In the College of Liberal Arts sharing session, a girl who holds offers from Columbia University, the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Southern California impressed the students and
On May 21, after nearly 5 months of submission and selection, 2022 WKU SF Short Story Writing Competition with the theme of “Alternate Universe” was successfully held. The competition was hosted by Dr. David Hogsette, Executive Director of English
On May 12th, the Department of English, CLA, invited Hongying Zhang and three graduate students, Yumeka, Ayde, and Isla, to give a guest lecture on the translation industry and the application for graduate school major in translation. Hongying
Last week, on Monday, May 9, the Common Reads Program hosted their end-of-semester American Born Chinese scavenger hunt event. The committee: Jennifer Marquardt, Kyra Whitehead, Michael Watkins, Jim Tarwood, Alfredo Oquendo, Kristen Hartmen, R
Dr. Denise Horn, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, attended meetings of various majors in the College and started face-to-face discussions with students to help them better adapt to the intense demands of higher education. The goal is to assist s
On April 27, nearly hundreds of students and teachers participated in Research Day at GHK Hall’s ground floor. At this event, students from various majors presented their work to the crowd, and it was evident by their expressions that they were
Dr. Denise M. Horn is the new dean of the College of Liberal Arts who has just arrived at WKU last week after seven months of online work and 28 days of quarantine. In addition to Dr. Horn, CLA also greeted many other new professors this spring. Mr.
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On March 22, Professor Roberta Seelinger Trites, Distinguished Professor of English at Illinois State University, gave a fascinating lecture on young adult literature to WKU students. The unique topic of the lecture titled “Trends in Twenty-First-Cen
THE WKU 2022 SF Short Story WRITING COMPETITION
This competition is jointly organized by the Department of English and the Department of Biology.
We welcome submissions from anyone who is studyi
In the afternoon of November 4, the English Department of the College of Liberal Arts had its first Executive Director Meeting. The meeting was hosted by the new executive director, Dr. David Hogsette. More than 20 English professors and over 150 Eng