The annual Tuck River Cleanup will be held on Saturday, April 15, with registration being held from 9-11 a.m. at Western Carolina University’s Alumni Tower.
This summer, students from the Environmental Health Sciences program will get the opportunity to get hands-on experience in health departments in eight of North Carolina’s westernmost counties.
The outside of Western Carolina University’s Apodaca Science Building will soon feature a new sculpture.
Students in Katerina Spasovska’s News Writing II course are getting real-world experience writing stories for the local newspaper, the Sylva Herald.
The Mountain Heritage Center has been selected by North Carolina Humanities to host the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service’s exhibit “Crossroads: Change in Rural America.”
Chancellor Kelli R. Brown and Kandi Deitemeyer, president of Central Piedmont CC signed a memorandum of understanding that guarantees admission to WCU for all CPCC graduates who satisfy certain requirements.
Students from Catawba Valley Community College will be guaranteed admission to WCU after Chancellor Kelli R. Brown and Garrett Hinshaw, president of CVCC, signed a memorandum of understanding between the two institutions.
Four WCU alumni from various industries in Jackson County shared the impact the university has had on their decision to open a business in Jackson County and how the university has helped them grow.
The $70k ASID grant will support the resilient and age-inclusive design assessment framework project that will be used to evaluate the social determinant of health outcomes of older adults in WNC.