WKU Alumnus & Emmy-nominated writer and producer Kirker Butler visited WKU for a talk and book signing on Tuesday, April 14.
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.
WKU Art Education Program, wkuarteducation.com, goes International to Cuba, and extends its services and cross-cultural collaboration across the 90 miles south of Florida. Click the photo for detailed information.
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.
With the semester beginning to wind down, WKU’s Glasgow campus is promoting the success of its education department. Amy Bingham profiles two graduates of the program in this week’s View from the Hill.