The event at the Bardo Arts Center also will include remarks by Alison Morrison-Shetlar, interim chancellor, and Carol Burton, acting provost.
WCU's Office of Professional Growth and Enrichment is offering a one-day workshop focusing on communication and a six-part Digital Marketing and Public Relations Certificate Program.
The concert and jam session will be held at MadStone Cafe and Catching Light Books, which is located on the ground floor of Noble Hall on the WCU campus.
Co-sponsored by the WCU chapter of Future Business Leaders of America-Phi Beta Lambda, the presentation is free and open to the public.
Mike Wade will tell you that football is the greatest metaphor for life: to survive you have to get back up every time you get knocked down — and you will get knocked down, he insists, many, many times.
Tying in with the campus learning theme “Defining America,” Aminata Cairo spoke on the topic “Re-Defining Us in All of Our Richness.”
WCU is conducting a national search to fill the dean’s position currently held by Douglas Keskula, who announced in April 2018 his intention to return to a faculty position.
“Transformative Global Pediatric Nursing Education: International Mentoring Partnership,” an article by Sharon Metcalfe, associate professor in WCU’s School of Nursing, has been published in “Transformative Global Partnerships,” a special edition of the international journal Transformative Dialogues.
The honor stems from a collaborative effort involving students in natural resources and conservation management, environmental science, computer information systems and graphic design.