The WKU Cultural Enhancement Series presented An Evening with Bill Nye "The Science Guy" on Oct. 15 to a sold out crowd at Diddle Arena. Click this image to view upcoming WKU CES events.
WKU students Parker Kuhn of Lexington, Laura Allen of Edgewood, Brent Stephens of Winchester, and Trevor Davis of Louisville were recently able to learn about careers in long term care at the 2014 LeadingAge Annual Meeting.
WKU’s ROTC program hosted Roshan Safi, Sergeant Major of the Afghan National Army, and Mohammad Ali Hussaini, Command Sergeant Major of Ground Force Command, on Tuesday (Oct. 28).
WKU provides students with opportunities to obtain hands-on experience in their fields of study. The WKU Physical Therapy program is a great example. Click this image to learn more about program offerings at WKU.
WKU congratulates Owensboro High School Senior Gabe Fillman on being the 2,019th student admitted into the WKU Class of 2019! Gabe received the news during a surprise visit from WKU President Gary A. Ransdell, Big Red, and his family. #welcometotheHill #wku19
As part of Sustainability Day (October 22), Natalia Allen spoke about sustainable clothes in her talk “Are Clothes Modern? Fashion With a Conscience.”
Prof. Walker Rutledge & his "Hemingway & Faulkner" class recently traveled to Rowan Oak--the home of William Faulkner in Oxford, MS.
One of Bowling Green's best kept secrets is now open to the public for everyone to enjoy. Amy Bingham has more on just what the Baker Arboretum and Downing Museum has to offer in this week’s View from the Hill.