A study by Western Carolina University counseling faculty suggests health care providers could help parents who are hiding symptoms of postpartum mood disorders by talking with all obstetric patients about the disorders, assessment, support groups and treatments, even if a patient does not disclose symptoms.
For the third year in a row, Western Carolina University students rank among the nation’s leaders in the number of their research projects that have been accepted for presentation at the country’s most-prestigious undergraduate research conference.
For the third year in a row, WCU students rank among the nation’s leaders in the number of research projects accepted for presentation at the country’s most-prestigious undergraduate research conference.
Professors and students from Western Carolina University’s forensic anthropology program assisted law enforcement agencies in their search for clues in a remote area of national forestland where the body of a hiker missing since October was discovered on Saturday, Feb 2.
A Western Carolina University faculty member’s research into “outlaw” motorcycle clubs recently led to an opportunity for a group of WCU broadcasting students to gain valuable experience working behind the scenes on documentaries being filmed for The History Channel and Arts & Entertainment Network.
A former executive at one of the nation’s largest investor-owned energy companies is now using his expertise to help Western Carolina University energize new ideas for business ventures in Western North Carolina.
A research project led by a Western Carolina University psychology professor indicates that jokes about blondes and women drivers are not just harmless fun and games; instead, exposure to sexist humor can lead to toleration of hostile feelings and discrimination against women.