Two WKU students have been recognized by the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship program for the fall. Cache Tyler Tomlinson (left) received a scholarship to study in Germany. Haley Danielle Taylor (right) was selected as an alternate to study in Italy. Read more on WKU News at http://wp.me/pi4mf-8GV.
WKU faculty and students are studying climate change in Iceland this summer. Click the image to read their blog.
Dr. Rick Toomey of the Mammoth Cave International Center for Science and Learning (front left) and Dr. Chris Groves of WKU (front right) lead an environmental education event for the public at the Historic Entrance to the Mammoth Cave System. This took place Saturday as part of the 2015 Obscura Day, a collection more than 150 events in 39 states and 25 countries, all designed to "celebrate the world's most curious and awe-inspiring places.
WKU to receive 2015 Green Ribbon Schools award on Wednesday (June 3) in Washington, D.C. Read more on WKU News at http://wp.me/pi4mf-8H2
As part of a meteorology capstone course, WKU storm chasers are tracking weather events in the great plains. Wednesday, May 27, the group spotted a tornado in Canadian, TX. Click the image to follow the team's Twitter account.
57 students participate in WKU's 2015 LeaderShape Institute. Read more on WKU News at http://wp.me/pi4mf-8Gk
More than sixty thousand visitors from all over the world tour Lost River Cave here in Bowling Green each year. In this week’s View from the Hill, Amy Bingham explores the WKU connections that have made the tourist attraction what it is today.