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WKU faculty member fashions career & research from love of sewing

WKU faculty member fashions career & research from love of sewing

Mar 22nd, 2018

WKU graduate Carrie Cox, assistant professor of Fashion Merchandising, who wrote a research paper on a Shaker silk kerchief as an undergraduate. She has revisited the research since returning to WKU in 2015.

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Research Continues on Modeling and Evaluating the Influences of Class V Injection Wells on Urban Karst Hydrology

Mar 21st, 2018

In a previous project, WKU Graduate student James Shelley discovered many problems related to the design, maintenance, and siting of Class V Injection Wells which are drilled wells into the limestone bedrock in Bowling Green, Kentucky...

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Does your service learning model impact students? Student and Faculty Research Different Approaches

Does your service learning model impact students? Student and Faculty Research Different Approaches

Mar 20th, 2018

WKU senior Alexa Hatcher is a first-generation student researching the impact of service learning on student persistence in college and community impact. Hatcher is a spring 2018 recipient of WKU's FUSE grant.

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Black History Month Salute: Monica Burke

Black History Month Salute: Monica Burke

Feb 28th, 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 Dr. Monica Burke, Associate Professor in the WKU Department of Counseling & Student Affairs.

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Black History Month Salute: Andre Dowell

Black History Month Salute: Andre Dowell

Feb 27th, 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 Andre Dowell, a graduate student from Brandenburg, KY.

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Black History Month Salute: Ambriehl Crutchfield

Black History Month Salute: Ambriehl Crutchfield

Feb 21st, 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 Ambriehl Crutchfield, a broadcasting senior from Nashville, TN.

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Black History Month Salute: Sharon Hunter

Black History Month Salute: Sharon Hunter

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.

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Black History Month Salute: Gaines Brown

Black History Month Salute: Gaines Brown

Feb 13th, 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 Gaines Brown, a Distinguished Minority Fellow and MPA student from Lexington, KY.

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Black History Month Salute: Robert Unseld

Black History Month Salute: Robert Unseld

Feb 6th, 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 Robert Unseld, director of WKU CCPD & SARC.

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Twin brothers promote involvement through Building Men of Worth

Twin brothers promote involvement through Building Men of Worth

Oct 19th, 2017

Making a difference in the lives of others is vital to WKU seniors Cam & Chris Currin. Hailing from Nashville, these twin brothers came to WKU for different majors, but they work together to address an issue that is important to WKU and to the nation.

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Injury inspires student athlete to pursue medical career

Injury inspires student athlete to pursue medical career

Oct 11th, 2017

When you’re a pitcher like Ben Morrison, suffering a shoulder injury isn’t the best thing for your baseball career. But when you’re a biology major (pre-med concentration) like Ben Morrison, suffering a shoulder injury might be a blessing in disguise.

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Greek student becomes winningest Lady Topper in WKU Tennis history

Greek student becomes winningest Lady Topper in WKU Tennis history

Oct 10th, 2017

In the past four years, Elpida Malamou, from Ioannina, Greece, has found success on the tennis court and support on the campus. She is the winningest Lady Topper in WKU Tennis history and was selected to the All-Conference singles first team by C-USA.

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International student gives back to campus community

International student gives back to campus community

Sep 19th, 2017

From the time he left his hometown of Arequipa, Peru, WKU Management and Economics senior Flavio Chavarri set out to make the most of receiving an education abroad.

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