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WKU Aging staff receives ACHCA Fellow designation

Melanie Eaton, new employee and part-time instructor for WKU Aging, receives Fellow status with American College of Healthcare Administrators (ACHCA). Mrs. eaton is a M.B.A. and Healthcare Administration WKU grad with over 10 years professional experience in leadership and managemcareer healthcare and aging services.

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WKU Aging GA Receives National Scholarship

Darla Hayden, a student in the Master's in Health Care Administration program, is one of two recipients of the W. Phillip McConnell Scholarship to attend the ACHCA meetings in April 2014.

WKU Aging facilitating gathering of age-friendly entities

WKU Aging, AARP Kentucky, Barren River Area Development District and the City of Bowling Green are hosting a networking opportunity for organizations and businesses that have undertaken age-friendly initiatives.

Gerontology Instructor, WKU grad attend National Emerging Leadership Summit

Center for Gerontology Instructor Dr. Keith Knapp, WKU grad attend National Emerging Leadership Summit

WKU Aging staff receives ACHCA Fellow designation

Melanie Eaton, new employee and part-time instructor for WKU Aging, receives Fellow status with American College of Healthcare Administrators (ACHCA).

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WKU Aging facilitating gathering of age-friendly entities

WKU Aging, AARP Kentucky, Barren River Area Development District and the City of Bowling Green are hosting a networking opportunity for organizations and businesses that have undertaken age-friendly initiatives.

Gerontology Instructor, WKU grad attend National Emerging Leadership Summit

Center for Gerontology Instructor Dr. Keith Knapp, WKU grad attend National Emerging Leadership Summit

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