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Congratulations to Dr. Michael Ann Williams, University Distinguished Professor of Folk Studies, Emeritus
May 20th, 2019
The Department of Folk Studies is pleased to announce that retired University Distinguished Professor of Folk Studies Michael Ann Williams was recently awarded the title Emeritus.
2 WKU students selected for Fulbright Summer Institutes
May 20th, 2019
For the third year in a row, two WKU students have been selected to participate in Fulbright Summer Institutes in the United Kingdom.
Congratulations to our 2019 Folk Studies & Anthropology Grads and Award Winners!
May 18th, 2019
On May 10th the Department of Folk Studies & Anthropology celebrated our graduates with an awards and hooding ceremony. Our BA and MA grads are going on to further graduate study or to careers in fields including museums, education, and industry.
The Ashen Egg Celebrates its Seventh Edition
May 17th, 2019
The Ashen Egg is an annual journal written by the WKU English Department showcasing undergraduate essays on literature, film, rhetoric, English pedagogy, linguistics, and popular culture.
10th annual WKU Storm Chase class on road May 18-June 1
May 13th, 2019
WKU student Olivia Cahill will accomplish one goal when the WKU Storm Chase class begins its 10th journey across the Great Plains. Cahill is one of eight students who will leave the WKU campus May 18 for the annual two-week trip.
WKU's academic colleges recognize spring 2019 graduates
May 11th, 2019
Congratulations to Potter College graduates and especially English for Secondary Teachers majors Morgan Aldridge, Delaney Lauren Holt, and Allison C. Millay— all three were named Scholars of the College! Way to go!