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Aug 7th, 2020
The WKU Board of Regents approved three new certificate programs during its third quarterly meeting. They include graduate certificates in Data Analytics and Cybersecurity Data Analytics and an undergraduate certificate in Floodplain Management.
"I didn't think I would be able to get an internship this year due to COVID-19, but I am very thankful that I did. I have learned so much when it comes to social media and advertising."
Aug 6th, 2020
Sorority recruitment begins next week at WKU but it will look very different. WKU’s Amy Bingham has more on the decision to move recruitment to a virtual format in this week’s View from the Hill.
Jul 17th, 2020
"It didn't seem right to just read about circuits, physics, math, and whatever else without looking at how these things get applied in the real world,” said senior Landon Owens, an electrical engineering major.
Jul 15th, 2020
A construction crane lifted a major piece of the new WKU Commons at Helm Library into place Wednesday afternoon. Installing a 24-foot-long support beam marks a significant milestone in the construction progress of the $35 million project.
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