In case you missed it, here are links to some May 2016 news items/social media posts from WKU colleges, departments and programs. (More: To keep up with “News Around Campus” check out the headlines listed on the right side of the WKU News page or subscribe to the “News Around Campus” RSS feed; to connect […]
View from the Hill – Glasgow couple now travels the world as nurses years after dropping out of school
A Glasgow couple is traveling the world working as Family Nurse Practitioners after obtaining their degrees from WKU and Vanderbilt University. Would you believe they were both high school dropouts? Amy Bingham has their story in this week’s View from the Hill.
WKU civil engineering students will compete this weekend in National Student Steel Bridge Competition at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. This is the fourth consecutive year that WKU has qualified for the national event. WKU finished 25th in 2015, 34th in 2015 and 37th in 2013. In April, WKU finished third overall in the […]
Last week WKU faculty, students and alumni attended the Kentucky Chapter of the American Planning Association conference at the Sloan Convention Center in Bowling Green. Each year urban and regional planners gather to discuss the latest advances in planning for land use associated with transportation, community development, economic progress and population growth. At this year’s […]
As she prepares for opening night Broadway, Ruby Lewis hasn’t forgotten the role WKU played in launching her career. “I’ve been talking about Ragtime a lot lately,” Lewis said of her appearance in the 2006 WKU musical, adding that she still sings her show-stopping “Back to Before” for auditions. “Ragtime gave me the confidence to […]
Emma Shoaf, a graduating senior at WKU from Lexington, has received the Princeton in Latin America (PiLA) Fellowship to work in the Dominican Republic. Shoaf, a 2016 graduate in International Affairs and Spanish, is the daughter of Frank and Cameron Shoaf. She is also a graduate of the Honors College at WKU. She will be […]
Dr. Anthony McAdoo, a veteran alumni relations professional, has been named the new Executive Director of the WKU Alumni Association. Dr. McAdoo, currently Assistant Vice President for Advancement and Senior Director for the University of Oregon Alumni Association, will join WKU on June 20. “We are thrilled we were able to bring Anthony to WKU,” […]
The Office of Scholar Development has awarded six WKU students a total of $12,000 in Lifetime Experience Grants in the 2015-16 academic year. The awards are designed to enhance students’ competitiveness for national scholarships by supporting research, creative activities, international study, student-designed service or other scholarly activities. As a condition of their awards, recipients of […]
View from the Hill – Kappa Delta Sorority provides huge financial boost to the Family Enrichment Center
WKU’s Greek Community has played a big role in the success of the Family Enrichment Center, a regional hub for child abuse prevention services. Amy Bingham explains how in this week’s View from the Hill.
WKU’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program has received initial five-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education. “Obtaining accreditation is a momentous event in the development of the DPT program,” said Dr. Neale Chumbler, dean of WKU’s College of Health and Human Services. “This accreditation underscores the rigor of the curriculum and […]
Code Switch Media, a client of the Kentucky Innovation Network and a tenant of the WKU Small Business Accelerator, has released the world’s first truly mobile terminology management app, INTRAKIT™. The app is a tool for professional interpreters and translators. This sophisticated tool (not for amateur language learners) is designed to help reduce time researching […]
Shelley Spalding, a 2015 WKU graduate and current graduate student from Lebanon, earned an honorable mention for her application for the James Madison Graduate Fellowship. Spalding, the daughter of Gary and Luanne Spalding, graduated with majors in History, Social Studies and Spanish. This fall she will begin working on a joint master’s degree in history […]