A group of WKU graduates has launched a smart phone application for restaurant patrons, and Bowling Green is the debut city. Eric Littleton is CEO of WhyWait, a mobile app for iPhone and Android users that lets customers know restaurant wait times, their happy hours, menus, and deals.
Tennessee lawmakers are looking at legislation that would prevent state universities from extending non-discrimination policies to campus religious groups. A Tennessee Senate committee has unanimously approved a bill what would forbid the University of Tennessee and the Tennessee Board of Regents Systems from applying non-discrimination rules to faith-based campus organizations.
After a night of discussions, Kentucky lawmakers have finally reached a budget agreement. Negotiations on a budget compromise began Monday. By Tuesday, talks had stalled. Lawmakers were unable to work out differences over funding school construction, paying for indigent care at University Hospital in Louisville and reducing bonded debt. House and Senate leaders resolved their differences shortly before 3 am today.
Dr. Ramon Zabriskie of the School of Management at Brigham Young University will be on the WKU campus on April 3rd to present this year's Boyd-Lubker Visiting Scholars Program Lecture. Dr. Zabriskie has done extensive research on the impact recreation can have on groups ranging from families to prison populations.
A former Vice-President for University Advancement at WKU will head development efforts at the University of Missouri. Tom Hiles, who established several fund-raising records at WKU between 1998 and 2010, has been named the Vice-Chancellor for Development at the Columbia, Missouri based institution.