The fifth annual festival will take place Saturday, Feb. 2, and Sunday, Feb. 3, at the Coulter Building recital hall.
Student researcher Shelley Steffey teaches yoga, art and mindfulness to children as well as other educators, introducing mind and body work in fun, interactive and interesting ways in which they can be combined with curriculum.
Formerly with the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Thomas succeeds Steve Lillard, who was named WCU’s police chief in February 2018.
The facility allows WCU nurse practitioner students and students in related fields to receive education and training in an on-site environment.
The CFC supports teaching and learning at the university with professional development for faculty, pedagogy, the scholarship of teaching and learning, and educational technology.
Gifts from WCU's interim business dean honor the late Beverly Little, who was a professor of management in the College of Business.
The collection of works will be on display at WCU's Fine Art Museum through Friday, May 3.
Director of WCU's Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines, he previously was a member of the South Carolina Blue Ribbon Committee on Shoreline Management.
Today, January 17, marks the 26th day of the federal government’s partial shutdown. This past weekend, the shutdown became the longest in history when it surpassed the previous record set in 1995. In our role as an institution of higher education, we consider this sort of moment in history a learning opportunity for our students, as well as our larger community. Watch as our on-campus experts breakdown the government shutdown in five minutes.