The WKU Sisterhood awarded grants to the ISEC Academy and the "Bridging Cultures through Music" programs. (WKU photo by Clinton Lewis)
The WKU Sisterhood awarded grants to two projects at its annual meeting on Friday (Oct. 27).
The following grants were awarded:
At the meeting, members of the WKU Sisterhood also received an update from the 2016 grant recipients.
The WKU Sisterhood, chaired by Kristen Miller, is an organization of women advancing university priorities through philanthropic engagement and a collective voice. Any alumna, friend, faculty or staff member of WKU is invited to join this group of women. Members pool their financial gifts and award funds to a limited number of university designations to maximize the impact of their philanthropy.
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