WESTERN'S MCHARGUE, CARROLL TO DISCUSS INTEGRITY,
ETHICS ON ASHEVILLE RADIO TALK SHOW "CHANGES" DEC. 19

CULLOWHEE - Jackie McHargue, director of student judicial affairs at Western Carolina, and Bruce Carroll, assistant professor of political science and a faculty fellow for academic integrity, will be guests on the Asheville radio talk show “Changes” on Sunday, Dec. 19.

Show host Tom Graham, news director for the Clear Channel of Asheville radio group, will interview McHargue and Carroll on the topic of integrity and ethics, and how educational institutions are working to address those issues with students. The interview grew out of a statewide conference on academic integrity hosted earlier this year at Western.

“With Enron, Worldcomm and other high-profile lapses in ethics and integrity, integrity must be a part of the curriculum to ensure we are truly educating the leaders of tomorrow,” McHargue said. “Western is committed to this challenge.”

Chris Cooper, assistant professor of political science, and Kathleen Brennan, assistant professor of sociology, were guests on a previous edition of “Changes,” discussing issues from the 2004 election.

“Changes” airs Sundays at 5:30 a.m. on WKSF (KISS-FM, at 99.9 FM) and WQNS/WQNQ (ROCK 104, at 104.3 and 104.9 FM), and at 7:30 a.m. on WPEK-AM (“The Revolution,” at 880 AM).


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