Our theme for the National F1rst Gen Day Celebration is: Desserts & Degrees! Enjoy a sweet treat and learn how to excel as a first-generation Hilltopper! This event is part of the Make It Count (MIC) series. Attendance will count toward the scholarship drawing opportunity. See the webpage for more details.
We’re trying to reenergize and reorganize the WKU Math Club this semester!
The WKU Math Club exists to provide a social outlet for math lovers, likers, and non-haters. In the past we’ve organized game nights, trivia contests, movie nights, origami folding sessions, and other fun activities that are related (at least tangentially) to mathematics.
But we want the club to be whatever YOU want it to be!! If you are interested in being a part of a newly revitalized WKU Math Club, please join us for an organizational, brainstorming, and planning meeting on Wednesday, November 8 at 5:00 p.m. in COHH 4123. We will have FREE PIZZA and other snacks.
If you have any questions or comments, please let me know!
Panel discussion with WKU historians Dr. David Lee, University Historian; Dr. Kate Brown, Associate Professor, History; Dr. Jennifer Hanley, Associate Professor History; and Dr. Marko Dumančić, Director, Center for Innovative Teaching and Learning. The past has always been subject to interpretation discussion and reinterpretation. However, for many, history was often presented to students as a singular agreed upon narrative. Today, most historians agree that history should be studied from a multi-perspective approach. Join panelists in an exploration of how history has been, is currently, and might be, taught in the future.