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Over the past 5 years, 27 MPH students have gone on to PhD/DrPH programs. Congratulations, and good luck to our MPH graduates on their journey to further their education!
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Feb 16th, 2018
The WKU Board of Regents will hold its first quarterly meeting at 9 a.m. Friday, Feb. 23. The meeting will be in the Martin Regents Room of Jody Richards Hall.
Nicole Camargo and Amanda Collins, two ONE Campus Leaders at WKU, were chosen to participate in an exclusive summit in Washington, D.C., focused on fighting extreme poverty and disease.
This year’s International Year of program at WKU focuses on Bosnia and Herzegovina, a country whose immigrants make up nearly 10 percent of Bowling Green’s population. Amy Bingham shows how the stories are coming to life in this View from the Hill.
Three students received Student Government Association Study Away scholarships for Spring 2018.
Feb 14th, 2018
This month, we're highlighting the work of African American faculty, staff, students, and alumni who make a difference each day at WKU. Today, we focus on Sharon Hunter, Director of Strategic Enrollment Management and Retention Support at WKU.
An exhibit of 20 murals depicting powerful messages about the Holocaust will open March 1-15 at the National Corvette Museum. The murals were created by students participating in The Center for Gifted Studies VAMPY program.
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