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All day and evening in-person classes in Cullowhee and at Biltmore Park instructional site are suspended for Tuesday, Jan. 18.

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‘I Love WCU’ month wraps up March 1 with food, fun, door prizes

Attendees can enjoy a light buffet lunch and maybe take home a door prize donated by local businesses that support the Faculty Staff Giving Champions initiative.  

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‘Creativity in the Digital Age’ workshop set at Biltmore Park site

Registration includes morning refreshments and a chance for door prizes.  

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Rays strive to bring students, STEM together through scholarship support

They were engineers in the making whose lives eventually merged as undergraduate students at Tennessee Technological University.  

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Free show to feature Jim Witter; US Navy band concert canceled

Witter and his band will take the stage for the WCU Friends of the Arts Annual Friend-Raising Concert.  

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Photography Services schedules sessions for faculty, staff portraits

The sessions will provide an opportunity for new faculty and staff, as well as returning employees, to have a photo made for departmental websites and other official uses.  

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Students take advantage of scholarships funded through Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Participants receive $5,000 per semester for their junior and senior years and also agree to work in nuclear-related employment for six months after graduation for every year they receive the award.  

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Board of Trustees to gather for quarterly meeting March 1 at HFR

The board also will hold committee meetings and discussions Thursday, Feb. 28.   

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‘Sustainability and the Environment’ takes over as 2019-20 campus learning theme

Sustainability is something that affects everyone in some way. During WCU’s 2019-20 academic year, it will affect students as the new campus learning theme.  

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Teachers of the year for state, western region to give presentations

The event in the Grandroom of A.K. Hinds University Center is open to the campus community and general public.  

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