Lamberto Roque Hernandez, a writer, artist and educator, will speak at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 3, in the A.K. Hinds University Center theater.
Upcoming presentations, exploring questions of religious belief and secularism in contemporary life, are scheduled for 6 p.m. on both Tuesday, Oct. 8, and Tuesday, Oct. 22, in Sylva.
Representatives of WCU's staff approved a resolution Friday, Sept. 27, specifically calling out Alison Morrison-Shetlar’s emphasis on the role of staff and the importance of professional development opportunities.
Each email newsletter will be tailored to the individual’s interests, with WCU employees only receiving stories and features that interest them,
Panelists will include Richard Starnes, interim provost; Cory Causby, associate vice chancellor for human resources; and Mike Byers, vice chancellor for administration and finance.
Groups scheduled to appear are the WCU Horn Choir, the university tuba and euphonium quartet, two saxophone quartets and the Balsam Brass Quintet.
Alumnus Kevin Rumley '18 serves with Asheville's Buncombe County Veterans Treatment Court (VTC) which is an example of a treatment court that specifically serves the veteran community.
A multimedia campaign will specifically target disadvantaged communities in the state, using television commercials, targeted social media promotions, ads on streaming services and radio spots.
The number of WCU students casting ballots nearly doubled from the 2014 midterm election to the 2018 midterm election.