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Sarah Schrader Awarded Pearson Prize for Higher Education
Sarah Schrader Awarded Pearson Prize for Higher Education (September 23rd, 2013)

Graduations, Sarah!

Dr. Noah Ashley Discusses Timekeeping in the Arctic
Dr. Noah Ashley Discusses Timekeeping in the Arctic (September 23rd, 2013)

Keeping Time under the Midnight Sun: Behavioral and Plasma Melatonin Profiles of Free-Living Lapland Longspurs during the Arctic Summer

The Partnership Between General Motors and the Center Continues... (September 6th, 2013)

An award of $4000 from the General Motors Foundation in the summer of 2013 will support the Center to work with the local schools in facilitating water quality testing at Trammel Creek.

Dr. Cheryl Davis and students in The Daily News for Parasite Project
Dr. Cheryl Davis and students in The Daily News for Parasite Project (September 6th, 2013)

Professor, students work with the Centers for Disease Control to study parasitic worms

Roundstone Native Seed, LLC spreads Seed to Cover the Basin (July 19th, 2013)

On June 20, 2013, Roundstone Native Seed, LLC from Upton, KY, sent two employees to Durbin Estate to spread mixtures of grass seed around the upland waterway and the bottomland. Click title for more information.

WKU-Child Care Center (CCC) Garden Club 2013 (July 19th, 2013)

The Center's Office Associate, Trish Sowell worked with CCC teacher, Christy Rogers and her students, through hands-on engagement developing a garden. Click the title for more information and access to a presentation.

GWC Enterprise Starts Installing Underground Utilities (July 19th, 2013)

On June 20, 2013, GWC Enterprise starts installing the underground utilities at the Durbin Estate Project for the water, sewer and electric lines. For more information, click the title.

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'Why Sharks Attack' includes expertise of WKU professors

'Why Sharks Attack,' an episode of NOVA that premieres next month on public television, will include video footage shot last summer at WKU.

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'Why Sharks Attack' includes expertise of WKU professors

'Why Sharks Attack,' an episode of NOVA that premieres next month on public television, will include video footage shot last summer at WKU.

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Announcements
Hats Off to Women Awards for 2014

Biology's Jessica Dunnegan (professional staff) and Kerrie McDaniel (faculty) are recipients!

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