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Regents approve tuition, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Regents approve tuition, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (April 28th, 2017)

WKU’s Board of Regents approved tuition and mandatory student fees for 2018 fiscal year and approved consolidating Engineering, Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences and Computer Science into the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

WKU student awarded Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant
WKU student awarded Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant (April 26th, 2017)

WKU student Emily Peck of Russell Springs recently was awarded a Study Abroad Grant worth $1,000 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi—the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.

Cultural Enhancement Series announces 2017-18 season lineup
Cultural Enhancement Series announces 2017-18 season lineup (April 25th, 2017)

The 2017-2018 Cultural Enhancement Series Committee has announced its season lineup for the academic year beginning this fall.

Students from WKU Arabic Program represent U.S. in international debate competition
Students from WKU Arabic Program represent U.S. in international debate competition (April 19th, 2017)

Three students from the WKU Arabic Program -- Savannah Gillam of Bowling Green, Jordan Miller of Villa Hills and Mollie Todd of Flemingsburg -- represented the U.S. at the International Universities Arabic Debating Championship April 8-12 in Qatar.

WKU graduate to present lecture on U.S. immigration law
WKU graduate to present lecture on U.S. immigration law (April 18th, 2017)

Mario H. Nguyen, a 2012 WKU graduate, will return to campus on April 25 to give a talk on the origins, evolution and current state of U.S. immigration law as part of the 11th annual Tracing the Unexplored Series.

Geoscience graduate student awarded GSA research grant for project in Ethiopia
Geoscience graduate student awarded GSA research grant for project in Ethiopia (April 18th, 2017)

Shelby Bowden, a WKU Geoscience graduate student from Greenville, South Carolina, has been awarded the prestigious 2017 Graduate Student Research Grant from the Geological Society of America for his master’s thesis project in Ethiopia.

WKU launches SpiritFunder with 3 inaugural crowdfunding campaigns (April 17th, 2017)

SpiritFunder, WKU’s very own crowdfunding platform, launched Monday (April 17).

WKU student awarded Humanity in Action Fellowship
WKU student awarded Humanity in Action Fellowship (April 13th, 2017)

WKU senior Jay Todd Richey has been awarded a Humanity in Action Fellowship to study human rights in Warsaw, Poland, in the summer of 2017.

WKU geology team participates in international finals of Imperial Barrel Award contest
WKU geology team participates in international finals of Imperial Barrel Award contest (April 11th, 2017)

A team of WKU geology students participated in the 2017 finals of the prestigious Imperial Barrel Award (IBA) program.

WKU's Model Arab League team participates in national event (April 7th, 2017)

WKU’s Model Arab League team participated in its first National University Model Arab League March 31-April 2 in Washington, D.C.

2 WKU students honored by Goldwater Program
2 WKU students honored by Goldwater Program (April 7th, 2017)

Two WKU students have been honored by the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program, the premier award for undergraduates pursuing careers in science, mathematics or engineering.

9 WKU students recognized by State Department
9 WKU students recognized by State Department's Critical Language Scholarship Program (April 5th, 2017)

Nine WKU students have been recognized by the U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship Program.

CBS Sunday Morning to air segment on exhibit at WKU
CBS Sunday Morning to air segment on exhibit at WKU (April 5th, 2017)

CBS Sunday Morning will air a segment April 9 on Living On A Dollar A Day: The lives and faces of the world’s poor, an interactive photo exhibit by Renée C. Byer that is on display at WKU's School of Journalism & Broadcasting.

Confucius Institute at WKU hosts inaugural Chinese Bridge Competition
Confucius Institute at WKU hosts inaugural Chinese Bridge Competition (March 30th, 2017)

Sixty-five students showcased their knowledge of Chinese language and culture during the Confucius Institute at WKU’s inaugural Chinese Bridge Competition on March 25.

2 WKU faculty members selected for Fulbright awards
2 WKU faculty members selected for Fulbright awards (March 29th, 2017)

WKU faculty members Saundra Curry Ardrey and Kam C. (Johnny) Chan have been selected for Fulbright U.S. Scholar grants.

WKU wins Hearst Intercollegiate Photojournalism Competition for 23rd time
WKU wins Hearst Intercollegiate Photojournalism Competition for 23rd time (March 24th, 2017)

WKU’s School of Journalism and Broadcasting has won the Hearst Journalism Award Program’s Intercollegiate Photojournalism Competition for the 23rd time in the past 28 years.

Biology graduate publishes research on
Biology graduate publishes research on 'Examining Human Perception of Elephants and Large Trees for Insights into Conservation of an African Savanna Ecosystem' (March 23rd, 2017)

WKU graduate Adam Edge is the lead author of a new publication in the journal Human Dimensions of Wildlife.

WKU to celebrate 2nd annual Fulbright Week April 3-7
WKU to celebrate 2nd annual Fulbright Week April 3-7 (March 23rd, 2017)

WKU will celebrate the second annual Fulbright Week April 3-7 with events for prospective students and faculty.

28 students, 7 faculty members participate in Winter Term course in Ecuador (February 5th, 2013)

For the 20th year, the WKU Department of Agriculture sponsored a short-term study abroad course to Ecuador.

'Day of Workshops' on Feb. 7 to raise awareness of national scholarships (February 1st, 2013)

The Office of Scholar Development at WKU is sponsoring a "Day of Workshops" on Thursday (Feb. 7) to raise campus awareness of nationally competitive scholarships and other opportunities for research, creative work and professional development.

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Regents approve tuition, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

WKU’s Board of Regents approved tuition and mandatory student fees for 2018 fiscal year and approved consolidating Engineering, Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences and Computer Science into the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

WKU student awarded Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grant

WKU student Emily Peck of Russell Springs recently was awarded a Study Abroad Grant worth $1,000 from The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi—the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.

Cultural Enhancement Series announces 2017-18 season lineup

The 2017-2018 Cultural Enhancement Series Committee has announced its season lineup for the academic year beginning this fall.

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Regents approve tuition, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences

WKU’s Board of Regents approved tuition and mandatory student fees for 2018 fiscal year and approved consolidating Engineering, Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences and Computer Science into the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Cultural Enhancement Series announces 2017-18 season lineup

The 2017-2018 Cultural Enhancement Series Committee has announced its season lineup for the academic year beginning this fall.

Geoscience graduate student awarded GSA research grant for project in Ethiopia

Shelby Bowden, a WKU Geoscience graduate student from Greenville, South Carolina, has been awarded the prestigious 2017 Graduate Student Research Grant from the Geological Society of America for his master’s thesis project in Ethiopia.

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