Location: Gary Ransdell Hall Auditorium (GAR 1074)
The ACLU of Kentucky and Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty are bringing Mississippi death row exoneree Sabrina Butler Porter back to the commonwealth to share her story this month. She is the only female death row exoneree in the United States. Porter was a teenager when she was sentenced to death for the abuse and murder of her infant son. After spending three years on death row, and five years in prison, Porter was exonerated when investigators determined her son died from natural causes. Porter will be touring Kentucky universities, April 7-9. She first visited Kentucky fall 2013.
Baker Arboretum and WKU Department of Agriculture Present:
ROCK GARDENS: A DRAMATIC COMPONENT OF THE GARDEN
By Panayoti Kelaidis
Senior Curator and Director of Outreach at the Denver Botanic Gardens
Thursday, April 9 at 7:00 pm
Auditorium Room 138
Knicely Conference Center
2355 Nashville Road
FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC
Bring a friend!
Panayoti Kelaidis has traveled the world as a plant explorer and is credited with steering the last 20 years of Western gardening changes. He was awarded the American Horticultural Society’s Liberty Hyde Bailey award for lifetime achievement in horticulture. His enthusiasm and deep plant knowledge inspires the love of plants for all levels of gardener, from novice to the expert.