Western Carolina University students and faculty members will be speaking about the experiences they gained during trips to African countries as the “Africa Campus Theme Showcase” is held from 3 until 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, in Conference Room A of Blue Ridge Hall.
The Western Carolina University community will come together to celebrate the diverse cultures and traditions of its international student population during the 38th annual International Festival on Wednesday, March 29.
The research talents and creative work of Western Carolina University’s undergraduate and graduate students will take center stage during the annual Research and Scholarship Celebration that will be held at various locations across campus over a two-day period – Wednesday, March 29, and Thursday, March 30.
Students and faculty from Western Carolina University’s School of Art and Design will participate in a panel discussion on “alternative facts” Saturday, March 25, at Revolve Art Space in Asheville that coincides with an accompanying multimedia exhibition on information, disinformation and public perception.
Two faculty members from WCU’s Department of World Languages – Lori Oxford, associate professor and coordinator of the undergraduate program in Spanish; and Alberto Centeno-Pulido, assistant professor of Spanish – traveled to London, England, in February to give presentations.
Two faculty members and four students representing WCU’s doctoral program in physical therapy presented at the recent American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting held in San Antonio, Texas.