A $5,000 grant will help boost an educator preparation exchange program between WCU and North Carolina A and T State University.
WCU will host the annual Cullowhee Native Plant Conference, bringing an international contingent of botanists and gardening enthusiasts to campus, July 20-23.
Five nursing students, one faculty member and two alumni assist Great Faith Vision, a national Christian mission group, in operating a pop-up medical clinic, which for the time being will offer free vision care for young and old.
The Mountain Heritage Center will hold a crafts demonstration and music performance on campus Wednesday, July 20.
The Highlands Botanical Gardens will resume its annual native plant symposium on Friday, Sept. 16, and Saturday, Sept. 17, at two locations.
The Forensic Anthropology Program recently hosted three days of experiential training in structural fire and arson investigations – building and burning a furnished structure in the process.
In a partnership announced on Tuesday, May 24, Mission Health will fund a full-time nursing faculty position at WCU to help serve more students who want to become nurses.
In a collaborative effort, Hunter Library has established an extensive, digital collection that will provide improved access to regionally focused materials of Southern Appalachia.
Students in the Kimmel School of Construction Management are getting a no-cost head start on important industry certifications that will give them an advantage as they graduate and go into professional careers.