Voting in the fourth round continues through 11 a.m. Monday, March 25.
Stories of mountain women will be incorporated into the making of a new public artwork at a museum in Dillsboro.
Objectives are for participating educators to gain strategies for teaching students about personal finance, credit, saving and investing.
During his tenure in Cullowhee, Western Carolina gained national recognition for being among the first institutions in the nation to require incoming students to report to campus with their own computers.
Alison Morrison-Shetlar described the tuition program as a “game-changer” that is making a college education more affordable and accessible for a larger number of students.
The college or university receiving the most votes through an online readers’ poll in each round advances to the next round.
The university's interim chancellor will speak on the topic “Transformative Leadership in Action” on March 15.
The exhibition allows emerging artists to showcase their artwork with a larger public, as well as enhance their skills in presenting artwork in a professional gallery setting.
Events scheduled for March 21-28 in A.K. Hinds University Center are free and open to the public.