Marty Ramsey, WCU’s director of alumni engagement, is retiring effective Oct. 1 after a career spanning more than 28 years at his alma mater.
The new scholarship fund will provide students from underrepresented groups opportunities to become health care professionals.
From Waynesville’s Tuscola High School to WCU and on to Indiana University with a few stops in between, Marty Clark has devoted a lot to football. Not as a player, not as a coach, but as an equipment manager.
The WCU Foundation Board of Directors welcomed new members Mike Crawford and Gayle Watkins at its annual spring meeting.
Students in the Kimmel School of Construction Management are getting a no-cost head start on important industry certifications that will give them an advantage as they graduate and go into professional careers.
Will and Deni McIntyre, who have traveled the world capturing photographs and video for global clients for more than 40 years, recently created an endowed scholarship for students majoring in English or world languages.
A funny thing happened to Kathryn Curle Rentz on her way to becoming a professor of English literature and composition: she fell in love with professional writing and never looked back.
Going back to school to earn a job promotion, change careers or start a business is more convenient than ever.
Annual corporate support from one of the largest custom home builders in the eastern U.S. is helping lay the foundation for future successes for graduates of the Construction Management Program.