Publication Date

Spring 2009


WKU's alumni magazine. Contents:

  • Ransdell, Gary. President’s Letter
  • WKU’s Comprehensive Energy Policy
  • WKU Honored for Work at Upper Green River Biological Preserve
  • Five Inducted into Kentucky Teacher Hall of Fame
  • Regents Change Minimum Number of Hours Needed for Baccalaureate, Associate Degrees
  • Students Likely to See Smaller Tuition Increase; Campus Budget to be Reduced
  • WKU Engineering Students Demonstrate Submersible Device
  • WKU’s Center for Gifted Studies Awarded $2 Million Grant for Project GEMS, Will Partner with Warren County Schools
  • WKU One of Two Public Universities Recognized for Excellence in Teacher Education
  • Gatton Academy, Center for Gifted Studies Among Partners for Commonwealth Institute for Parent Leadership
  • Capitol Spotlight – David Givens
  • Smith, Jenna. Letter to Editor – Big Red Space
  • Ore, Luis. Letter to Editor – Supports WKU
  • Bibbs, Tanja. Letter to Editor – WKU Spirit
  • Calico, Paul. Letter to Editor – Alumni College
  • New Century of Spirit Mid-Campaign Report
  • Professorship Honors Life & Career of Local Horticulturist – Mitchell Leichhardt
  • Former Campus Leader Makes Gift to WKU – Charles Anderson
  • The Matching Game
  • Allen County School District & WKU Announce Two New Scholarships
  • Lich, Amanda. Sisterhood of Philanthropy – Mary Hutto, Lois Gray, Mary Cowls, Elizabeth Harden, Sharon Fracis, Mary Nixon, Suzanne Vitale, WKU Sisterhood
  • Ryan-Downing, Christian. WKU Goes Green – Sustainability
  • Oglesbee, Brent. Campus Art
  • Championship Effort – Basketball
  • 2009 Save the Date
  • Campus Landmarks Puzzle
  • Adventures of the Red Towel
  • WKU Hosts First Ever International Graduation Reception
  • Lifetime Members
  • In Memoriam
  • Class Notes


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