Spring 2014 at WKUCherry trees at WKUArt Pre-service teacher, Ethan Hughes teaching Super Saturday ceramics class. Ethan attended 2012 Hanyang International Summer School in Seoul, South Korea, and will return in the Spring 2014 as part of the WKU International Student Teaching Program. Contact miwon.choe@wku.edu or study.abroad@wku.edu for more information on 2014 Hanyang International Summer Program.Nineteen fraternity, sororities, and student groups collected more than 12,000 cans the WKU Food Pantry, HOTEL INC, and the American Red Cross  of South Central Kentucky as part of CANstruct for a Cause. The food will feed more than 500 families throughout the region. Kappa Delta Sorority  won the competition collecting 1700 cans and creating a structure of a Girl Scout, one of their philanthropies.WKU welcomed seven new International Ambassador Diplomats at a special reception at the Alumni Center as part of the new International Enrollment Management (IEM) initiative. The diplomats will interact with prospective and new international students. For more information about the program please e-mail intl.ambassador@wku.edu.Spring at WKUSpring at WKU

Art Pre-service teacher, Ethan Hughes teaching Super Saturday ceramics class. Ethan attended 2012 Hanyang International Summer School in Seoul, South Korea, and will return in the Spring 2014 as part of the WKU International Student Teaching Program. Contact miwon.choe@wku.edu or study.abroad@wku.edu for more information on 2014 Hanyang International Summer Program.

Nineteen fraternity, sororities, and student groups collected more than 12,000 cans the WKU Food Pantry, HOTEL INC, and the American Red Cross of South Central Kentucky as part of CANstruct for a Cause. The food will feed more than 500 families throughout the region. Kappa Delta Sorority won the competition collecting 1700 cans and creating a structure of a Girl Scout, one of their philanthropies.

WKU welcomed seven new International Ambassador Diplomats at a special reception at the Alumni Center as part of the new International Enrollment Management (IEM) initiative. The diplomats will interact with prospective and new international students. For more information about the program please e-mail intl.ambassador@wku.edu.


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By now you've probably heard the numbers. The CDC says one in 68 children has an autism spectrum disorder, up 30 percent from two years ago. In this week's View from the Hill, Amy Bingham shows us how the programs offered inside WKU's Suzanne Vitale Clinical Education Complex remain engaged in the front lines of this battle.