The Regional Chancellor of Western Kentucky University Elizabethtown-Fort Knox (WKU-E), Dr. Evelyn A. Ellis, is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Royce Young to the position of academic advisor at Fort Knox.
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Hardin Memorial Health (HMH) and WKU officials announced a new partnership to remove financial barriers for HMH licensed practical nurses (LPNs) who want to advance their education and careers.
WKU will confer degrees and certificates to 2,605 spring and summer graduates during its 181st Commencement.
The decision to further your education is one of the most important decisions you’ll make in your life. Often the hardest part of the journey is to get started.
Fort Knox Education Center and Western Kentucky University, Elizabethtown and Fort Knox campuses, are partnering with the Kentucky Innovation Network and the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development to host an Entrepreneurial Summit.
On a rainy Saturday afternoon, children were able to celebrate science at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College.
Before Gary Ransdell officially steps down as president of WKU, he's embarking on a victory tour of sorts to celebrate his tenure.
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Western Kentucky University recently participated in a Continuing Education Degree Program (CEDP) Signing Ceremony with the U.S. Army Recruiting and Retention College (USAREC) at Ft. Knox.
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