The WHEE Wagon Program, a Western Carolina University School of Nursing outreach project helping medically fragile children, is partnering with participants in a WCU study-abroad course to provide an IV pole-equipped wagon to children in the United Kingdom.
“The idea behind the Urban Death Project is to bring nature into the cities, because I think all cities need a deeper connection to nature and all of us who live in cities can benefit from that.” -- Katrina Spade, founder, Urban Death Project
Participants can tap into their creativity or learn to play soccer at the range of Western Carolina University camps to be offered in Cullowhee during summer 2012. Click on the links below to learn more about the programs and how to register. Information about additional camps will be posted as it becomes available.
Gibbs Knotts and Todd Collins of the Western Carolina University department of political science and public affairs co-authored a guest editorial, which appeared in the Wednesday, June 2, issue of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Bids were opened Tuesday, Dec. 8, for construction of a new building designed to broaden the educations of Western North Carolina health care providers and facilitate the dissemination of information promoting healthy lifestyles.
Western Carolina University will honor its fall graduating class, and recognize another group of graduates who received their degrees after this year’s summer school sessions, as the university holds fall commencement at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19.