Potter College News
WKU student creates artwork for Iceland’s president
- Friday, April 3rd, 2015
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Jun 28th, 2022
The Kentucky Museum at WKU has received a grant from the Kentucky Local History Trust Fund to provide partial support for conservation of garments in the Mrs. A. H. Taylor Collection.
Jun 7th, 2022
Folk Studies graduate Taylor Dooley Burden has received a prestigious Archie Green Fellowship, awarded by the American Folklife Center (AFC) of the Library of Congress, to support her project “The Occupational Lives of Religious Workers in Kentuckiana.
Jun 3rd, 2022
The Kentucky Museum is hosting Nuestro hogar Kentucky, Our Kentucky Home, an exhibition of artworks by Kentuckians of Hispanic or Latin American heritage. The exhibit runs June 3 to 29, 2022.
May 25th, 2022
“In support of the Stop Asian Hate movement, my friends and I founded WKU’s first-ever Asian American Student Association (AASA). We created the AASA to represent the interests of Asian students at WKU,” said Grace Meiser, a WKU senior from Wilder,
May 25th, 2022
Miriam Dawson and Autumn Eichhorn, students in the Chinese Flagship Program at WKU, have been awarded $25,000 David L. Boren Scholarships to fund intensive language study in the United States and abroad during the 2022-2023 academic year. Heather Keen has
May 23rd, 2022
The WKU Department of Modern Languages recognized outstanding papers from the following students for 2022: Emily Arnold, Lauren Varner, Carli Street, Ashley Austin, Cassandra Davies, Abigail Yarborough, Gwendolyn Lamb, and Miriam Dawson.