As a child, Max Domalavage had his heart set on becoming a firefighter and a paramedic when he grew up. But it wasn’t the sirens or the uniforms or the big rigs and ambulances racing through the streets that drew Domalavage in. He simply wanted to help people.
The exterior walls of Scott and Walker residence halls are scheduled to begin tumbling down Wednesday, Sept. 16, along with floors and ceilings.
WCU has retained a bond rating of Aa3 and an outlook of “stable” in a recent review of institutional finances by national bond rating agency Moody’s Investor Services.
WCU renames the Honor College after donors Jack and Judy Brinson.
Doc Hendley, founder of the nonprofit organization Wine To Water, will be the keynote speaker at WCU’s Conference for Undergraduate Regional Engagement Saturday, Sept. 12.
WCU Board of Trustees approved issuance of $80 million in special obligation bonds to fund the cost of construction to replace Scott and Walker residence halls.
A new scholarship has been established to honor long-time College of Business professor Grace Allen, who passed away Aug. 19 after a brief battle with cancer.
As a teenager, Wingyan Chung had already developed an affinity for computers, using them to build digital spreadsheets and documents. Chung’s early love for computers continued during his college years amidst the rapid growth of the internet, later leading to a higher education career in management information systems.
Ann Summers is the newest member of the Western Carolina University Foundation Board of Directors following her appointment by the WCU Board of Trustees.