WCU’s Cherokee Language Program recently received a $11,700 donation from the John W. Heisse Fund for Historic Preservation for the Eastern Cherokee Histories in Translation Project.
Fowler is a 61-year-old Head Start and North Carolina pre-k teacher in Hendersonville.
For the third consecutive year, Business North Carolina magazine included Chancellor Kelli R. Brown of WCU in its Power List 2023 of the state’s most influential leaders.
Linda Kingsbury, who serves as a staff services manager for the State of California Department of Justice, wanted a school that could meet her needs as an adult learner. She found a few schools that checked those boxes; one of those was WCU.
Briana Ford, director of Military Student Services was nominated and selected as one of 15 military-related educators from the region to attend an exclusive Army Educator Tour program.
The dean’s suite of offices in the Forsyth Building has a new formal name that celebrates five generations of a family’s connections to WCU dating back to the early 1900s.
Freshman Avery Pittman wowed judges with an idea for 3D virtual dorm room tours for incoming freshmen.
Western Carolina University’s Hunter Library will offer more tabletop and virtual reality game nights this fall.
Charles Volz is a business administration and law major from Granite Falls. Volz will graduate this May and then attend law school in the fall.