Katerina Spasovska, associate professor of communication at Western Carolina University, has been selected as a Fulbright Fellowship recipient for 2024.
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.
Before students Madeline Tyson and Lisbet Alvarez had even thought about applying to college, they knew they wanted to be pharmacists.
The fall issue of WCU Magazine is scheduled to arrive in mailboxes of Western Carolina University alumni, donors and friends this week.
After a four-year hiatus, WCU’s Center for Career and Professional Development is bringing back its Hire Attire Fashion Show, while introducing a clothing closet.
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.
There’s a new cat on the prowl and he’s waiting to greet all who enter WCU’s campus.
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.
The Center for the Study of Free Enterprise, located in the College of Business, has received funding to support undergraduate research efforts, student travel for professional development and guest speakers.