During Western Carolina University’s men’s basketball game Saturday night against The Citadel, the Southern Conference will recognize Channa De Silva, associate professor of chemistry, and Lowell Davis, associate vice chancellor for student success.
Mary O’Connor, business coach and founder of Epic Mind Consulting, will serve as the instructor.
The Berea Bluegrass Ensemble and fiddler Andrew Finn Magill are scheduled for shows the first week of March in the recital hall of the Coulter Building.
EVENT POSTPONED, TO BE RESCHEDULED AT FUTURE DATE. Christian Diehm, professor at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, will draw on philosophy and social science to analyze multiple dimensions of nature.
An anniversary party will be held Wednesday, Feb. 19, from 2-5 p.m. in the A.K. Hinds University Center.
The search committee includes current and former student-athletes, Catamount Club representatives, athletics department staff and members of the community.
WCU will host a National History Day regional academic competition Saturday, March 7, that will feature middle and high school students creating projects based on a central historical theme.
Since 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated February as “Black History Month.” In its early days, schools systems, churches and community centers across the country would spend the entire month honoring the accomplishments of notable African Americans. Fast forward more than 40 years later and we asked WCU students if “Black History Month” was still important in 2020. Here’s what they had to say:
The Health and Human Sciences Building reopens after officials found no public health or safety issues in the wake of a potential hazardous materials incident Thursday that resulted in its evacuation.