The event is organized by EPIC Innovation, a student initiative within the College of Business that encourages entrepreneurship through “elevating potential, imagination and collaboration.”
North Carolina Campus Compact, a statewide network of 37 colleges and universities with a shared commitment to civic engagement, honors one student leader at each member school.
The body of WCU's elected staff representatives will meet in the Multipurpose Room.
The performance of “Christmas Brass” on Tuesday, Dec. 18, at the Jackson County Public Library in Sylva will benefit victims of the California wildfires.
The Office of Research Administration will accept applications from tenured faculty, tenure-track faculty and staff for the Provost’s Internal Funding Support Grant through Friday, Feb. 1.
The exhibit features wartime images and artifacts, as well as examples of propaganda used to build support for the war effort, and highlights local individuals who served.
The North Carolina Housing Officers have chosen Lisa Surber, a housing assignments coordinator, as the recipient of its Scott Braswell Housing Function Award.
James Driver Blythe, a criminal justice major from Cherokee, will deliver remarks for the morning ceremony and Emma Mahala Mooney, a Dobson native and business administration and law major, will address the audience for the afternoon event.
Amanda Muse is one of very few female snare drum players who perform at the highest levels of marching band. After overcoming stereotypes and physical challenges, Amanda uses her talent to inspire a new generation of musicians. The Pride of the Mountains Marching Band has given her the opportunity to share her gift with thousands of younger drummers. It has also given her the ride of a lifetime while performing in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and at the Bands of America Grand Nationals competition in Indianapolis, Indiana.