WKU Provost Gordon Emslie, President Gary Ransdell and other WKU officials continued their visits to WKU regional campuses.
On Aug. 17, they visited WKU's Hardin County facilities in Elizabethtown, Fort Knox and Radcliff. On Aug. 12, the WKU group visited Glasgow.
As part of the tour (which began Aug. 11 in Owensboro), Dr. Emslie, Dr. Ransdell and others have met with community and education leaders.
Main Photo caption: LTG Benjamin Freakley, commanding general of Fort Knox, listens to WKU President Gary Ransdell Tuesday (Aug. 17) during a meeting at the base. Dr. Ransdell and new Provost Dr. Gordon Emslie met with the general as part of a tour of Hardin County that included stops at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College, WKU's Radcliff Center and the Fort Knox Education Center. (WKU photos by Bob Skipper)
WKU Provost Dr. Gordon Emslie talks with a Rotarian from Glasgow following his presentation to the Glasgow Rotary Club. Dr. Emslie visited the WKU-Glasgow campus and other sites Aug. 12.