Tali Tsisgwayahi “Two Sparrows Town” Archaeological Collections Curation Facility is housed in McKee Building.
Graduate History student working to translate Cherokee language from native newspapers. Constance Owl’s master’s degree thesis is more than a means to a graduate degree in American history. It’s a portal to understanding and perhaps saving, a disappearing language.
Certified financial planners Joel Kelley and Jacob Sadler will serve as instructors.
The popular, family friendly event will be held Sunday, Dec. 8, in the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.
WCU’s Office of Human Resources and Payroll will hold three sessions to provide detailed information on the new program.
Constance Owl’s master’s degree thesis is turning out to be more than a means to a graduate degree in American history.
A.J. Grube, interim associate dean, will serve as acting dean of the college through the end of the fall term, and Debra Burke, professor of business administration and law, will assume the role of interim dean effective Jan. 1.
For the fourth time in as many years, Western Carolina Athletics and its fundraising arm, the Catamount Club, put out the call as part of the National Day of Giving, #GivingTuesday. And once again, the generosity of the Catamount Nation brightly shined through. Through fundraising efforts stemming around the Dec. 3 Giving Tuesday initiative, a total of 254 generous supporters ranging from the West Coast to the Southeast – and points in between – answered the Giving Tuesday challenge by raising a record-setting total...
The peer-reviewed study examined impacts to a crash test dummy head by a disc in a laboratory, with variations in velocity, mass, disc type or flexibility as would be found at a typical recreational setting.