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Concert to honor longtime School of Music professor, former director of bands, upon retirement

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. After a 35-year career in the School of Music, John T. West will retire at the end of the semester.  

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School of Nursing celebrates five decades with campus event

THIS EVENT CANCELLED. Guest speaker will be Ernest J. Grant, president of the American Nurses Association. The event is limited to the first 350 registrants.   

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Week of activities to culminate with installation of Kelli Brown as WCU's chancellor

Kelli R. Brown will be installed as chancellor of Western Carolina University during a formal ceremony Friday, March 27, capping a week of activities designed to spotlight the university’s impact across the mountain region and the role WCU will play in the future of North Carolina.  

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NC Campus Compact awards associate professor Beth Wall-Bassett

Beth Wall-Bassett, Western Carolina University associate professor of nutrition and dietetics, was excited when she walked across the stage at Elon University recently to receive the Engaged Faculty Award from North Carolina Campus Compact during its annual “Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement” Conference.  

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Haywood Pathways Center, WCU recognized for partnership

The university and the Haywood Pathways Center of Waynesville have been recognized with the 2020 Community Partner Award by North Carolina Campus Compact.  

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WCU Board of Trustees to meet March 5-6

The Board of Trustees of Western Carolina University will hold its quarterly meeting at 9:30 a.m. Friday, March 6, in the board room of H.F. Robinson Administration Building.   

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De Silva, Lowell named to All-SoCon Faculty and Staff Team

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.  

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Seminar series at Biltmore Park on business strategies

Mary O’Connor, business coach and founder of Epic Mind Consulting, will serve as the instructor.  

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Mountain Heritage Center sponsors two music shows in one week on campus

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.  

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