Western Carolina University’s environmental health program recently chartered a student section of the American Society of Safety Engineers, an international organization of more than 32,000 safety, health and environmental professionals.
A new exhibit that focuses on the effort to preserve Judaculla Rock, an ancient petroglyph located in Jackson County’s Caney Fork community, will be on display at Western Carolina University’s Mountain Heritage Center from March 26 through July 10.
Approximately 250 high school students from across Western North Carolina and northern Georgia will test their knowledge of French and Spanish on Tuesday, March 23, in Western Carolina University’s 28th annual Foreign Language Contest.
Two experts on the origin and development of the Plott hound breed of dog will discuss their latest findings during a Wednesday, March 24, presentation at Western Carolina University’s Mountain Heritage Center.
While negotiations continue in Hollywood for a big screen version of his most successful novel, Western Carolina University faculty member Ron Rash is collecting rave reviews in the United States and abroad for his most recent book, “Burning Bright.”
Western Carolina University is partnering with Jackson County government and the U.S. Census Bureau to promote the participation of local citizens – and especially WCU students – in the 2010 federal census.