Editor's note: A previous version of this story said Bruce Kessler will no longer be the math department head starting July 1, 2020. It is actually July 1, 2021. The story has also received small corrections for typos and clarifications. The Herald regrets the errors.
WKU’s first-year freshmen enrollment saw a significant increase over the past year, while overall undergraduate and graduate enrollment has decreased, according to a Monday email.
WKU’s weekly-updated coronavirus case dashboard states that 462 tests have been conducted for the campus community and that 206 individuals have been confirmed positive. However, these data cannot show a percent-positive rate.
WKU President Timothy Caboni addressed his hope for the new academic year and the challenges the pandemic presented to the university during his annual Faculty and Staff Convocation on Monday.
EDITOR'S NOTE: Because of an editing error, this story originally identified Potter Hall as being named for Pleasant J. Potter. It was named for J. Whit Potter. The Herald regrets the error.
With protests occurring all over America, strategies are being put into place for students who plan to take their activism back on campus.
Amid the global coronavirus pandemic, an increase of more than 400 students in the incoming freshman class could help WKU increase its undergraduate enrollment in the upcoming academic year and nearly offset a decline in graduate students, according to the information given to the Board of R…
Graduate and undergraduate certificates and three faculty members being appointed to emeritus status are set to be approved at the next Board of Regents meeting.
The WKU Staff Senate came together for a Wednesday meeting on Zoom with several university administrators to answer previously answered questions about WKU’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some of the questions that were answered were provided to the staff senators via email and text messaging.