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Ann Ferrell, WKU associate professor of Folk Studies, will be speaking in Glasgow at 3:30 p.m. Sept. 7 in the WKU Glasgow Regional Library. Ferrell will be discussing highlights from her award-winning book Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century, including her interest in the topic and continued importance of tobacco to many farmers today. […]
Lost River Sessions, the award-winning WKU Public Broadcasting television and radio series, is bringing live Folk, Bluegrass and Americana music to the stage with a new concert series – Lost River Sessions LIVE! Monthly performances will be held at the Capitol Arts Center in downtown Bowling Green and will feature a variety of the region’s […]
Registration is under way for a fall break camp at WKU’s Hardin Planetarium. The 2016 Science Curiosity Investigation (SCI) Camp will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Oct. 3-7 for students in grades 3-6. The fee is $120 and includes all project materials and daily mid-morning snacks. Registration is limited to 20 students. Participants […]
There’s never been a better time to be part of the Hilltopper Athletic Foundation with interest at an all time high. Amy Bingham has more on the H.A.F. in this week’s View from the Hill.
WKU geology major Deborah Flynn, a senior from Bowling Green, traveled to Ethiopia this summer to collect data for an ongoing research project. Flynn’s summer project was funded by a WKU Office of Scholar Development Lifetime Experience (LTE) grant and an Office of Sponsored Programs FUSE grant, and by an ACS-PRF grant awarded to Dr. […]
WKU PBS installed a television studio and set inside the Juvenile Detention Facility in Warren County as a pilot project to provide workforce development training and educational augmentation to the residents. WKU PBS hopes to provide similar opportunities at the other detention centers across the Commonwealth and is creating a template for other PBS member […]
WKU PBS is proud to announce that the 30-minute documentary Mammoth Cave: A Place Called Home will be nationally distributed by the National Educational Telecommunications Association in September. This will allow the story of the establishment of Mammoth Cave National Park to be shared with the rest of the country as the National Park Service […]
WKU Learn and Earn announces the addition of four new Business Partners in Warren County. These businesses will be partnering with WKU Learn and Earn program to employ both traditional and non-traditional college students, thus helping meet their company production goals. In return, those students work part-time for wages and receive college scholarships from their […]
The 40 members of the WKU Forensics Team are preparing for the 2016-17 season. The nationally recognized speech and debate team welcomes 12 new members this fall and includes students from across the United States and from numerous academic programs at WKU. The team will begin its season on Sept. 16 when it hosts the […]
Social entrepreneurship program ‘excellent opportunity’ for students WKU’s Department of Diversity & Community Studies has partnered with the Kentucky YMCA Youth Association to allow WKU students to expand their global perspective and understanding of social entrepreneurship through the Institute for Social Responsibility & Economic Citizenship (ISREC). The ISREC is a 10-month academic and experiential journey […]
A second cohort of students has joined WKU’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program. The new MFA students are William Brown of Murfreesboro, Tennessee; Zane DeZeeuw of Montrose, Colorado; Leslie Fox of Smiths Grove; Esther French of Bowling Green; David Haydon of Springfield; Cameron Moreno of Corpus Christi, Texas; and Elizabeth Upshur of […]
For students in WKU’s Meteorology Program, the forecast calls for a 100 percent chance of professional learning experiences through innovative student engagement activities. “The common theme is thinking outside of the traditional classroom in ways that put the ‘real world’ in the hands of students prior to graduation,” said Dr. Josh Durkee, associate professor in […]