Kenneth W. Winters

Former Senator from the 1st District at Kentucky State Senate

Kenneth W. Winters

Kenneth W. Winters

Former Senator from the 1st District at Kentucky State Senate

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Campbellsville University

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Senator from District 12 at Kentucky State Senate

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Senator from the 29th District at Kentucky State Senate

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Senator from the 17th District at Kentucky State Senate

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Minority Whip at Kentucky State Senate

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Senator from the 26th District at Kentucky State Senate

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Kenneth W. Winters
Former Senator from the 1st District at Kentucky State Senate
Education
Bachelor of Science Degree

Murray State Normal School opened on September 23, 1923. Until the first building was completed, now Wrather West Kentucky Museum, classes were held on the first floor of Murray High School. All students commuted until the first dormitory, Wells Hall, was constructed in 1925. Wilson Hall was also completed under Carr's presidency, with other structures were in progress. In 1926, Rainey T. Wells, recognized as the founder of Murray State, became its second president. Wells served from 1926 to 1932, and during this time Lovett Auditorium, Carr Health Building and Pogue library were all completed. In 1926, the Normal School was renamed Murray State Normal School and Teachers College, and the General Assembly granted it authority to confer baccalaureate degrees. In 1928, the college was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. In 1930, the name was changed to Murray State Teachers College and it was granted authority to offer liberal arts and preprofessional courses. The name was changed again in 1948 to Murray State College, and finally in 1966 the General Assembly authorized the Board of Regents to change the name to Murray State University.

Doctor of Education

A mid-sized university, University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, Colorado offers rich academics and other opportunities, while still offering the individual attention of a smaller educational community. Known for its competitive and numerous academic offerings, UNC grants around 200 undergraduate and graduate degrees through five colleges. Many of its programs have received some form of recognition, such as its award-winning Theatre Arts program and its Music program. The School of Business has also received awards and honors, and the Education division has been honored for its innovative Hispanic education program. In addition to classroom study, UNC provides research and internship opportunities. Other opportunities at UNC include numerous cultural and recreational activities. Home to performing arts events, over 150 student clubs and organizations, and campus centers such as the Cesar Chavez Cultural Center, UNC’s student life is brimming with life. Student life offerings provide excursions into nature or nights in town. With a number of hiking, biking and rock-climbing routes, as well as lots of coffee shops, theatres and restaurants the town also offers a vibrant experience. However, students at UNC never feel shuffled around, lost or like they’re just a number. Professors are highly accessible and are known for their dedication and individual work with students. Small learning communities also give students the sense of a personalized environment in which to study and make connections Student service counselors at UNC also help personalize the UNC experience, offering individual academic and career counseling based on each student’s goals, talents and needs. Many students live in campus dorms so that they may have the full UNC experience. The full range of financial aid options are also available to eligible students and include loans, grants, fellowships and scholarships.

Career History
Senator from the 1st District
2005 - 2013
President
1988 - 1999
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