A generous gift from Carol Martin “Bill” Gatton is making possible the expansion of Florence Schneider Hall, home to The Center for Gifted Studies and The Carol Martin Gatton Academy of Mathematics and Science. The expansion was celebrated May 6 in a ceremony that included Gatton, Gov. Steve Beshear, WKU President Gary Ransdell, and other special guests.
A special story-time held March 27 by Little Learners, Big Ideas (a special project by The Center for Gifted Studies) gave little learners an opportunity to partake in a variety of interactive activities all centered around the book “Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons.” The event was sponsored by Barnes and Noble, Warren […]
Captivating speakers from a variety of industries and backgrounds spoke on topics related to the theme of “Ideas, Innovation, Invention” during IdeaFestival Bowling Green March 20 at the Downing Student Union at WKU.
The last week of Winter Super Saturdays brought a flurry activity for classes on campus at WKU and at the Kentucky Science Center in Louisville. In the Egyptology class, students mummified teddy bears.
The Kitchen Chemistry/Experiments Galore class made colorful solutions to learn about solubility and used shaving cream and glitter to make snow.