WCU’s College of Health and Human Sciences will host the 22nd annual Cullowhee Conference on Communicative Disorders on Thursday, March 27, and Friday, March 28.
The College of Education and Allied Professions at WCU will host its second annual golf tournament on Saturday, March 29, at High Vista Country Club in Mills River.
Runners still have time to sign up for WCU’s Valley of the Lilies Half Marathon and 5-K at special early registration rates, but fees will go up Saturday, March 1.
Students representing WCU’s athletic training program made their presence felt at the recent Southeast Athletic Trainers’ Association Student Symposium and Educators’ Conference held in Atlanta.
WCU’s accelerated bachelor of science in nursing degree program is transitioning from a 12-month to a four-semester program.
Noted Native American scholar and author Robert J. Conley, Sequoyah Distinguished Professor of Cherokee Studies, died Sunday, Feb. 16, after a period of declining health.
Catamount basketball fans can cast votes until Sunday to earn the university a spot in the Elite Eight of the National Collegiate Athletic Association 6th Fan Contest.
WCU will offer a Certified Financial Planner certificate program beginning in March.
The Reed Trio concert scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 25, has been canceled.
WCU’s Office of Continuing and Professional Education will offer two photography workshops at the university’s instructional site at Biltmore Park Town Square in Asheville.
Two student choral ensembles from the university’s School of Music, the University Chorus and the Concert Choir, will perform in the recital hall of Coulter Building.
Saheed Aderinto, assistant professor in WCU’s Department of History, will deliver a presentation on Africa and World War II as the Carolina Round Table on the World Wars meets Wednesday, Feb. 19.
A panel discussion titled “Voting Rights: 1960s to Today” will be held in the theater of Western Carolina University’s A.K. Hinds University Center at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24.
The Carolina Chocolate Drops will bring their rich blend of black string-band music, blues, jazz and folk balladry to Cullowhee for a 7:30 p.m. show at the Bardo Arts Center.
WCU once again ranks among the nation’s leaders in the number of student projects accepted for presentation at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
Pottery from the private collection of Joan Byrd and George Rector will be on display from Monday, Feb. 24, through Friday, May 9, at the Fine Art Museum at WCU.
There are no weather-related announcements at this time.
Western Carolina University will host a benefit performance of “The Vagina Monologues” at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, and Saturday, March 1, in the Grandroom of A.K. Hinds University Center.
The WCU men’s basketball team will continue its Southern Conference schedule this Saturday as its old rival App State comes to town for a 2 p.m. meeting at the Ramsey Center.
Robin C. Oliver, a marketing and branding executive with extensive advertising agency experience, has been appointed to lead Western Carolina University’s newly created marketing unit.
Spring enrollment at Western Carolina University is at an all-time high as the number of students at WCU this semester has topped 9,600 for the first time in university history.
The Saturday event, designed for prospective students and their families, has been canceled due to this week's winter storm and the threat of more severe weather.
WCU’s School of Music and director of bands, John West, will host the western regional All-District Band for a series of rehearsals and performances on campus Friday and Saturday, Feb. 14-15.
England-born artist Mark Hewitt will demonstrate the art of throwing ceramics and give an artist’s talk Thursday at the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.
Western Carolina University has announced its graduation and dean’s lists for fall semester 2013.
North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley will deliver a keynote address at 6 p.m. Tuesday at A.K. Hinds University Center as a part of WCU’s Black Heritage Expo.
Western Carolina University will host the first of three annual diversity conferences for nursing educators, health-care professionals, secondary educators and community leaders on Friday, April 4.
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The Tuesday concert at the Coulter Building will feature music faculty members Amy Cherry on trumpet and Dan Cherry on trombone, accompanied by Lillian Buss Pearson on piano.