The WKU community unexpectedly lost one of its own, Christopher Ware, on Dec. 17.
WKU announced the decision to offer a Voluntary Separation Incentive Program in an attempt to cut the number of faculty employed, according to an email sent by the Office of Strategy, Operations and Finance on Wednesday.
During his 19-year tenure at WKU, Richard Dressler covered many subjects as an associate professor for the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department.
The WKU Board of Regents met Friday where the Regents discussed faculty salary reimbursement, enrollment and strategic plans for next semester.
Editor's note: This story has been updated due to several incorrect facts and to add clarification. The Herald regrets these errors.
Faculty Senators passed a motion Thursday to support a Pass/D/Fail option for this semester as well as changes to Blackboard during their monthly meeting.
The Board of Regents committees approved two certificates and the emeriti appointments of seven WKU Alumni in this morning's Board of Regents Committee Meeting via Zoom.
Editor's note: A previous version of this story included a photo with a caption which incorrectly stated the subject's name. The Herald regrets this error, and it has been corrected.
Editor's Note: A previous version of this story stated that the Faculty Senate wanted at least 50% of the provost search committee to include WKU staff. This is incorrect. We have updated the story to include the correct phrase "non-administrative faculty." The Herald regrets error.
A glowing email notification cuts through the evening darkness in Barnes Campbell Hall, lighting up the quarantine dorm for every student inside. Opening the email reveals a meal survey from the WKU Restaurant Group, warning students that their meal orders for the next day must be submitted …