Archive | April 7, 2011

WKU SIFE Team advances to nationals

The WKU Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) Team will return again to national competition again after winning in SIFE Regional championships at the Atlanta SIFE Regional Competition on April 4. In total, 63 teams competed in 10 separate leagues. WKU SIFE advances to the national finals to be held May 10-12 in Minneapolis. The WKU […]

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SGA announces election results

WKU’s Student Government Association announced the results of the annual general election. The election was conducted April 5-6 on TopNet. Billy Stephens, a junior from Hawesville, won the presidential race. Stephens currently serves as the student body’s Director of Academic and Student Affairs. He collected 56 percent of the 1,066 total votes. Kendrick Bryan, a […]

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Retired VP Kirchmeyer dies

Richard H. Kirchmeyer, retired vice president for Information Technology at WKU, died Tuesday, April 5, at the age of 68. Dr. Kirchmeyer retired from WKU in 2009 after 10 years. He came to WKU from the University of Arkansas. Funeral will be 9 a.m. (ET) Tuesday, April 12, at Iannotti Funeral Home in Coventry, R.I. […]

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WKU iMedia team to participate in INMA World Congress May 15-17

A team of fusion journalists from Western iMedia, the innovative editorial startup operated out of WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting, will help cover the International Newsmedia Marketing Association’s annual World Congress. Ten multi-platform storytellers from WKU will integrate with INMA’s own editorial and online staff to report every possible facet of the conference in […]

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