The second (and first bilingual) edition of a novel by Santiago García-Castañón, “Vida y fabulosas aventuras de Pedro Menéndez de Avilés (The Life and Fabulous Adventures of Pedro Menénedez de Avilés),”was published in Spain in July.
Mark A. Kossick, WCU professor of nursing, director of graduate programs in nursing and interim director of the post-master’s Doctor of Nursing Practice Program at the university’s Biltmore Park instructional site, presented six lectures at an international conference held in Falmouth, Massachusetts, on July 15-16 and 18-19.
Participants will have an opportunity to create an online marketing communications strategy and digital toolbox.
The theme for this year’s event, scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 10, is “Building an Outdoor Economy.'
All members of WCU's faculty and staff will receive a gift, and a benefits and vendor fair will feature about 35 vendors.
They were a little older, a little wiser and most liked to play poker. And with nicknames including Pee Wee, Buffalo and Pinball, you knew they were going to make something happen — and they did.
It’s time for breakfast and more than 50 NFL football players show up. For Joey Blake ’12, this is not an anxiety dream; it’s a great reason to get up in the morning. Blake has two years under his belt as the head dietitian for the Los Angeles Rams and revels in his work.
The idea of building a career in the field of law didn’t come overnight to Mark Martin ’85. He received some hints along the way from individuals who were important in his life.
Kiley Hill was excited when he was named the new head coach of Western Carolina University’s women’s basketball program on July 8. Yet, Hill knew he was stepping into a difficult situation.