Rasul Mowatt will address the topic “City By Design: How the Seeds of Racial and Ethnic Division Are Integrated into Neighborhoods, Parks and Schools.”
A vulnerability assessment will be conducted in Duck, a coastal community touted as a premier beach vacation spot near important ecosystems and estuaries.
The nonprofit Remote Area Medical has held mobile clinics for uninsured and underserved families and individuals, assisted by health care professionals and students, since 1985.
In 1957, WCC enrolled its first African-American student; in 2019, WCU will name a new residence hall in her honor.
In 1969, on the eve of a new decade and with a newfound sense of promise on campus, Western Carolina University began what would become its School of Nursing.
David L. Westling is a nationally and internationally recognized leader in the field of special and inclusive education and, when he retires this coming June, will wrap up nearly 22 years as WCU’s Adelaide Worth Daniels Distinguished Professor of Special Education.
Thanks to the ongoing generosity of a husband and wife who divide their time between Highlands and Hilton Head Island in South Carolina, WCU is one step closer toward its goal of being able to provide scholarship assistance to every Honors College student with financial need.