Both camps will be led by Max Lanning, a science teacher at Swain County High School and WCU alumnus.
The honors are presented at WCU's annual fall festival of Appalachian culture, Mountain Heritage Day.
The board also will hold committee meetings beginning at 2 p.m. Thursday, June 6, in the boardroom.
The MPA program prepares town managers, directors of nonprofit organizations, professors, police officers and other professionals committed to public service.
The coalition states its mission is to protect the nation’s residents, economy and military installations.
A panel discussion will focus on land trusts and help shed light on the current status of that aspect of conservation.
A wide array of classes and workshops will be available this summer through WCU's Division of Educational Outreach.
Recognition for four graduating students with perfect GPAs, presentation of an award to one of the UNC System’s premier teachers, and the inspiring success stories of two other graduating students were among the highlights.
Tim Metz, assistant vice chancellor for institutional planning and effectiveness, and Mike Byers, vice chancellor for administration and finance, review information that would have been shared at an April 29 forum.