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Western Carolina unveils new Center for Applied Technology

The first new building constructed at Western Carolina University in more than 17 years opened for business Saturday, Nov. 1, as U.S. Rep. Charles Taylor joined university officials to cut the ribbon on the Center for Applied Technology, a high-technology training facility built with nearly $8 million in federal funds.
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Western’s alumni, service awards go to ex-trustee, A-B Tech president, lawyer

Western Carolina University paid tribute Saturday, Oct. 18, to a Winston-Salem banking executive who recently completed an eventful term as chairman of the university’s board of trustees, to the president of Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College, and to a young Wake County attorney who donates his services to an organization for the developmentally disabled.