.facebook.com/WKUNews More: Winter weather communication plan

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WKU weather alert for Feb. 4

Here’s a WKU winter weather alert for Tuesday, Feb. 4: WKU’s Elizabethtown/Fort Knox, Owensboro and Glasgow campuses are closed and evening classes there have been canceled for Tuesday (Feb. 4). For updates, visit http://www.wku.edu, http://www.wku.edu/news or follow WKU News on Twitter @wkunews or Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/WKUNews More: Winter weather communication plan

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Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange Information Session Feb. 18

WKU is among several sponsors of an information session for health professionals in Southcentral Kentucky on Feb. 18. Bill Nold, Deputy Executive Director of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services’ Health Benefits Exchange, will lead the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange Information Session. The 11 a.m.-1 p.m. session will be at the Medical Center-WKU Health […]

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WKU students, alumni to present ‘The Dance Project’ Feb. 14-16

WKU Dance students will take to the stage Feb. 14-16 to perform original pieces with unique stories and styles in The Dance Project, part of the Department of Theatre and Dance Next Stage Series. This year, The Dance Project will include choreography from WKU dance alumni Kylene Stephens, Mitchell Haley, Ashleigh Keefer, Roshunda Brown and […]

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WKU department head completes 25,000-mile Cape to Cape expedition

Dr. David Keeling, University Distinguished Professor of Geography and Department Head of Geography and Geology, recently completed a 25,000-mile Cape to Cape expedition representing WKU and the American Geographical Society. The expedition visited United Kingdom (London), Portugal (Madeira Island), Burkina Faso (Ouagadougou), South Africa (Cape Town and Cape of Good Hope), Namibia (Swakopmund), Brazil (Rio […]

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