David Dorondo, an associate professor of history, has found himself lately a part of espionage, international diplomacy and a shadow world of geopolitical intrigue.
WCU’s Special and Digital Collections at Hunter Library has digitized a collection of interviews conducted between 1986 and 1989 with Black residents from Western North Carolina, all of whom were older than 69 at the time.
WCU’s Department of Chemistry and Physics will host an evening telescope viewing party at the Jackson County Airport at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 16.
Nine years after being identified as WCU’s No. 1 capital improvements project, groundbreaking finally took place for the replacement of the aging steam plant.
WCU’s regional COVID-19 vaccine clinic will receive a delivery of 1,700 Johnson and Johnson’s Janssen COVID-19 vaccines next week that will be earmarked for students living in on-campus student housing and off-campus shared residences.
WCU’s Regional COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic will be accepting appointments for all groups beginning April 1.
WCU and Vecinos partnered to vaccinate 100 farmworkers in Western North Carolina against the COVID-19 virus.
A new group has been organized for African American faculty and staff at WCU, though its efforts are intended to reach beyond into the community and other constituencies.
Scholarly conferences are an opportunity to network and meet old friends. Such was the case at the recent Nineteenth Century Studies Association annual conference presented virtually from Sacramento, California.