Archive | March 2, 2011

Latest newsletters

Here are links to the latest newsletters from the WKU community: WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships College of Health and Human Services WKU Small Business Development Center

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Bowling Green Civil War Round Table to meet March 17 at WKU

The Bowling Green Civil War Round Table will have its first meeting at 6:30 p.m. March 17 at Cherry Hall, room 125. Sponsored by WKU’s Department of History and the Institute for Civil War Studies at WKU, the group will resemble thousands of other Civil War Round Tables around the nation and will meet on […]

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Oakland, Cumberland Trace teams win 11th annual LEGO robotics competition

Student teams from Oakland Elementary School and Cumberland Trace Elementary School won the 11th annual Kentucky Bluegrass LEGO Robotics Competition on Feb. 26. Students from WKU’s Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society worked with Engineering faculty and staff to conduct the competition at Drakes Creek Middle School. Elementary and middle school teams were given the […]

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Area industries to attend advanced manufacturing career fair March 18

Representatives from more than 20 area industries will participate in WKU’s first Advanced Manufacturing/Technology Management Career and Job Fair on March 18. The event, hosted by WKU’s Department of Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences and the Career Services Center, will be held from 10 a.m. to noon at Environmental Science and Technology Building, room 109 (the […]

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Fall 2010 graduates list

The names of WKU students who completed degrees for the Fall 2010 semester are available online. The graduates list includes the students’ names and hometowns as listed by the students and the degree received. You will also find the lists of international students, students listed by state and Warren County, Ky., residents. Within each category, […]

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3 inducted into Teacher Hall of Fame

Three outstanding educators were inducted Tuesday afternoon at the State Capitol as the fourth class of the Gov. Louie B. Nunn Kentucky Teacher Hall of Fame. The three, chosen by a statewide selection committee, are the late Artie Johnson Hankins of Morgantown, who taught for 44 years in Butler County; Patricia J. Morris of Louisville, […]

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