WKU Center for Literacy Fellowship
The WKU Center for Literacy receives funding from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation. These generous monies are used to fund the different activities the Center for Literacy coordinates on both WKU's campus and the local community in areas related to literacy, adult basic education, English as a Second Language, college success, student retention, academic achievement, educational opportunities, and more.
In the spirit of being a good steward of the money that the Dollar General Literacy Foundation provides to the Center for Literacy, we are seeking other like-minded educators to help meet our collective mission of improving literacy and educational attainment in our campus, local, and global communities. To meet this end, we have established the WKU Center for Literacy Fellowship.
Any WKU faculty, staff, or student (from undergraduate to doctoral) may apply to be a WKU Center for Literacy Fellow. All you need to apply is a desire to help with the mission of literacy and educational attainment and success in a new and innovative way. In turn, we'll assist with providing resources and materials you will need to accomplish your vision.
The "report" due at the end of the Fellowship can also exist in a variety of formats, including a potentially publishable manuscript. If you have any questions, need more information, or would just like to talk about Fellowship possibilities, please email (email@example.com) or call (270-745-2207) Dr. Jeremy Logsdon, Director of the WKU Center for Literacy.