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View from the Hill – WKU ties to Aviation Heritage Park

It’s been more than eight years since the dedication of Aviation Heritage Park here in Bowling Green. The tribute to aviators from this area has WKU fingerprints all over it as Amy Bingham explains in this week’s View from the Hill.  

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View from the Hill – Medical School Groundbreaking

       With just three weeks left as president of Western Kentucky University, Dr. Gary Ransdell has checked a huge project off his to-do list.  Amy Bingham has more on an epic partnership that will address the state’s physician shortage in this week’s View from the Hill.  

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View from the Hill – Confucius Institute Building Dedication

     Seven years after WKU started a Confucius Institute, a new building on campus is dedicated as the Chinese Learning Center.  Amy Bingham has more in this week’s View from the Hill.

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View from the Hill – Lost River Sessions

Lost River Sessions, the award-winning WKU Public Broadcasting television and radio series, has exploded in popularity over the last three years. Amy Bingham explains how the WKU PBS hit came about in this week’s View from the Hill.  

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WKU Week in Photos: May 8-14, 2017

Here’s the latest installment of WKU Week in Photos by Clinton Lewis and Bryan Lemon of WKU Public Affairs. (More Commencement Weekend photos: WKU graduate and undergraduate ceremonies; The Gatton Academy graduation)  

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View from the Hill – Minton Award winner greatly impacted by Semester at Sea

WKU will confer degrees and certificates to more than 2,600 spring and summer graduates during its 181st Commencement this weekend.   Amy Bingham introduces us to the John D. Minton award winner in this week’s View from the Hill.

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View from the Hill – You still have time to donate to Spiritfunder Campaign

WKU has just over a week left in a month long social media driven campaign that gives the community a chance to fund three different projects.  Amy Bingham has more on “Spiritfunder”, WKU’s very own crowdfunding platform in this week’s View from the Hill.          

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WKU Week in Photos: May 1-5, 2017

Here’s the latest installment of WKU Week in Photos by Clinton Lewis and Bryan Lemon of WKU Public Affairs.

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WKU preparing to launch 2017-2018 International Year of Bosnia and Herzegovina

WKU’s Office of International Programs (OIP) is preparing to launch the 2017-2018 International Year of (IYO) Bosnia and Herzegovina. The IYO program places a yearlong spotlight on a specific country and provides WKU and Bowling Green with a greater understanding of that country’s history and culture and its intersections with the U.S. The IYO is […]

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WKU Week in Photos: April 24-30, 2017

Here’s the latest installment of WKU Week in Photos by Clinton Lewis, Bryan Lemon and Bob Skipper of WKU Public Affairs.

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WKU’s 181st Commencement set for May 12-13 at Diddle Arena

WKU will confer degrees and certificates to 2,605 spring and summer graduates during its 181st Commencement May 12-13 at Diddle Arena. Graduate: During the graduate ceremony at 5 p.m. May 12, WKU will confer 29 doctor of physical therapy, 11 doctor of education, nine doctor of nursing practice, 583 master’s and nine specialist in education […]

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Regents approve tuition, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

WKU’s Board of Regents today (April 28) approved tuition and mandatory student fees for the 2018 fiscal year. Resident undergraduate tuition will increase $145 per semester (3 percent) to $5,101. Nonresident undergraduate tuition will increase $360 per semester to $12,756. Regents also approved consolidating the departments of Engineering, Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences and Computer Science […]

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