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Affirmative Action in the Context of Brazil – Ana Cristina Conceicao Santos

March 3, 2014, 4pm, Gary Ransdell Hall

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Recruiter for top MPA program on campus today

Danielle Law, a recruiter for the Master of Public Affairs (MPA) program at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) at Indiana University Bloomington, is at WKU today. She will be in front of Fresh Foods at DSU today … Continue reading

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New WKU ‘Diplomat in Residence’ Returns to Bowling Green With Wealth of Experience

Emil Moffatt, WKU Public Radio, February 13, 2014 Listen to the interview online (9:00); will air again tomorrow morning at 7.50am Michael McClellan speaks with students at the WKU Study Abroad Fair (Abbey Oldham/WKU Public Radio) Michael McClellan was born … Continue reading

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Burley: Kentucky Tobacco in a New Century – Ann K. Ferrell

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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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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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Trend Blend 2009+: A map of time and tide

One of the many attempts to visualize the complexity of our present and possible future world. Learn more about these and other global trends and our exciting new course on the subject at the Global Banquet this evening at 6pm … Continue reading

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“Once more into the breach, dear friends, once more”: But This Time We Mean ‘Business’

Gordon Ford College of Business Guest Lecture Professor Ian Welsh, MBA, Nottingham Business School, Vice Principal of Harlaxton College Wed, Mar 20, 1.30-2.30, Grise 439 If you are interested to study abroad at Harlaxton College, please click here As Britain … Continue reading

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The Influence of Government Policies on the Number of Breweries in the United States

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MOOCs: How game-changing are they & will they be?

[…] there was fairly broad-scale agreement that MOOCs and other technology-enabled education will be truly transformative in higher education only at the point that they give educators the tools to do two things: (1) expand access to the low-income students … Continue reading

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