Time: 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Location: Gary A Ransdell Hall Auditorium
REACH Week, March 19-24, is a time when WKU is celebrating the exciting research and creative activities students are engaged in. During this week, each College organizes an event that celebrates REACH activitieswithin that College. On Monday evening, March 19th, the WKU Honors College invites you to celebrate students conducting research and creative endeavors across the campus, as representatives of the Honors College, and their respective majors. We have asked CE/T students from each of the 6 colleges (Ogden, Potter, CEBS, CHHS, University and GFSB) to give a brief presentation of the ways research and creative endeavors can be conducted within that college and how that translates into meaningful opportunities for academic and career pursuits. The entire program is student-led, with Nate Hovee acting as master of ceremonies, and Amy Bishop (CEBS & UNIV), John Clark (Ogden), Jarrod Connally (GFSB), Jennifer Thomas (Potter) and Adrienne Reuter (CHHS) providing the brief synopses of their CET experiences. Questions on the CET process & funding resources, as well as hors d’oeuvres will follow the presentations. The program will be held in the auditorium of Gary Ransdell Hall, and will begin at 6:30.