WKU President Gary Ransdell and representatives of the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) formally signed a cooperative agreement Monday (April 27) in Belmopan, Belize, that represents the next step in collaboration between WKU and the CCCCC to address the growing focus on global climate change challenges. Click image to read more
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Three of the four Republican candidates for governor participated in a debate April 28 at WKU¹s Downing Student Union Auditorium.
Four WKU students recognized by Goldwater scholarship program. From left: Andrew Brown and Dimitri Leggas were named Goldwater Scholars while Audrey Brown and Ben Guthrie received honorable mentions. Read more on WKU News at http://wp.me/pi4mf-8p6
WKU was honored on Earth Day as one of the first nine 2015 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Postsecondary Sustainability Awardees. Click the image to read more on WKU News.
Four WKU students have been recognized by the U.S. State Department’s Critical Language Scholarship Program. From left: Mackenzie Donoghue, Alex Hezik and Kelly Tursic received scholarships; Jody Dahmer was named an alternate. Click the image to read more on WKU News.
The Gatton Academy's Science Bowl Team spent time at the Capitol this week as part of the National Science Bowl.
Two WKU students have been awarded David L. Boren Scholarships that will fund a year studying abroad. Tyler Prochazka (pictured above) of Newton, Kansas, will study in China, and Zachary Redmond of Owensboro will study in Jordan. Read more on WKU News at http://wp.me/pi4mf-8ts