The university's undergraduates had 76 projects accepted, and 67 students will attend the prestigious event being held April 11-13 at Kennesaw State University.
The agenda includes keynote talks by Mary C. Waters, Harvard University’s John L. Loeb Distinguished Professor of Sociology, and Laura Wright, WCU English professor and UNC Board of Governors teaching award winner.
A rapt audience attended a speaking engagement featuring Cristina Henríquez discussing her work, 'The Book of Unknown Americans.'
Voting in the championship round of Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine's contest continues through 11 a.m. Monday, April 1.
The organization's Southeastern regional advocacy manager will speak to “Dive Deep into Advocacy” on Tuesday, April 2.
The student squad brought home “Striving for Excellence” honors, an “EMS Ready Campus” award and other accolades after a recent conference.
The fellowship, named for Campus Compact co-founder Frank Newman, is a yearlong program emphasizing personal, professional and civic growth for students.
Competition segments take two to three hours, with volunteers serving as proctors and grading tests.
A concert and jam session will be held at the headquarters for Homebase College Ministry, located on the east side of the WCU campus at 83 Central Drive.