Rhonda Decker of Asheville, a senior in the clinical laboratory sciences program at Western Carolina University, is the recipient of a $1,500 scholarship award from the Alpha Mu Tau honor society of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Sciences.
A musical comedy penned by Laurel Vartabedian, assistant professor of communication and theatre arts at Western Carolina University, has been accepted for FringeNYC, the seventh annual New York International Fringe Festival.
Western Carolina University student Christopher John Bochicchio, a junior from Weaverville, is one of 12 college students from across the nation chosen to participate in a Research Experience for Undergraduates program sponsored by the National Science Foundation.
For the second consecutive year, Western Carolina University’s master’s degree program in physical therapy has earned a perfect score on the profession’s national licensing examination, with 100 percent of test-takers from Western’s program passing on their first attempt.
It’s understandable that Ed Gonzalez felt a little leery about signing up for an English composition course at Western Carolina University. After all, the Cuban-American spent his early childhood in a south Florida household where Spanish was the only language spoken.
A statewide organization of mathematics educators recently bestowed its highest honor on Western Carolina University faculty member Harold Williford in recognition of his 27 years of exemplary service to mathematics education in North Carolina.
A video produced by Western Carolina University’s Office of Public Information and used by the Office of Admissions as part of efforts to recruit new students has won recognition from a national higher education organization.
Robert Godfrey of Asheville, professor of art and former head of the art department at Western Carolina University, is the recipient of a prestigious lifetime achievement award from the Butler Institute of American Art.