WCU Chancellor Kelli R. Brown and Tracy Mancini, president of Carteret CC, virtually signed a memorandum of understanding between the two institutions that guarantees admission to WCU for all Carteret graduates who satisfy certain requirements.
Students, faculty and alumni from the School of Nursing offered a series of outreach events providing holistic nursing assessment and care coordination, navigation and education at sites across WNC over the summer.
While the rain these past few days did a number on fires here in Western North Carolina, drought conditions remain.
Chancellor Kelli R. Brown and Shah Ardalan, president of Randolph Community College, signed a memorandum of understanding between the two institutions that guarantees admission to WCU for all Randolph graduates who satisfy certain requirements.
November is Native American Heritage Month and WCU has a lineup of events for students, faculty and staff to immerse themselves in the history, culture and traditions of indigenous peoples of North America.
Sky Sampson, director of WCU’s Cherokee Center and alumna, has accepted the position of Secretary of Education for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.
A few years ago, Jerry Miller, professor in the Department of Geosciences and Natural Resources, began looking at microplastics and its effects on rivers and streams in Western North Carolina.
For second-year Master of Fine Art student Jeannie Regan, being chosen as the creative director for the Center for Craft’s newest art installation is an opportunity made possible by faculty and peer support from the MFA program.
The musical duo Jean Dowell and Mike Oberst will be the opening act at Mountain Heritage Day in the Jackson County Tourism Balsam Circle Tent at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30.