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2017

CHL staff present research at International Congress of Speleology in Sydney, Australia

WKU professor receives China’s top science award

SOKY Sunrise Campus Beat Interview with Dr. Chris Groves

2016

Manager of WKU hydrology lab conducts groundwater training program in Brazil

Groves reappointed to United Nations scientific board

CHL supports the Karst Springs Initiative in Tennessee, USA.

WKU Global REACH: Professor’s geologic research impacts international community

2015

Obscura Day 2015: Hidden Waterways of Mammoth Cave National Park

Connor Salley Wins National Scholarship

WKU Geoscientist to represent US on International Karst Commission

Discovery of White Nose Syndrome in Warren County Cave Shows Disease is Spreading

White nose syndrome identified in bats in WKU Research Cave

2014

 22 WKU Students, Biology Professor honored at Kentucky Academy of Science Meeting.

Groves Makes Presentation to UN Water Conference in China

 WKU group conducts water resource training in Jamaica

WKU students, faculty attend meeting of Geological Society of America.

2013

 WKU group attends International Congress of Speleology

WKU geoscientist presents lecture at karst water conference in China

2012

Groves featured in Circle of Blue website

Groves named ministry-level finalist for national award in China

Hoffman Institute founding member of international karst research academy

2011

Groves discusses WKU karst research at international conference in Belgium

View from the Hill – Dr. Chris Groves Feature

2010

Groves appointed as University Distinguished Professor

2009

WKU students, faculty, staff attend International Congress of Speleology

WKU group organizes water resource conference for scientists in China

Mammoth Cave National Park signs sister park agreement with Chinese site