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Why Do Ukraine and Crimea Matter to Americans? A Panel Discussion with Experts from WKU

 A Panel Discussion with Experts from WKU Thu, Apr 3, 7pm, Mass Media & Technology Hall (MMTH) 236 A map showing the disputed areas near Russia in red (Laris Karklis / The Washington Post) Panelists Michael McClellan, Minister-Counselor of the U.S. … Continue reading

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‘Oil and Economic Growth: A Supply-Constrained View’

Steven Kopits, Managing Director, Douglas-Westwood (energy consulting) Center on Global Energy Policy, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, February 11, 2014 Key trends oil majors’ production has fallen even as capital expenditures (capex) soared (until recently) now they … Continue reading

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Tis the Season for the Conservation Vacation

Details regarding this year’s Conservation Vacation will be emailed to all faculty and staff soon. If you have any questions, concerns, or if your space has specific needs involving research, or mission critical events do not hesitate to reach out … Continue reading

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Stuffed & Starved: Why are there more overweight than hungry people in the world?

With roughly 7 billion people alive today on planet Earth, somewhere around 870 million will go to bed hungry tonight. However, the trends on global hunger are generally positive. HON 380 looks at some of the technologies and policies that … Continue reading

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Whose Air Do You Share? Global Studies for the 21st Century

50 years ago, on June 10, 1963, at the height of the Cold War, in his commencement address at the American University in Washington, DC, titled A Strategy of Peace, President John F. Kennedy reminded us: For in the final … Continue reading

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Energy: The most important issue of our time

The Department of Geography and Geology and the WKU Office of Sustainability invite you to a screening of the film Switch, an awarding winning documentary on what it will take to switch from our current sources of energy to a … Continue reading

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WKU Earth Day Festival 2013

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Our Energy Future: The WKU screening of Switch

The Department of Geography and Geology and the WKU Office of Sustainability invite you to a screening of the film Switch, an awarding winning documentary on what it will take to switch from our current sources of energy to a … Continue reading

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