Academically talented seventh graders from throughout Kentucky were honored by the Duke Talent Identification Program (Duke TIP) May 19 at Western Kentucky University.
The International Journal of Exercise Science (IJES), published in WKU’s TopSCHOLAR®, is being cited in PubMed, a database of more than 27 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals and online books.
Follow the WKU Storm Chasers who are participating in an annual meteorology course in the Great Plains and the Bike4Alz riders who will be making a cross country trip this summer.
Nine WKU students and recent alumni have been honored by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
A new grant has enabled a partnership that will spread a powerful message of embracing diversity throughout Kentucky and beyond.
The Office of Scholar Development at WKU has awarded 16 WKU students more than $23,000 in Lifetime Experience Grants during the 2016-17 academic year.
Sometimes college is put on hold when other factors, such as family, come into play. Going to school while raising children can appear to be a challenging, if not impossible, task at times. One recent WKU graduate shares her experience and success.
Eezy and Jeremy Reiss from Twitter’s design team have scheduled a Meetup event on May 25 at Eezy's office in WKU's Small Business Accelerator at the Center for Research and Development.
WKU presented the Ogden Foundation Scholar award and recognized other top students Saturday during undergraduate ceremonies of its 181st Commencement.
On Saturday, May 13, fifty-nine students representing forty counties from across the Commonwealth of Kentucky were recognized during The Gatton Academy’s tenth graduation ceremony in Van Meter Hall.
In his final Commencement as WKU president, Dr. Gary A. Ransdell reflected on his tenure and thanked members of the Class of 2017 and the campus community “for the most amazing 20 years at the most amazing university in America.”
WKU began its 181st Commencement on Friday night with the recognition of nearly 700 graduates of The Graduate School.
Three WKU students have received David L. Boren Scholarships sponsored by the National Security Education Program (NSEP) to fund study abroad in China and Jordan.
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The WKU National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) presented awards and recognized its spring 2017 graduates at a banquet on May 9.
WKU Provost David Lee has announced the appointment of Susann deVries as Dean of University Libraries.
Graduates of three doctoral programs will be recognized Friday night (May 12) during WKU’s 181st Commencement.
WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting has won the Hearst Journalism Award Program’s Intercollegiate Multimedia Competition for the sixth consecutive year; two students named finalists for national photojournalism championship.
Jessica Canada Wellman was honored last May as WKU’s Ogden Foundation Scholar, the top undergraduate academic award. On Friday night, she will receive the John D. Minton Award, The Graduate School’s top award.
The Southern Kentucky Book Fest partnership announced Chris Offutt as the winner of this year’s Kentucky Literary Award (KYLA) for his book "My Father, the Pornographer: A Memoir."
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The Kentucky Folklife Program, housed in WKU’s Department of Folk Studies & Anthropology in Bowling Green, is serving as a regional host partner for the 2017 Rural-Urban Exchange Community Intensive.
WKU Top Life welcomes our newest employees, hired in May 2017.
Two Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science in Kentucky students are spending their summer completing research internships in South Korea. The 10-week internships are in the Chemistry Department of Changwon National University.
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