WKU student Tara Sorrels on top of Svinafellsjokull glacier tongue, which the Climate Change Challenge Study Abroad Group explored prior to the start of her summer internship and research endeavors in Iceland.WKU President Gary A. Ransdell and English as a Second Language International owner Gary Bartholomew celebrated 15 years of partnership with the signing of a new five-year agreement on July 21.WKU's Board of Regents installed new officers Friday (July 24). From left: Frederick A. Higdon of Lebanon, Chair; Melissa B. Dennison of Glasgow, Vice Chair and Cynthia Harris of Louisville, Secretary.WKU Professor Travis Newton directs a short film, "Woodshed." The project features many WKU faculty, students, and alumni. Read more on WKU News.WKU President Gary Ransdell high-fives incoming freshmen students at the July 14 Academic Transitions Program.Over 700 people gathered Saturday, July 11, 2015 at Circus Square Park to commemorate the 20 year anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide in Bosnia-Herzegovina

WKU student Tara Sorrels on top of Svinafellsjokull glacier tongue, which the Climate Change Challenge Study Abroad Group explored prior to the start of her summer internship and research endeavors in Iceland. Click image to read more from WKU News.

WKU President Gary A. Ransdell and English as a Second Language International owner Gary Bartholomew celebrated 15 years of partnership with the signing of a new five-year agreement on July 21.

WKU's Board of Regents installed new officers Friday (July 24). From left: Frederick A. Higdon of Lebanon, Chair; Melissa B. Dennison of Glasgow, Vice Chair and Cynthia Harris of Louisville, Secretary.

WKU Professor Travis Newton directs a short film, "Woodshed." The project features many WKU faculty, students, and alumni. Read more on WKU News.

WKU President Gary Ransdell high-fives incoming freshmen students at the July 14 Academic Transitions Program.

As part of their annual retreat, The WKU Board of Regents tour the set of ‘Cooking 80/20 with Robin Shea,’ an upcoming show on WKU-PBS.


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PBS Pool Party. Sunny Day Celebration. Sunday, August 2nd 2015. Russel Sims Aquatic Center at Preston Miller Park. Special Guest: Arthur! Gates Open at 1pm. Special Gifts for kids aged 10 and under. Limit first 300 kids; one per child. WKU PBS.Share your Story. Your Journey to the Hill. Instagram. #HometotheHillKentucky P-12 educator tuition discount. $495 per credit hour for first three hours. $295 per credit hour for all additional hours. KETD website http://www.wku.edu/ketdThe $100 Solution. Change the way we serve. Faculty and Staff Training. Friday, October 9. 1-4pm. DSU 2001. Cooridinated by the WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships

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WKU is celebrating a partnership that’s been critical to the success of thousands of International Students. English as a Second Language International has just signed on for another five years at WKU as Amy Bingham reports in this week’s View from the Hill.

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