Will and Deni McIntyre, who have traveled the world capturing photographs and video for global clients for more than 40 years, recently created an endowed scholarship for students majoring in English or world languages.
A funny thing happened to Kathryn Curle Rentz on her way to becoming a professor of English literature and composition: she fell in love with professional writing and never looked back.
Going back to school to earn a job promotion, change careers or start a business is more convenient than ever.
Annual corporate support from one of the largest custom home builders in the eastern U.S. is helping lay the foundation for future successes for graduates of the Construction Management Program.
Several hundred students, faculty and staff took a break from the rigors that come during the second month of the 2022 spring semester to show a little affection during the sixth annual “I Love WCU Month.”
When Laura Leatherwood discovered what higher education could do for her, she knew she had found her calling to ensure others discovered it for themselves.
Welcome to Western Wednesdays, the podcast edition! While Western Wednesdays have been around for 18 months, we’re excited to bring it to you in the world of podcasts. Every month we’ll be sitting down with alumni from all different backgrounds to talk about how WCU influenced them and their careers.
Judy Brinson, longtime benefactor of Brinson Honors College, is remembered as a role model for women in the business world, loving mother and grandmother, and philanthropic leader
WCU is wishing alumna Katherine Brown Wells an extra sweet birthday. That’s because “Aunt Katherine,” as she’s known to many Catamounts, is no stranger to sweet birthdays. She was born on Valentine’s Day 101 years ago today.