David Dorondo, Western Carolina University associate professor of history, will speak on the topic “Administering Terror: The Wannsee Conference and the Holocaust” as the Carolina Roundtable on the World Wars meets Thursday, April 27.
Only one team of college- or university-based emergency telecommunicators in the world has achieved accreditation as an “Emergency Medical Dispatch Center of Excellence” from the International Academies of Emergency Dispatch, and that team works at Western Carolina University.
Saheed Aderinto, WCU associate professor of history, led the recent establishment of the Lagos Studies Association, an international, interdisciplinary organization of academic and nonacademic practitioners whose interests focus on Lagos and its peoples.
Mark A. Kossick, WCU professor of nursing and anesthesia simulation education coordinator, accepted an invitation by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists Foundation to serve on its 2017 scholarship review committee.
Members of the Western Carolina University community will have an opportunity to provide feedback on a set of recommendations put forth by the university’s task force on racism during a forum set for 2 to 3 p.m. Monday, April 17, in the theater of A.K. Hinds University Center.
More than 200 high school students from across Western North Carolina and north Georgia gathered at Western Carolina University recently to test their knowledge of French and Spanish in the university’s 35th annual Foreign Language Contest.
Drumming that has been compared to the sound of rolling thunder will fill the performance hall of Western Carolina University’s John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, April 18, as the Taikoza Japanese Drummers take the stage as part of WCU’s Arts and Cultural Events series.