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WKU to open new geology lab on Feb. 5

WKU to open new geology lab on Feb. 5

WKU will celebrate the opening of a new geology lab at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday (Feb. 5).

The William G. Reynolds Geological Resources Lab, located in room 326 of the Environmental Science and Technology Building, was made possible through a gift from the Richard S. Reynolds Foundation.

Speakers will include WKU President Gary Ransdell, Randy Reynolds of the Reynolds Foundation, Ogden College Dean Cheryl Stevens and Geography and Geology Department Head David Keeling.

Contact: Krista Steenbergen, (270) 745-6994.

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