Archive | April 14, 2010

Deere receives continuing education group’s Outstanding Faculty award

The Southern Region of the Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) has awarded the Outstanding Faculty award to Dr. Randy Deere, Professor in the College of Health & Human Services at WKU. The Association presents this award to an outstanding faculty member from ACHE South who models effective teaching behaviors, is systematic, motivational, and cares […]

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4 students receive KIIS scholarships

Four scholarship awards have been made to WKU students participating in the Kentucky Institute for International Studies (KIIS) Summer 2010 programs. The scholarship amounts are awarded up to $500 with one award made for each program.  Students submitted application forms and letters of recommendation to receive the scholarships as well as 300-word essays. The recipients […]

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WKU biologist studying bat disease

A faculty member in WKU’s Department of Biology is using his research background to address white-nose syndrome, a disease affecting bats. “There is great concern about white-nose syndrome spreading into Kentucky,” said Dr. Carl W. Dick, an assistant professor of biology whose research interests include the evolutionary and ecological relationships between host mammals (namely bats) […]

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