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Nov 29th, 2022
The Kentucky Folklife Program is accepting nominations for the 2023 Homer Ledford Award, through February 1. This award honors outstanding Kentucky luthiers in memory of master luthier, musician, and educator Homer Ledford.
Did you know that museums – as part of the arts sector – are vital to our economic, social, and personal well-being? This #GivingTuesday, here’s three reasons that you should become a supporter of the Kentucky Museum.
Nov 28th, 2022
Nov 22nd, 2022
On Wednesday, November 16, the Gender & Women’s Studies program hosted a screening of Promising Young Woman (2020) proceeded by a panel discussion on sexual assault awareness, prevention, and advocacy.
Nov 17th, 2022
Kaylee ben Yosef, a senior of the WKU English Department, obtained a paid internship position at Franklin Precision Industry (FPI) as a translator for Japanese employees.
Oct 11th, 2022
On Thursday, October 20 at 7:00 pm in CH 125, the English Department and GWS program will host the 2022 Gail Martin Lecture by Dr. Carissa Harris, entitled “Sexual Consent, Vulnerability, and Pleasure in Medieval England and Scotland.”
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