Christina L. Reitz, WCU associate professor of music, published an “Opera Report” on Jennifer Higdon's operatic work “Cold Mountain” in volume 23, no. 2 of the peer-reviewed journal the International Alliance for Women in Music.
Two faculty members from WCU’s Parks and Recreation Management Program, Glenn Middleton and Andrew Bobilya, represented the university at the Association for Experiential Education Annual International Conference in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on Nov. 8-12.
Western Carolina University’s proposal to build a transmission tower to broadcast the signal from the campus radio station at the 95.3 FM frequency cleared a major hurdle Monday (Nov. 27) when the Jackson County Board of Commissioners granted the university a waiver in regards to some of the provisions of the county’s Wireless Communications Ordinance.
Cheryl Clark, an assistant professor in Western Carolina University’s School of Nursing, says she always has found participating in service trips to Jamaica to be positive experiences, but a recent journey to that Caribbean island nation with a group of WCU nursing students plumbed an even greater depth of personal meaning – and it involved a little red wagon.
Students and faculty from Western Carolina University’s School of Music will present the comic opera “The Hotel Casablanca” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7, in the recital hall of the university’s Coulter Building.