Dr. Gary Villareal's Social Work Students Collect Donations
|Date: Wednesday, June 1st, 2011||Return to Archive|
Dr. Villareal’s Social Work Students Collect Donations
Dr. Villareal’s SWRK 381 Practice III student group collected donations in Bowling Green and surrounding areas for various causes such as the Pregnancy Support Center, Butler County High School Service Center, and Barren River Area Safe Space (B.R.A.S.S.)
SWRK 381 Practice III students collected donations for the Pregnancy Support Center (Tisha Blakeley, Bethann Daughtery, Tiffany Ligon, & Peter Aquadro)
SWRK 381 Practice III students collected donations for the Butler County High School Service Center (Terri Petzold, Amy Belcher, Loren Ward, & Julie Griffin)
SWRK 381 Practice III students collecting donations for Barren River Area Safe Space (B.R.A.S.S.) at Kroger (Cindy Watson, Sophie Routt, & Marly Johnson, Lindsey Porter)
A new partnership between the Barren County Detention Center and Western Kentucky University has kicked off with half a dozen or so inmates getting preventive care from dental hygiene students.
A Western Kentucky University team of researchers, Evie Oregon, PhD, Lauren McCoy, J.D. and Lacee Carmon-Johnson, PhD, have been awarded an NCAA Innovations in Research and Practice grant to design a 100% Online Athlete Bridge to Career Development (A.B.
The WKU Recreation Administration program will offer their second annual summer fly-fishing course in Montana for high school students.
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