Cultivating Change

Chad Green, an MA candidate in the Social Responsibility & Sustainable Communities (SRSC) program at WKU, shares a moment with us while in the Amazon working on his final SRSC project.

Making The Decision To Return To School

Education has become much more customizable over the past few years. The diversity of course delivery methods, including face-to-face, online and on-demand opportunities, allow students to balance work, family life and other activities with school like never before. In addition, degree programs that were out of reach before are now readily available. Even with the…

Is Online Learning For Me?

Taking courses online can be challenging, especially at first! Most of us are accustomed to learning in a traditional classroom setting, and while there are numerous similarities, there are also many differences that you should keep in mind as you make your decision.   The advantages are great – increased flexibility allows us to work…

Did you know?

The online Master of Science in Engineering Technology Management is accredited by the Association of Technology, Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). This program is only the fourth in the U.S. to have this designation.

Time Management Tips

I think we can all agree that one of the greatest challenges in balancing school, work and family is time management! We all struggle with our days being too short! Unexpected things arise and sometimes the issue is something much more simple – we just need time to breathe! Regardless of the reason, it can be challenging…

First Aid for the Test Anxious

Understanding Anxiety Anxiety is a learned reaction to cope with a perceived threat. The threat is usually nonspecific. (If the threat were specific, then we call it a “fear”). Anxiety involves a physical response, typically at least muscle tension, negative self-statements (such as “all or none” thinking; awfulizing), future-oriented thinking (e.g., my entire future will…