WKU programs providing support for Special Olympics USA Games – WKU News

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Jun 8th, 2022
Western Kentucky University engineering students placed third overall – the school’s best finish ever — in the 35th annual American Society of Civil Engineers’ (ASCE) Concrete Canoe Competition+.
Jun 7th, 2022
Blake Murphy, a WKU College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) senior majoring in Hospitality Management with a concentration in Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Management, is gaining valuable experience this summer. Murphy is from Junction City, and he i
Jun 7th, 2022
Folk Studies graduate Taylor Dooley Burden has received a prestigious Archie Green Fellowship, awarded by the American Folklife Center (AFC) of the Library of Congress, to support her project “The Occupational Lives of Religious Workers in Kentuckiana.
Jun 6th, 2022
As athletes participated in Sunday’s opening ceremony for the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, more than 20 WKU students, faculty and staff were at work behind the scenes in the event’s emergency operations center.
May 26th, 2022
Ashley Adams, WKU graduate student from Owensboro, is a first-generation college student supported through a scholarship from the WKU NIOSH Training Program Grant in the Environmental and Occupational Health Science graduate program.
May 25th, 2022
“In support of the Stop Asian Hate movement, my friends and I founded WKU’s first-ever Asian American Student Association (AASA). We created the AASA to represent the interests of Asian students at WKU,” said Grace Meiser, a WKU senior from Wilder,
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