Hilltoppers in China
- Author: Thomas Millington
- Author: Thursday, August 18th, 2011
Who said study abroad is only for students? On July 10th 43 members of the WKU community traveled to China through a program arranged by the Confucius Institute. Throughout their three-week stay in this country, the participants will work on their Chinese language skills, learn and embrace the Chinese culture, visit amazing locations and more importantly, create memories that will last a lifetime.
To follow the group's activities, check out the official Confucius Institute blog.
Today@WKU: January 17, 2019
Jan 17th, 2019
Today@WKU for January 17, 2019 -- Minton Hall to remain closed for spring semester; Student Success Summit begins this morning; spring semester parking and transit update; plus news from WKU Sports, WKU Admissions, WKU Alumni and more.
Minton Hall will remain closed for spring semester
Jan 16th, 2019
WKU will delay the reopening of Minton Hall until fall 2019.
Spring 2019 Parking and Transportation
Jan 16th, 2019
Normal operations begin 1/22 at 7:15 AM
WKU student wins Hearst photo competition, qualifies for national championship
Jan 11th, 2019
WKU student Gabriel Scarlett won the first photojournalism competition of the 2018-2019 Hearst Journalism Awards Program.
Book by Diana Hope Polley selected as winner of Warren-Brooks Award
Jan 9th, 2019
"Echoes of Emerson: Rethinking Realism in Twain, James, Wharton, and Cather," written by Diana Hope Polley and published by the University of Alabama Press, has been selected as the 2018 winner of the Robert Penn Warren-Cleanth Brooks Award.
WKU's academic colleges recognize fall 2018 graduates
Dec 15th, 2018
WKU’s five academic colleges recognized their fall 2018 graduates in ceremonies Saturday (Dec. 15) at Diddle Arena.