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Students hone entrepreneurial skills at ‘Hatch This’ weekend

This event in downtown Asheville is described as “a mash-up of an accelerator, a hackathon, and a weekend-long party” for start-up businesses.  

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HR Consulting Initiative continues to have impact here, abroad

During the 2018 spring and fall semesters, more than 90 graduate students in the Human Resources Program provided pro bono human resources consultation services online.  

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Weekend of dance will include ‘Light Chasers,’ Bolshoi Ballet

The School of Stage and Screen's dance production is based on the band Cloud Cult’s 2010 concept album.  

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Philosophy professor Claire Katz to present Jerry Jackson Lecture

Texas A and M University faculty member will speak on “Children’s Concept of Friendship: Notes from Philosophy Summer Camp.'  

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Grants for WCU projects announced by Research Administration

A total of 14 grants were awarded for university projects during September and October.  

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Andrew Bobilya receives Wilderness Education Association's Outdoor Educator Award

The director of WCU's Parks and Recreation Management Program was recognized for his positive impact on outdoor education across the nation.  

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Student veterans lay wreath at Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

The trip to Arlington National Cemetery is part of the Military Student Services office’s commitment to military students, veterans and alumni.  

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Kofi Lomotey named recipient of 'Hidden Figures' honor for educational leadership, development

To be nominated, an educator must be considered a foundational scholar and trailblazer who has broken barriers, disrupted the status quo and opened doors on educational leadership and policy.  

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Physical therapy group provides free care in Honduras while learning, gaining experience

The university contingent traveled to Taulabe, a village in a region known for its voluminous caves, and to Siguatepeque, a small city in the central mountains and base for ecotourism.   

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