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Brother, Sister Work Together on Lincoln Memorial Project

It’s pretty rare to see a geologist and an architect team up to work on a project. It’s even rarer when that combination is brother and sister.

Blair Tormey, a coastal research scientist in WCU’s Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines, recently collaborated with his sister, Megan Tormey, an architect with Washington D.C.-based Quinn Evans Architects, a firm that is working on renovating the undercroft space of the Lincoln Memorial. Discover More  

Alumni Spotlight: The Mountains Had Her at Hello

Dawn Neatherly was a precocious 11-year-old from Morganton when she first set foot on Western Carolina University’s campus in 1974 to attend the Cullowhee Experience, a four-week enrichment camp for academically and intellectually gifted students.

Dawn Neatherly Graduating Discover More  
An aerial shot of WCU's Cullowhee Campus

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