WKU students Andrew Alvey of Warren County and Megan Stohner of Whitley County were awarded the first WKU Libraries and University Experience Undergraduate Research Awards last Tuesday at WKU’s Cravens Library. Alvey was recognized for the best career essay and Stohner received an award for the best annotated bibliography. Both students received a $100 cash […]
Three students from The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky at WKU have been selected for the National Security Language Initiative for Youth (NSLI-Y) scholarship for the summer. Brandon Kerr of Edmonton and Victoria Allen of Auburn, both studying with the Chinese Flagship program at WKU, one of nine such federally […]
WKU’s first annual Take our Daughters and Sons to Work Day was a big hit. See why in this week’s View from the Hill.
Tuesday marks the 40th anniversary of the first broadcast of National Public Radio’s first program, All Things Considered. WKU Public Radio will host a special anniversary event with Bill Siemering, the show’s creator, on Saturday (May 7) at Mass Media and Technology Hall on the WKU campus. Siemering was NPR’s first director of programming and […]
The WKU Board of Regents has approved the Master of Arts in Social Responsibility & Sustainable Communities, scheduled to begin fall 2011. The new graduate program will be offered through the Institute for Citizenship & Social Responsibility within the University College through a partnership with WKU Cohort Programs which allows students to take core coursework […]
Students from the WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting and Imagewest were recently recognized for their public relations efforts at the 25th annual Parthenon Awards in Nashville, Tenn. The event is hosted by the Nashville chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and acknowledges excellence in all aspects of public relations and communications. “It […]