Archive | July 29, 2009

WKU students, faculty, staff attend International Congress of Speleology

During the heat of summer in the Texas Hill Country, 14 students, staff and faculty at WKU converged on the campus of Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas, on July 19-26 to participate in the 15th International Congress of Speleology, an event that occurs once every four years at selected sites around the globe. The last […]

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Environmental geoscientist elected to National Speleological Society board

Dr. Lee Florea, assistant professor of Environmental Geoscience in the Department of Geography and Geology, has been elected to the executive committee of the National Speleological Society. As Executive Vice President for the Society, Dr. Florea’s primary responsibilities are to oversee NSS publications, grants, exploration committees, and liaisons to scientific organizations. The two flagship components […]

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