In this week’s View from the Hill, Amy Bingham takes us inside Camp COLLAB where the students aren’t the only ones learning. Camp COLLAB truly is a collaboration. If you combine the skill set brought by Speech Language Pathologists with the skill set brought by special education teachers, it’s a win/win for everyone.
WKU announced Wednesday the creation of the WKU Athletics Minority Fellowship program, which will be dedicated to enhancing the success of students of color within the athletic department’s administrative areas.
The grants will fund educational support services needed due to COVID-19′s impact on schools, youth and families, with a focus on early childhood education and child care, as well as family crisis and mental health counseling. Local FRYSCs applied for a maximum allocation of $100,000.
Around 120 employees at Western Kentucky University are retiring at the end of this month after taking the Voluntary Separation Incentive Program offered by WKU. Among them – the university spokesman for more than three decades. Amy Bingham talks to Bob Skipper about his career in this week’s View from the Hill.