The honors were earned through the recent District III competition of the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education.
Students, faculty and staff, along with civic and community groups, will collect litter, debris and discarded items along the Tuckaseigee River between Cullowhee and Whittier on Saturday, April 13.
Freebird McKinney and Julie Pittman visited campus to address an assembly of some 250 WCU teacher education students.
A Wednesday, March 20, concert will feature Poulenc’s “Gloria” and a Thursday, March 21, presentation will be Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition” and Brahms’ “Academic Festival Overture.”
Online voting in the second round of Blue Ridge Outdoors magazine's poll continues through 11 a.m. Monday, March 11.
Attendance of WCU employees at the meetings and related activities is considered work time (university service) with the appropriate approval of the individual’s supervisor.
The event gives visitors a chance to tour the campus, learn about the university’s wide array of award-winning academic programs, and find out the important details of topics such as financial aid.
WCU has hosted the two-day event, coordinated by the Division of Educational Outreach, for decades.
The board also approved a construction manager at risk for the project, scheduled to begin at the end of the 2019-20 academic year.