Category Archives: Lifelong Learning

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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Cuba in the News

Cuba is in the news and WKU friends and family are invited to join us for Havana Passage:  A Photographic Workshop. January 2017 will find a limited group of adventurers in Cuba with two internationally recognized photographers leading a workshop in … Continue reading

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WKU Lifelong Learning Gearing Up For Summer

The summer of 2015 promises to be exciting as WKU Lifelong Learning staff prepare for several youth camps and unique adult programming. String Explosion! is celebrating its 10th year and offers a week of fun music making for new and … Continue reading

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WKU developing competency based education

Reading a blog this morning I came across this quote by Vernon Smith, an attendee of the WCET Data Boot Camp: “Innovation meets a need in a new way. Be prepared to fail. Then fail fast and move on.” Experts … Continue reading

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WKU Test Prep Program Gains Momentum

WKU’s Test Prep program is gaining momentum!  The ACT Summer Institute was a success and our fall programming is underway.  The first LSAT prep course has started to meet twice weekly and the fall ACT prep course began a six-week … Continue reading

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