The sessions will provide an opportunity for new faculty and staff, as well as returning employees, to have a photo made for departmental websites and other official uses.
Participants receive $5,000 per semester for their junior and senior years and also agree to work in nuclear-related employment for six months after graduation for every year they receive the award.
The board also will hold committee meetings and discussions Thursday, Feb. 28.
Sustainability is something that affects everyone in some way. During WCU’s 2019-20 academic year, it will affect students as the new campus learning theme.
The event in the Grandroom of A.K. Hinds University Center is open to the campus community and general public.
The new research series will address current events in economics and politics in Western North Carolina and beyond, by subject matter experts from on campus and around the country.
Two representatives from each of the conference's 10 member institutions are recognized annually, with each school making its own selections.
The university is one of four higher education institutions in the state and among 48 in the nation selected for the recognition.
Performances will be held in the Josephina Niggli Studio Theatre at the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.