WKU Class of 2019WKU Cheerleaders welcoming the WKU Class of 2019 The WKU Hill House is a graduate assistant program of the WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships. Students are selected to live and work together at the Hill House, with a shared goal of building a strong local community and improving quality of life. The Hill House Open House & Proclamation Signing will take place Friday, September 18th.WKU Board of Regents Chair Frederick Higdon and WKU President Dr. Gary A. Ransdell awarded the annual Spirit of WKU Award to Ms. Robin Ayers, instructor in the Department of Mathematics at the August 21 Opening Convocation ceremony.  View all the award winners and more at WKU News.Back of Cherry HallWKU aerial image of campusInternational Students were welcomed with a special dinner Wednesday (8/19) at the Kentucky Museum.First Day of Classes at WKU

The WKU Hill House is a graduate assistant program of the WKU ALIVE Center for Community Partnerships. Students are selected to live and work together at the Hill House, with a shared goal of building a strong local community and improving quality of life. The Hill House Open House & Proclamation Signing will take place Friday, September 18th.

WKU Board of Regents Chair Frederick Higdon and WKU President Dr. Gary A. Ransdell awarded the annual Spirit of WKU Award to Ms. Robin Ayers, instructor in the Department of Mathematics at the August 21 Opening Convocation ceremony. View all the award winners and more at WKU News.

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International Students were welcomed with a special dinner Wednesday (8/19) at the Kentucky Museum.


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Nominate your family to be the next WKU Family of the Year! WKU Parent and Family Programs – Winning family recognized at WKU Parent and Family Weekend. Nominating student of the 2015 Family of the Year receives a scholarship! Nomination deadline: Tuesday, September 1. Learn more and submit a nomination at www.wku.edu/pfw.Project Affect. Campus and Community Engagement Fair. Wednesday, September 9 10:30am-2:30pm. WKU Centennial Mall. Learn how you can get involved on campus and in the community. Register your group to have a table at http://bit.ly/projectaffect.Majors and Minors & Study Abroad Fair – September 16 – 11:00AM to 2:00PM – Preston CenterWKU Glasgow Military Student Services Center Dedication Ceremony. Wednesday, September 2. 10am CDT.Have you heard from Johannesburg?Our Town by Thornton Wilder. September 24-29, 2015. Russell Miller Theatre, FAC. 8pm Sunday at 3pm. $15 for adults, $12 fdore students. WKU Theatre & Dance.2015-2016 Cultural Enhancement Series presents Nina Totenberg. Monday, September 21, 2015. Van Meter Hall Auditorium. 7:30pm CT. WKU. WKU.edu/go/cesWKU Gender & Women's Studies: The Life & Times of Rosie the Riveter. 9/10/2015. 7pm. Cherry Hall. Swipeable Event! wku.edu/womensstudies.

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A few years ago, WKU brought the idea of combining exercise with bingo to assisted living facilities throughout the Bowling Green area. Now “Bingocize” has been taken a step further as Amy Bingham explains in this week’s View from the Hill.

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