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NCHC 2013, Developing in Honors: Can Honors Continue to Exist, Let Alone Flourish, in a Time of Academic Retrenchment?

Sponsored by the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi Sheraton, New Orleans, Grand Ballroom, 8-9am Participants: Jessica Roark, Oklahoma State University (moderator); Ellen Buckner, University of South Alabama; Michael Cundall, North Carolina A&T State University; Naomi Yavneh Klos, Loyola University … Continue reading

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Become a Student Success Coach & earn $500 per semester!

Great professional development opportunity! The Division of Enrollment Management, Office of Career Services and the Academic Advising & Resource Center invites applications for a limited number of student success coaching positions. Student success coaches will collaborate with a designated group … Continue reading

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Looking for student leaders for a Tele-a-thon in mid-January ($10/hour)

call your fellow students to keep them engaged & excited about returning to WKU from Jan 7 – 22, 2013 training will be provided earn $10 per hour if interested, email Joelle Carter by Fri, Dec 7, 2012 The Division … Continue reading

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Juniors, Big Red wants you to get priority registration!

Please come to the Honors Advising Workshop for Juniors today, Wed, Oct 17, 8-9pm in Bates Classroom There will also be a Capstone Experience/Thesis (CE/T) info table in Bates Lobby! Please see Deadlines under Calendar for more important upcoming due … Continue reading

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Students, please complete MAP-Works Survey to improve retention!

MAP-Works works: In an effort to advance our “Rally for Retention” efforts, I am seeking your support in retaining our under­graduate students.  A critical focus for the University is to retain 80% of the freshmen class. In response to this … Continue reading

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