2015 Session Winners
WKU has a rich history of scholarly engagement of students. A large proportion of WKU faculty of diverse disciplines mentor committed graduate and undergraduate students from across main and regional campuses in scholarly endeavors. From the laboratory to the field, from the studio to the clinic, from the stage to the archives, and from the business to the farm, WKU students who complete scholarly activities gain invaluable experience in preparation for careers and advanced degrees.
"My experience on the Massey Springs Earthworks archaeology project allowed me to see what work in the field is really like, as well as advance and apply the information I have learned in classes in a hands-on manner."
Renee Pinkston / Department of Folk Studies and Anthropology
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