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Loup Langton is Margaret and Cal Turner Professor in Journalism (November 16th, 2017)

Loup Langton receives the honor of serving as Turner Professor in Journalism at WKU.

English Department Launches New Curricula (November 16th, 2017)

Over the past two years, faculty in the WKU English Department have been creatively rethinking the English curricula to ensure that our programs serve 21st-century English majors well.

WKU Sisterhood awards grants to two projects (October 30th, 2017)

The WKU Sisterhood awarded grants to the ISEC Academy and the "Bridging Cultures through Music" programs.

Winners announced in 2017 Jim Wayne Miller Celebration of Writing Contest (October 17th, 2017)

The winners and finalists of the 2017 Jim Wayne Miller Celebration of Writing Contest at WKU have been announced.

PCAL Alum Derek Wilson stars in new HULU series (October 13th, 2017)

PCAL alum Derek Wilson is starring in a new HULU series, directed by Seth Rogan and starring Josh Hutcherson.

Exiled Turkish journalist to speak Oct. 18 at WKU (October 13th, 2017)

WKU’s School of Journalism & Broadcasting and Department of History are co-sponsoring a presentation on Wednesday (Oct. 18) by Abdülhamit Bilici, a Turkish newspaper executive in exile following recent political turmoil.

WKU senior receives inaugural McKenzi Ann Loid Scholarship for Public Relations (October 5th, 2017)

WKU senior Allison O’Brien of Elizabethtown is the recipient of the inaugural McKenzi Ann Loid Scholarship for Public Relations.

KY Human Rights Commission inducts 19 new members to Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame (September 29th, 2017)

The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights tonight inducted 19 new members to the Kentucky Civil Rights Hall of Fame.

WKU photojournalist participating in 'Crossing the Divide' project (September 28th, 2017)

WKU senior Brittany Greeson of Owensboro is serving as a photojournalist for “Crossing the Divide,” a three-month cross country project to investigate and report on issues dividing America.

Afghan Journalist to Receive WKU's Award for Courageous International Reporting (September 21st, 2017)

The School of Journalism & Broadcasting at Western Kentucky University will welcome Afghan journalist Lotfullah Najafizada to campus in late September as the recipient of the second annual Fleischaker/Greene Award for Courageous International Reporting.

Local Governance in Morocco During Political Instability (September 19th, 2017)

WKU students visited the Tetouan City Council in July to learn about local government on a study abroad trip to Morocco lead by Dr. Soleiman Kiasatpour, associate professor of political science, and Rachid Abouabdellah, a former Arabic Fulbrighter at WKU.

Ann Patchett at Knicely Conference Center 9/19 (September 12th, 2017)

Ann Patchett, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Commonwealth, Bel Canto, and numerous other titles, will visit Bowling Green for a presentation and book signing on Tuesday, September 19 at the Knicely Conference Center at 6:00pm.

New Minor in Computer Animation in Department of Art (September 8th, 2017)

The Department of Art is proud to announce the new Minor in Computer Animation. Courses enable students to gain mastery of 3D computer animation skills applicable to a diverse set of experimental approaches to the art of computer animation.

Dezern will share career highlights in 'From WKU to Disney's World' (September 5th, 2017)

WKU graduate Craig Dezern will present “From WKU to Disney’s World: The Profession of a Communicator” at 5 p.m. Sept. 5 at Gary Ransdell Hall Auditorium.

FFOYA House Wins KY Foundation for Women Art Meets Activism Grant for Project with BRASS, Hope Harbor (August 28th, 2017)

The FFOYA House non-profit arts organization of Bowling Green was awarded a 2017 Arts Meets Activism grant from the Kentucky Foundation for Women.

Paducah native and author of 'Blitzed' returns home for book event celebration and signing (August 28th, 2017)

Thomas George, a Paducah native and member of WKU's Hall of Distinguished Alumni, will celebrate the release of "Blitzed: Why NFL Teams Gamble on Starting Rookie Quarterbacks" on Sept. 9 in Paducah.

Third group of students begins MFA in Creative Writing (August 25th, 2017)

A third cohort of students has joined WKU’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program.

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Loup Langton is Margaret and Cal Turner Professor in Journalism

Loup Langton receives the honor of serving as Turner Professor in Journalism at WKU.

English Department Launches New Curricula

Over the past two years, faculty in the WKU English Department have been creatively rethinking the English curricula to ensure that our programs serve 21st-century English majors well.

WKU Sisterhood awards grants to two projects

The WKU Sisterhood awarded grants to the ISEC Academy and the "Bridging Cultures through Music" programs.

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