WKU Alumnus & Emmy-nominated writer and producer Kirker Butler visited WKU for a talk and book signing on Tuesday, April 14.
The Kentucky Strings: Bluegrass Music & Beyond event was held Thursday, April 16, as part of WKU's Cultural Enhancement Series.
WKU Art Education Program, wkuarteducation.com, goes International to Cuba, and extends its services and cross-cultural collaboration across the 90 miles south of Florida. Click the photo for detailed information.
Robbin Taylor, WKU’s vice president for Public Affairs, was named the recipient of the 2015 ATHENA Award from the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce on April 16th. The award was presented by Chamber President and CEO Ron Bunch. The ATHENA Foundation is dedicated to recognizing individual leaders who have opened doors of opportunity for women in the workplace and beyond.
A WKU Alum who has written on shows like Family Guy, The Cleveland Show and even ABC’s recent mini-series Galavant is back in Kentucky promoting his new book. Amy Bingham talks to him in this week’s View from the Hill.