A Western Carolina University professor and consultant will lead a one-day workshop focusing on “Crisis Communication Planning and Response: How to Communicate Before, During and After a Crisis” on Friday, April 7, at WCU’s instructional site at Biltmore Park Town Square in Asheville.
Western Carolina University students once again are among the nation’s leaders in the number of research projects accepted for presentation at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, and this year, for the first time, WCU’s student contingent will include a representative of the School of Nursing.
All the commercial space on the ground floor of Noble Hall, Western Carolina University’s new mixed-use facility on Centennnial Drive, is now fully operational after a low-key “soft opening” was held for MadStone Cafe and Catching Light Books, a combination eatery and bookstore, on March 28.
Western Carolina University’s Office of Accessibility Resources will be hosting Autism Awareness Month in April to promote diversity, acceptance and inclusion for all WCU students who identify on the spectrum.
Chris Cooper, professor and head of Western Carolina University’s Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, will join former WCU political science professor Gibbs Knotts in presenting a book the two co-authored at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, April 1, at City Lights Bookstore in Sylva
Western Carolina University’s Department of English, the student-run journal The Nomad and the Society of Professional Communicators will be hosting their inaugural conference for undergraduate research, “Interdisciplinary Innovations: Approaches to Global Concerns,” from 9:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Friday, April 7, in Conference Room A of Blue Ridge Hall.
Western Carolina University’s School of Stage and Screen will present “Hair,” the beloved and controversial 1960s show that defined the rock musical, beginning Wednesday, April 5, and continuing through Sunday, April 9.