Meetings continued March 24th in Iceland about WKU’s new climate change research agreements with Icelandic leadership. Pictured: WKU Geography & Geology’s Dr. Jason Polk and Dr. Leslie North, University of Akureyri Rector Eyjolfur Guomundsson, Iceland President Olafur Grimsson, WKU President Gary A. Ransdell, WKU Scholar in Residence Dr. Bernie Strenecky, and Director of Icelandic Arctic Cooperation Network, Embla Eir Oddsdottir
Workers placed the cupola on the WKU Honors and International Center on Wednesday, March 25. The building is expected to open in Fall 2015.
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Preceding Monday’s signing ceremony in Akureyri, Iceland, members of WKU and UNAK held a short dedication ceremony where a plaque was given to UNAK on behalf of WKU students and The $100 Solution for the apple “Tree of Change” planted on their campus to match the one planted at WKU this past October.
It’s being called a game changer for the Kentucky Proud program. The Farm to Campus initiative unveiled this week at WKU will provide a huge boost to local farmers as Amy Bingham explains in this week's View from the Hill.