Western Carolina University paid tribute Saturday, Oct. 20, to four highly distinguished alumni – an Asheville attorney who chaired the WCU board of trustees, the president of the largest veterinary distribution company in the country, a biological researcher in the Congo Basin, and a professional baseball management consultant.
In response to a growing need for neutral mediators to resolve agricultural disputes, a course in Superior Court mediation will be offered Oct. 7-11 by the N.C. Agriculture Mediation Program at Western Carolina University.
Western Carolina University’s College of Business is ready to unveil its new Graduate Certificate Program in Project Management, which will be available beginning this fall both fully online and through a combination of online work and regular class meetings in Asheville.
A Western Carolina University political science and public affairs professor recently teamed with the town of Sylva to create a survey for business owners about their opinions on local issues and services.
Western Carolina University Chancellor John Bardo invited Asheville Chamber of Commerce members to visit the Cullowhee campus and see for themselves how the university is helping businesses and promoting economic development throughout the region.