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Special Council Election, Tanya Vincent Oct 2014

Special Council Election, Tanya Vincent

Staff Council

Announcement regarding special election to fill a vacancy.


Sara Hutchison For Wku Staff Council, Sara Hutchison Jul 2014

Sara Hutchison For Wku Staff Council, Sara Hutchison

Staff Council

Campaign email soliciting votes for Sara Hutchison.


Wku Staff Council Election Results, Eric Wolfe May 2014

Wku Staff Council Election Results, Eric Wolfe

Staff Council

Election results for the 2014-2015 school year.


The Political Affiliation Demographics Of The Student Body, Daniel Nelson, Glen M.E. Duerr, Chi-En Hwang Apr 2014

The Political Affiliation Demographics Of The Student Body, Daniel Nelson, Glen M.E. Duerr, Chi-En Hwang

The Research and Scholarship Symposium

There is little question that higher education within the United States is largely perceived as a liberal organ. Indeed, within both the professorate and the student body, the liberal demographic has maintained a steady and often dramatic majority. A modest liberalization effect has been found among students across the nation, and those within the social sciences have exhibited greater-than-average liberal-to-conservative ratios. Stemming from both stereotypes and general data, many politically conservative affiliates have trumpeted their political ideologues as the alienated, maligned, and even persecuted minority. From accusations of liberal indoctrination to the dismissal of opposing views, many conservatives have heatedly ...