Faculty and staff honored for efforts in seeking external funding support for research, teaching, public service and/or creative activities.
A ribbon cutting was held on Tuesday, October 18 to celebrate the opening of the WKU NOVA Center featuring the Large Chamber Scanning Electron Microscope (LC-SEM).
In these tough economic times innovation is more important than ever and companies that are trying new things were recognized at the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce Industry Appreciation Dinner on Thursday, September 29.
Pamela Napier announced her resignation as Associate Director, Office of Sponsored Programs effective October 14, 2011 after 15 years of service at WKU.
Paula Mattison has joined the WKU Office of Research staff as Director of Business Operations for the Office of Research and the WKU Research Foundation effective October 1, 2011.
The WKU Office of Research announced Miller Slaughter as the new Small Business Development Center (SBDC) director. Slaughter will be responsible for directing the services of the SBDC to assist new ventures and existing businesses to succeed.
A donation from the Perdue Foundation to WKU-O showcases how private enterprise and the university can work together to increase research opportunities. Dr. Gordon Baylis, VP of Research at WKU thanks Perdue for their role in food technology research.
Dr. Jill Maples, WKU assistant professor of exercise science selected as co-winner in the first “Science Idol” competition at the National IDeA Symposium of Biomedical Research Excellence in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Moon-Soo Kim, assistant professor in chemistry at WKU, has received a $249,978 National Science Foundation grant for students to work with WKU and South Korean collaborators to develop a point-of-care diagnostic for pathogen detection.