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The Partnership Between General Motors and the Center Continues...

GM Foundation funding will be used to support GM GREEN, a partnership between community-based organizations in GM communities and the nonprofit organization Earth Force.  Locally, the Center for Environmental Education and Sustainability at WKU has been coordinating GM GREEN in Bowling Green since 2005.  Through the program, young people are challenged to be active community citizens, tackling water quality issues with hands-on science.

This fall, the Center is planning to facilitate stream investigations at Trammel Creek with local schools.  A typical stream investigation allows the students to study the physical, chemical and biological aspects of Trammel Creek.  We plan to take students from Bowling Green Independent, Russellville Independent, and Warren County Public schools in the month of September. 

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'Why Sharks Attack,' an episode of NOVA that premieres next month on public television, will include video footage shot last summer at WKU.

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Announcements
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'Why Sharks Attack' includes expertise of WKU professors

'Why Sharks Attack,' an episode of NOVA that premieres next month on public television, will include video footage shot last summer at WKU.

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Announcements
Hats Off to Women Awards for 2014

Biology's Jessica Dunnegan (professional staff) and Kerrie McDaniel (faculty) are recipients!

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