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February 2012 View from the Hill

View From the Hill

"View from the Hill" is a weekly segment highlighting the programs, people and happenings that make WKU a leading American university with international reach.

The reports can be seen on Bowling Green's ABC affiliate, WBKO, on Thursdays at 5 and 10 pm.

If you have an idea for a future segment, please contact Amy DeCesare.  

February  Archives

February 2,  2012
February  9,  2012


Oklahoma Director  - A WKU Alumnus, whose had success on Broadway and on the big screen, is directing "Oklahoma" for WKU's Theatre and Dance Department.  Jeremy Benton talks about the role WKU has played in his success.


The Learning Center - The semester is only a few weeks old and already WKU's study hall monitoring facility is buzzing with activity.  In this week's View from the Hill, Amy Bingham shows us how some of the university's brightest students are helping their peers achieve success.



February 16,  2012
February 23, 2012




2012 Class KY Teacher Hall of Fame - The newest inductees into the Governor Louie Nunn Kentucky Teacher Hall of Fame have nearly ninety years of combined teaching experience.  They were recognized earlier this week in a special ceremony at the state capitol.



Summer Scholarship Program - Summer School is going to be cheaper for more than 700 students at WKU this summer.  In this week's View from the HIll, Amy Bingham tells us how a summer scholarshipi program will help lighten the financial load for students.






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