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Kossick presents lectures as visiting professor at ECU

Mark A. Kossick, a WCU professor of nursing who directs nursing graduate programs and also is anesthesia simulation education coordinator, presented six hours of lectures March 22 as a visiting professor at East Carolina University.  

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Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ comes to big screen in Sunday Cinema Series

The movie version is from a recording of a performance at the National Theatre in London.   

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Staff Senate will hold monthly meeting May 8 at University Center

Employee attendance at meetings of the Staff Senate and Faculty Senate is considered work time (university service) with the approval of the individual’s supervisor.  

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Belcher College naming called 'appropriate coda' to legacy of 'magnificent maestro'

The university officially bestowed the name of late Chancellor David O. Belcher onto the academic unit that is home to its programs in the fine and performing arts.  

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Students from region win honors at 37th annual Language Contest

Approximately 160 high school students from across Western North Carolina and northern Georgia participated in the event.  

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Faculty, staff honored for achievements; Morrison-Shetlar recognized for exemplary service

The annual awards program for WCU employees was held April 26 in the Grandroom of A.K. Hinds University Center.  

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U.S. Latinx Studies minor begins in fall; African-American Studies minor is next

Faculty members Elizabeth McRae and Menune Mwaniki co-chair a committee that hopes to hire a director for the African-American Studies minor this fall.  

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WCU community turns out to welcome chancellor-elect Kelli Brown, husband Dennis

The university's new CEO described how her passion for higher education leadership is grounded in her professional career and her family’s experiences.   

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Engineering Students' Ingenuity Leads to a Trekking Pole for the Digital Age

Almost as ubiquitous as hiking boots is a hiking stick, an age-old means to steady a climb, keep one’s balance, push aside brush and ease a descent. Now, add one more function: phone charger, thanks to the ingenuity of Western Carolina University engineering student Kyle Monaghan.  

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