WKU seniors Katelyn Highbaugh of Glasgow and Andrew Salman of Adolphus will be recognized Wednesday night (Oct. 23) as the first recipients of the Global Pathways to Sustainability Scholarship.
The WKU Food Fight ended yesterday with WKU Micro Club finishing in 4th place out of 14 WKU organizations. In total, we donated $153 and 88 pounds worth of food. Great job, everyone! Thanks to everyone who participated!
A WKU biology professor and his students are using a small fruit fly to find answers for a large question about how cancer cells migrate and grow.
Keeping Time under the Midnight Sun: Behavioral and Plasma Melatonin Profiles of Free-Living Lapland Longspurs during the Arctic Summer
An award of $4000 from the General Motors Foundation in the summer of 2013 will support the Center to work with the local schools in facilitating water quality testing at Trammel Creek.
Professor, students work with the Centers for Disease Control to study parasitic worms
On June 20, 2013, Roundstone Native Seed, LLC from Upton, KY, sent two employees to Durbin Estate to spread mixtures of grass seed around the upland waterway and the bottomland. Click title for more information.
Congratulations, Dr. King!