WKU alumni help students explore future opportunities through Career Trek experience

Exploring current business topics, identifying skills for workplace success and networking with WKU alumni is the primary purpose of Career Trek, a three-day journey sponsored by the Gordon Ford College of Business Professional Education and Knowledge Program (PEAK). 

The Great American Eclipse Shines on WKU

WKU will be a prime viewing spot for the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental U.S. in 38 years on Monday, Aug. 21.

The path of totality stretches from Oregon to South Carolina, cutting across the southwestern part of Kentucky.



Lifetime Member Larnelle Harris (’69) named 2017 recipient of Orchestra Kentucky’s Lifetime Achievement Award

Lifetime Member Bob Morris (’74) to retire from longtime career as Publisher at Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer

WKU alumna Heather Heim-Lawson (’08) applying passion for music as vocal teacher

Jessica Miller (’07, ’12, ’16) joins T.J. Regional Health Team

Lady Toppers Head Coach Michelle Clark-Heard (’90) named a Court Coach for Team USA fall training camp

WKU President Timothy C. Caboni, Ph.D. (’94) officially sworn into office

Golfer and former Hilltopper Kenny Perry won US Senior Open Championship in July

Dr. Mark Newman (’81) chosen as UK’s Executive Vice President for Health Affairs

Ann Flaherty (’92) appointed as Superintendent for Schools for the Diocese of Owensboro

Joy Bunch (’00) hired as Advocate Coordinator for Court Appointed Special Advocates of South Central Kentucky

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