Three professors from Western Carolina University who co-edited a work of collected historical writings about the Cherokee will sign copies of the book Saturday, Dec. 18, at the Museum of the Cherokee Indian.
Western Carolina University faculty member Rob Young, director of the Program for the Study of Developed Shorelines at WCU, has been appointed to the South Carolina Blue Ribbon Committee on Shoreline Management.
Arledge Armenaki, associate professor of cinematography, is recipient of a Telly Award for his work as director of photography on “Wesley,” a historical movie about a co-founder of the Methodist church.
Western Carolina University Chancellor John W. Bardo thanked faculty and staff for continuing to increase institutional quality despite the state’s budget crisis, and urged them not to allow lingering economic doldrums to derail their efforts to continue creating “a 21st-century university.”
Western Carolina University, among the first institutions in the country to adopt the Boyer model across campus, invites educational personnel to learn more about implementing the new philosophy of scholarship on their campuses.
The North Carolina Governor’s Logistics Task Force stopped Thursday, June 24, at Western Carolina University to learn about Western North Carolina’s economic assets and existing transportation and technology infrastructure that make the region unique from other areas of the state.