WKU was awarded the Operation P.R.I.D.E. Chairman's Award on Sept. 16th for contributions to the Bowling Green roundabout project at U.S. 31-W/Nashville Road and University Boulevard. WKU Chief Facilities Officer Bryan Russell accepted the award. Operation P.R.I.D.E. is a local non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing enhancements and innovation in our community.WKU Geography and Geology Associate Professor Dr. Josh Durkee obtained this quad-copter image from 350 ft. above WKU’s campus showing approaching fog on Sept. 9.WKU President Dr. Gary A. Ransdell was among the passengers chosen to ride during the transport of a T-38 Talon from the Bowling Green Regional Airport to the Bowling Green Aviation Heritage Park on Sept. 21.  The T-38 was the training jet used by WKU graduate and astronaut Terry Wilcutt and others trained for U.S. space exploration.The WKU Symphony performed at Bowling Green's Jackson's Orchard Sept. 20 to mark the beginning of their 2014-2015 performance season. Interested in future performances? You may purchase tickets at wku.showare.com.WKU Choral TapasStaff members from the Department of Facilities Management combined efforts last week to construct obstacles for the Light of Chance Hullabaloo family obstacle course, presented by the Bowling Green Kiwanis Club on Sept. 20.Focus on WKU Sept 27.  Register online today!

WKU was awarded the Operation P.R.I.D.E. Chairman's Award on Sept. 16th for contributions to the Bowling Green roundabout project at U.S. 31-W/Nashville Road and University Boulevard. WKU Chief Facilities Officer Bryan Russell accepted the award. Operation P.R.I.D.E. is a local non-profit organization dedicated to recognizing enhancements and innovation in our community.

WKU Geography and Geology Associate Professor Dr. Josh Durkee obtained this quad-copter image from 350 ft. above WKU’s campus showing approaching fog on Sept. 9.

WKU President Dr. Gary A. Ransdell was among the passengers chosen to ride during the transport of a T-38 Talon from the Bowling Green Regional Airport to the Bowling Green Aviation Heritage Park on Sept. 21. The T-38 was the training jet used by WKU graduate and astronaut Terry Wilcutt and others trained for U.S. space exploration.

The WKU Symphony performed at Bowling Green's Jackson's Orchard Sept. 20 to mark the beginning of their 2014-2015 performance season. Interested in future performances? You may purchase tickets at wku.showare.com.

Staff members from the Department of Facilities Management combined efforts last week to construct obstacles for the Light of Chance Hullabaloo family obstacle course, presented by the Bowling Green Kiwanis Club on Sept. 20.

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2014-2015 Cultural Enhancement Series presents Jazz with Wynton Marsala at the Lincoln Center Orchestra September 30, 2014, Van Meter Hall Auditorium, 7:30 p.m. wku.edu/go/ces, wku.showare.comThe Kentucky Museum presents Chester Cornett: Beyond the Narrow Sky, September 13-November 9, 2014. Visit this unique collection of works handcrafted by one of the finest folk artists of the 20th Century.For more information, go to wku.edu/kentuckymuseum or call 270-745-2592. Posting Dates: September 1-November 102014 Kentucky Museum Fall Camp. To Register, call or visit: 270-745-2594, Click here to register.Tuition and fees due date: September 23, 2014. wku.edu/bursarBuy your 2015 Talisman on TopNet today for just $20!SOKY Reads! A community “one book” reading project. Read the book. Join the Conversation. The Returned by Jason Mott is a program with author events, book discussions, and book giveaways. For more information, go to sokybookfest.orgThe Right Message at the Right Time can save lives: Applied Research in Crisis Communication. Monday, September 29, 2014 at 7pm at Grise Hall Auditorium Tim Sellnow, PHD University of Kentucky. A Swipeable Event presented by WKU Department of Communication

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WKU's Elizabethtown-Fort Knox campus is beginning the semester with a new leader. Amy Bingham talks to the new regional chancellor in this week's View from the Hill.

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