Author Archives: Susan Esters

WKU Professor Anton Recognized for Supporting Continuing Education Through Unique Intergenerational Classroom

A WKU professor was recently selected to receive the Continuing Education Faculty Award at the University Professional & Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) South Region Conference in Richmond, Va. Dr. Audrey Anton, assistant professor of philosophy, received the award on October … Continue reading

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Society for Lifelong Learning to Host Fall Open House and Annual Meeting

The Society for Lifelong Learning at WKU (SLL) Annual Meeting and Open House will be held Sunday, August 27 from 2-4 p.m. at the Knicely Conference Center. The public is invited to attend, along with SLL members, faculty and staff. … Continue reading

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Summer Early Entry Helps Students Be Ready for First Year of College

College courses like English and math have minimum ACT requirement before students can enroll in them. When students’ ACT scores fall below the minimum, students can complete developmental courses to qualify them for enrollment in their required English and math … Continue reading

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Knicely Conference Center Voted Best Place to Have a Business Meeting

Knicely Conference Center Voted Best Place to Have a Business Meeting The Knicely Conference Center was recently voted the Best Place to Have a Business Meeting in Bowling Green. The honor was presented to the Knicely Center in the 2016 … Continue reading

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Twenty WKU Employees Accepted into the 2017 Staff Leadership Institute

The WKU Staff Council’s Staff Leadership Institute (SLI) Committee has selected the SLI Class of 2017. Through a competitive process, the Committee selected 20 WKU staff members to participate in the 8-month program, which develops leadership skills for a cohort … Continue reading

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Bingham and Neeley represent DELO at 2016 NCCSS Conference

Bingham Accepts NCCSS President role  Alicia Bingham and Dewayne Neeley attended the 67th North Central Conference on Summer Sessions (NCCSS) March 16-18 in Chicago. Neeley was a presenter at the conference, leading the session “An Urban Experiment: Dual Credit in … Continue reading

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Society for Lifelong Learning Hosts Food For Thought Event Featuring Don McGuire from the Hilltoppers Quartet

Over 160 people attended the November 4 Society for Lifelong Learning at WKU (SLL) Food For Thought featuring Don McGuire from the legendary Hilltoppers quartet. The only living member of the original quartet, McGuire provided engaging and humorous insight into … Continue reading

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Society for Lifelong Learning Kicks Off Fall Term

The Society for Lifelong Learning at WKU (SLL) will kick off its fall term on Tuesday, September 15, at 8:45 a.m. with an official proclamation from the Bowling Green mayor and Warren County Judge Executive. That morning, officials will formally … Continue reading

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Dual Credit and Study Away Partnership Takes High School Students to New York City

Fifteen Kentucky high school students recently gained college credit and studied in New York City through a partnership between Dual Credit, Study Away and WKU’s Theatre & Dance and Economics Departments. Students took one of two online courses, including Thea … Continue reading

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WKU-UPIKE Expand Partnership to Offer Master of Healthcare Administration

WKU Cohort Programs has expanded a partnership with University of Pikeville (UPIKE) Kentucky College of Osteopathic Medicine. This fall, students at UPIKE can take the Master of Health Administration (MHA). It’s designed for their students who are completing their Doctor of Osteopathic … Continue reading

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