Today, January 17, marks the 26th day of the federal government’s partial shutdown. This past weekend, the shutdown became the longest in history when it surpassed the previous record set in 1995. In our role as an institution of higher education, we consider this sort of moment in history a learning opportunity for our students, as well as our larger community. Watch as our on-campus experts breakdown the government shutdown in five minutes.
The associate professor of health and physical education was honored at a gathering of the North Carolina Alliance for Athletics, Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Dance and Sport Management.
The pool of candidates has been narrowed down to 10 contenders who will be invited to participate in off-campus interviews set for Thursday, Jan. 31, through Saturday, Feb. 2.
Ian Hewer, Ben Woody and Jenny Della Posta travel for 52 hours on a medical mission trip and get a taste of medical improvisation.
Children will work on projects that include figurative clay sculptures, portraiture in oil pastel and a large pillow-based installation project.
The Catamount Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year as the primary fundraising arm for WCU athletics.
The Jan. 9-12 event was billed as “part music festival, part networking, part education and all inspiration.”
The publication assesses schools based on four general, weighted categories for online programs: student engagement, student services and technology, faculty credentials and training, and peer reputation.
The national search was led by a campus committee chaired by Jeff Ray, dean of the College of Engineering and Technology, and completed with the assistance of the Buffkin-Baker executive search firm.