The 2nd Annual Teach What You Know, Share What You Have conference was held June 7-8, in the Bardo Arts Center.
A campuswide and community driven project will soon be underway to recenter Cherokee history and culture on WCU’s campus.
WCU’s Cherokee Language Program recently received a $11,700 donation from the John W. Heisse Fund for Historic Preservation for the Eastern Cherokee Histories in Translation Project.
Linda Kingsbury, who serves as a staff services manager for the State of California Department of Justice, wanted a school that could meet her needs as an adult learner. She found a few schools that checked those boxes; one of those was WCU.
On Thursday, March 30, and Friday, March 31, WCU hosted the 2023 Cherokee Language Summit in the Hinds University Center.
Students in Katerina Spasovska’s News Writing II course are getting real-world experience writing stories for the local newspaper, the Sylva Herald.
A classroom in Apodaca Science Building has a new name in recognition of a couple’s three-decade record of financial support.
Chemistry and biology programs in the College of Arts and Sciences are tallying up doctoral acceptances at universities across the country, including Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
WCU’s Spring Literary Festival returns to campus March 20-23 with a series of live events.