Monthly Archives: June 2016

Meet Damonte Lott, WKU On Demand Student

“Success is the journey, not the destination” This quote by Arthur Ashe is one that Damonte Lott took inspiration from in his years as a WKU student. Lott, an On Demand student who graduated in May with an AB in … Continue reading

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Fly Fishing Montana: A College Course for High School Students

// Granite Pare (left) landed a nice trout on the first fishing day of the WKU Fly Fishing Montana High School program. Funded in part by @Cabelas Outdoor Fund grant and @wku School of KRS. Guiding services provided by@missouliananglerflyshop   … Continue reading

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How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice. Practice. Practice. (And sign up with Study Away)

The Southern Kentucky Choral Society and WKU Chorale  spend four days in New York, culminating in a performance at Carnegie Hall on Monday, June 14. Led by Dr. Paul Hondorp, the group performed Mozart’s Requiem, with a renowned guest conductor, the professional New … Continue reading

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Lifelong Learners in New York City

Check out the two groups who crossed paths in NYC. The Society for Lifelong Learners and the Southern KY Choral Society. Learn more here. American Traveler programs are offered by WKU’s Office of Study Away.

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Adventurous Learners and Teachers

WKU students and faculty make the world their classroom through study away and study abroad courses. Today we have nearly 100 learners and teachers in Argentina, Morocco, Czech Republic, Iceland, Kenya, and South Africa. Next week… add more in South Africa and New … Continue reading

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