Gov. Andy Beshear’s Tuesday budget address saw unprecedented increases in funding and decreases in what the governor called “bone-deep” cuts. Among the many new directions taken in Gov. Beshear’s proposal was the decision to champion and extensively fund public education.
WKU is creating a “Greek life self assessment committee” following multiple incidents last fall of Greek organizations using racial slurs in songs.In his semesterly meeting with the Herald editorial board, WKU President Timothy Caboni said the committee is being led by Brian Kuster, vice pre…
December proved to be a time of uncertainty for WKU’s faculty members, as letters sent out to five instructors who taught a total of 564 students last fall in the Ogden College of Science and Engineering notified them their one-year contract would not be renewed for the next academic year.Th…
WKU learned on Jan. 23 that an “unauthorized person” might have accessed the computer system in the College of Education and Behavioral Sciences, according to an email sent out Friday evening.
Thursday’s Faculty Senate meeting addressed a resolution regarding the non-renewal of WKU instructors, changes in the academic calendar and the program review conducted for the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education.