While negotiations continue in Hollywood for a big screen version of his most successful novel, Western Carolina University faculty member Ron Rash is collecting rave reviews in the United States and abroad for his most recent book, “Burning Bright.”
Western Carolina University is partnering with Jackson County government and the U.S. Census Bureau to promote the participation of local citizens – and especially WCU students – in the 2010 federal census.
Western Carolina University’s College of Business and Graduate School will hold their annual accounting “Meet the Firms Night” from 6 until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, March 23, in the Owen Conference Center on the University of North Carolina at Asheville campus.
A scholar of Afghanistan who formerly lived in that Asian country for almost a decade will visit Western Carolina University to deliver a free public lecture titled “Afghanistan: The Burning Questions.”
Western Carolina University’s efforts to incorporate community service and civic engagement activities into the curriculum once again have been recognized as exemplary by the Corporation for National and Community Service.