Having been named a Fulbright Scholar, John Carzoli, assistant professor and associate department head in the Physical Therapy Program, is headed to South America.
English professor Mae Miller Claxton has won the Phoenix Award for Distinguished Achievement by the Eudora Welty Society.
A reminder from the Office of Sustainability and Energy Management that faculty and staff can take advantage of Ride Share for transportation costs and energy efficiencies and make use of campus carpool parking permits.
Students that frequent Brown Hall will have two new options for their eating pleasure this fall. A new restaurant is also opening in Noble Hall.
WCU will host the annual Cullowhee Native Plant Conference, bringing an international contingent of botanists and gardening enthusiasts to campus, July 20-23.
Five nursing students, one faculty member and two alumni assist Great Faith Vision, a national Christian mission group, in operating a pop-up medical clinic, which for the time being will offer free vision care for young and old.
The Mountain Heritage Center will hold a crafts demonstration and music performance on campus Wednesday, July 20.
The Highlands Botanical Gardens will resume its annual native plant symposium on Friday, Sept. 16, and Saturday, Sept. 17, at two locations.
A 1977 graduate who established a scholarship to celebrate hearing the phrase “cancer undetectable” has found more than just a supporter of his fund in an alumna from the early 2000s.