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WKU Honors College Student, Amy Correll, While Researching Geriatric Health in Kenya, Meets Grandmother of President Obama

WKU student and Somerset native Amy Correll (right) met Sarah Obama, the President’s biological grandmother, during her research trip to Kenya. (Credit: Amy Correll) Kevin’s interview with Amy It’s not unusual for a college student to travel overseas as part … Continue reading

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Student researcher in WKU Aging returns from Project in Kenya

Amy Correll of Somerset, a Gerontology minor in WKU Aging and a student in the Honors College at WKU, never dreamed that her three-week project to Kenya would be so exciting. During an August research trip to Kenya, WKU student … Continue reading

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Partners in Caring: Medicine in Kenya – Info Session for January 2014 faculty-led study abroad

Tue, Mar 26, 12.45pm, EBS 2134 Honors credit available

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Kenya: From Independence to the 21st Century

Isaac Muhando, Fulbright Language Teaching Assistant for Swahili in the Department of Modern Languages at Western Kentucky University, will give a campus-wide talk about his native country of Kenya on Thursday, October 25, at 4 p.m. in the Faculty House … Continue reading

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Faculty-Led Study Abroad courses offer diverse opportunities in Winter Term

WKU News, Fri, Sep 14, 2012 Students interested in studying abroad this winter will have several choices through WKU Faculty-Led Study Abroad. Courses will be offered in Peru, Ecuador, Kenya, Mexico and Cuba, as well as a course in Costa … Continue reading

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