Habitat for Humanity is known around the world for building houses, but you may not realize that the organization builds so much more.
WKU will dedicate Gary A. Ransdell Hall on April 29. WKU’s Board of Regents voted in October to name the new home of the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences for Dr. Ransdell. The dedication ceremony will begin at 2 p.m. at the facility on Normal Street. The public is invited. Parking will be available […]
Nathaniel Hovee, a WKU senior from Paintsville, earned an honorable mention in the 2010 RateYourStudyAbroad.com Travel Writing and Photography Contest. Hovee’s photo, “Millennium Bridge to St. Paul’s,” was taken in February 2010 during a study abroad trip to London. The contest was judged by Rudy Maxa, former Washington Post reporter, host of NPR’s The Savvy […]
Nancy Richey, assistant professor of Library Special Collections at WKU, is one of 23 people from across the U.S. to participate in the National Endowment for the Humanities program “We the People.” Richey will be the only participant from Kentucky in the Landmarks of American History and Culture Workshop designed to encourage and enhance teaching, […]
Dr. Anthony Harkins, Associate Professor of History at WKU, and Dr. Deborah Logan, Professor of English at WKU, have been named Fulbright Scholars for the Spring 2012 semester. Dr. Harkins received a Fulbright teaching and research award and will be a Visiting Professor in Cultural Studies at Karl Franzens University of Graz in Austria where […]