Janisse Ray, author of Ecology of a Cracker Childhood, winner of the 2000 American Book Award, will speak at WKU’s campus at 4 p.m. Sept. 25 in the Recital Hall of the Ivan Wilson Fine Arts Center. Ray’s presentation, titled “Our Earth, Our Money, Our Selves,” will explore the relationship between economics and the environment. […]
The Commonwealth of Kentucky’s recently signed Esri Educational Site License makes ArcGIS technology available to all public and private school students in the state. The license will be managed by the Kentucky Geographic Alliance (KGA), a longtime supporter of geography initiatives for elementary and secondary schools. The KGA will assist local schools with the integration […]
Terry J. Moulton, a 1982 WKU graduate from Hendersonville, Tenn., recently assumed duties as the 17th chief of the U.S. Navy Medical Service Corps and was promoted to the rank of rear admiral. Rear Adm. Moulton relieved Rear Adm. Eleanor V. Valentin as chief of MSC during a change of command ceremony on Aug. 30 at […]
WKU will host events for current and prospective students and their families on Sept. 22. Focus on WKU, a campus preview event for prospective students and their families, will begin with registration at 9 a.m. and an opening assembly at 10 a.m. at Diddle Arena. The event will include informational sessions, academic expo and campus […]
Olympic gold medalist Claire Donahue has been making the rounds in Bowling Green this week, less than a month after making history for WKU. In this week’s View from the Hill, Amy Bingham talks with the swimmer about her amazing journey to London.