An informational session for adult learners interested in attending WKU was held Thursday, June 30 at the WKU Glasgow Regional Campus.
Nearly 220 seventh through tenth graders are attending the Summer Program for Verbally and Mathematically Precocious Youth (VAMPY) hosted by The Center for Gifted Studies at WKU through July 11.
Robin Shea, host of Cooking 80/20, and her special guest Paula Deen proudly wave the Red Towel during a taping of the show that is filmed at the WKYU studios on the campus of WKU.
The WKU International Student Office hosted one of several Iftar Dinners July 6 for students observing Ramadan. Iftar Dinners are free and open to the public, with several taking place this month. For more info, please visit the WKU Events Calendar.
For 33 years, Western Kentucky University has been a pioneer in gifted education. A new opportunity is now available to teachers of gifted and talented students, as Amy Bingham explains in this week’sView from the Hill.