On Dec. 3 and 4, The Center for Gifted Studies is hosting its 14th annual Leadership Institute. John Baker, education coordinator for The Center for Leadership Excellence at WKU, will present Building Leadership in Students. Teachers, counselors, administrators and others responsible for and interested in student leadership development are welcome to attend the two-day workshop. […]
One of the world’s largest scanning electron microscopes was delivered to WKU’s Applied Physics Institute on Nov. 24. The large-chamber SEM, a $2.7 million gift from the U.S. Department of Energy, was moved from Oak Ridge National Laboratory to WKU’s API facility, located in the Center for Research and Development on Nashville Road. The one […]
WKU senior Wesley Dyer of Monroe County was a member of the Platinum winning team in last weekend’s Southern Region Dairy Challenge Contest. The contest, part of the North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge, was hosted on Nov. 19-21 by WKU, Eastern Kentucky University and University of Kentucky at Woodall Farms and Robey Farms in Logan […]
WKU volleyball coach Travis Hudson had no idea the impact Dr. Kela Fee’s battle with cancer would have on him personally. Here is the story in the “View from the Hill” by WKU’s Amy Bingham DeCesare.
Three Technology Management graduate students in WKU’s Department of Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences made presentations at a national conference. The Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE) held its annual conference Nov. 10-14 in Louisville. Susan Mordecai of Maumelle, Ark., made a presentation on Nanotechnology and Safety Issues. Ed Martelli of Auburn made two […]