For the son of a small-town Baptist preacher who went to college to become a classically trained pianist, only to find his professional career take an unexpected change of tempo into academia, the Saturday (June 23) memorial service for Western Carolina University Chancellor David O. Belcher hit all the right notes.
The impact of product placement in movies on college-age individuals, the effects of inadequate cellular access on emergency medical services in rural areas and an examination of the function of an enzyme that copies and repairs mitochondrial DNA are among the topics being investigated during the third year of Western Carolina University’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program.
The North Carolina House of Representatives on Wednesday, June 20, approved a resolution honoring the life and memory of the late David O. Belcher in recognition of his transformative leadership as chancellor at Western Carolina University since taking the position July 2011.
An on-campus memorial service to celebrate the life and accomplishments of Western Carolina University Chancellor David O. Belcher is set for 1 p.m. Saturday, June 23, in the performance hall of the John W. Bardo Fine and Performing Arts Center.
The employee wellness team “WHEE for Life” is encouraging Western Carolina University faculty and staff to participate in various wellness activities this summer through the Employee Summer Bingo Challenge.
As a means to improve security and eliminate several issues and inconsistencies with default email apps on Android and iOS devices, Western Carolina University has made Microsoft Outlook its officially supported mobile email app for all devices.
Western Carolina University’s School of Nursing has received a $2.7 million grant from the U.S. Health Resources and Services Administration to support a new post-baccalaureate nurse residency program and to further develop community-based primary care clinical experiences.
Native plant enthusiasts from all across the Southeast have gathered at Western Carolina University every summer for the past 35 years to spend a few days learning and sharing information about regional plants.