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Water service should be restored to three WKU buildings by the beginning of the workday Tuesday (Aug. 4). Construction crews working to improve access between buildings broke the unmarked line earlier today (Aug. 3), interrupting service to Van Meter, Gordon Wilson and Cherry halls. Lack of water also means air conditioning is off, according to […]
A young Bowling Green woman who overcame a cancer diagnosis and a stroke is moving on with her life and WKU’s Communication Disorders Clinic is a big reason why. Amy Bingham has her story in this week’s View from the Hill.
WKU’s revamped health benefits program has earned national recognition for Kari Aikins, assistant director of Human Resources. Aikins was named to Business Insurance’s 2015 Benefits Management Honor Roll. Business Insurance, the authoritative news and information source for executives concerned about risk and the impact on their business, profiled Aikins in its June 22 issue. “It […]
It was a first for WKU PBS on Saturday (July 25) as James Pearson won an Emmy award for audio work on the popular “Lost River Sessions” television program. It was the first time in 23 years that WKU’s public television service had received an Ohio Valley Regional Emmy in that category, capping off a […]
Get ready for the end of summer WKU PBS Pool Party being held at the Russell Sims Aquatic Park on Sunday (Aug. 2) from 1 to 5 p.m. Everyone’s favorite aardvark, Arthur, will be there for the “Sunny Day Celebration” festivities. The first 300 kids age 10 and under will receive a goody bag, plus […]
WKU students, faculty and alumni were among more than 16,000 Geographic Information Systems professionals, educators and users from 130 countries who attended the world’s largest GIS conference July 20-24 in San Diego, California. The conference is hosted by the Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) for sharing and discussing the latest technologies and solutions in GIS. […]
The WKU Board of Regents today (July 24) approved the sale of 0.64 acres to Five Star Properties LLC for $600,000. The property is located between Kentucky and Adams streets adjoining vacant property that once housed Vinos and Hilltop Shops, which Five Star has under contract. The company plans to develop a pharmacy. The proceeds […]
WKU students continued to perform at a high level in the nation’s most prestigious scholarship competitions in 2014-15, according to a report presented Friday (July 24) to the Board of Regents. Of the more than 120 WKU students who applied, 42 earned recognition and earned more than $577,500 in funding, with a few students waiting […]
WKU is celebrating a partnership that’s been critical to the success of thousands of International Students. English as a Second Language International has just signed on for another five years at WKU as Amy Bingham reports in this week’s View from the Hill.
One of the last books written by WKU history professor Carlton Jackson has been published by the University Press of Kentucky. Jackson, who died in February 2014, was the author of more than 30 books and was named WKU’s first University Distinguished Professor in 1996. In Kentucky Maverick: The Life and Adventures of Colonel George […]
WKU and English as a Second Language International celebrated 15 years of partnership with the signing of a new five-year agreement on Tuesday (July 21). ESLi provides English language training to international students at WKU and maintains a corporate office on campus. ESLi President and Owner Gary Bartholomew said the impact of ESLi’s partnerships is […]
A study by researchers at Clemson University and WKU has revealed that closer monitoring of social media during active shooter incidents in U.S. pre-kindergarten through high schools is necessary to prevent the rapid spread of false information. This key finding has just been published in Computers in Human Behavior. Since little is known about the […]