The award offers funding for research and scholarly development to help faculty and staff become more competitive in the pursuit of external grants.
Nearly 300 members of the university community came together for a ceremony recognizing the institution’s first African-American student.
Family, friends and colleagues are mourning the loss of longtime WCU faculty member James Peery Williams Thompson.
Charlie Duke will be featured during an event Wednesday, Sept. 11, at the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.
The ceremony in the Bardo Arts Center performance hall and a reception that will be held afterward in the center's Star Lobby are free and open to the public.
He is a professor of English at East Carolina University and the author of three collections from Carnegie Mellon University Press.
Rounding out the schedule is the Controlled Chaos Film Festival, a celebration of the creations of students in WCU’s Film and Television Production Program.
The exercise was conducted Friday, Aug. 30, by the U.S. Marshals Service at the federal courthouse in Asheville.
Both workshops will be held at the university’s instructional site at Biltmore Park in Asheville in early October.