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Afghan Journalist to Receive WKU's Award for Courageous International Reporting (September 21st, 2017)

The School of Journalism & Broadcasting at Western Kentucky University will welcome Afghan journalist Lotfullah Najafizada to campus in late September as the recipient of the second annual Fleischaker/Greene Award for Courageous International Reporting.

Local Governance in Morocco During Political Instability (September 19th, 2017)

WKU students visited the Tetouan City Council in July to learn about local government on a study abroad trip to Morocco lead by Dr. Soleiman Kiasatpour, associate professor of political science, and Rachid Abouabdellah, a former Arabic Fulbrighter at WKU.

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Afghan Journalist to Receive WKU's Award for Courageous International Reporting

The School of Journalism & Broadcasting at Western Kentucky University will welcome Afghan journalist Lotfullah Najafizada to campus in late September as the recipient of the second annual Fleischaker/Greene Award for Courageous International Reporting.

Local Governance in Morocco During Political Instability

WKU students visited the Tetouan City Council in July to learn about local government on a study abroad trip to Morocco lead by Dr. Soleiman Kiasatpour, associate professor of political science, and Rachid Abouabdellah, a former Arabic Fulbrighter at WKU.

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