Students and professors in Western Carolina University's computer science program will be involved in two collaborative research projects designed to increase access to a rapidly developing form of high performance computing known as “grid computing.”
A gift of more than $106,600 from the estate of the late Lucile Reed Edwards, a 1943 graduate of what was then called Western Carolina Teachers College, will help future generations of students from Jackson County attend what is now Western Carolina University.
During his recent visit to Asheville and Buncombe County, Western Carolina Chancellor John Bardo talked with high school students about their college plans and told community leaders and county government officials about Western's effort to promote economic development throughout the region.
A longtime dean and a former trustee were awarded honorary doctorates in recognition of their dedicated service to Western Carolina University and a Gaston County woman received a major alumni award as the university held spring commencement exercises Saturday (May 8.)
The results are in from a comprehensive scientific sampling of residents of the 23 westernmost counties of North Carolina, and researchers at Western Carolina University’s Center for Regional Development say they found some surprises in their examination of the region’s economic, social and political trends.
Western Carolina University’s Delta Zeta chapter of the Phi Beta Delta honor society for international scholars is recipient of the Southeast Regional Best Chapter Award, presented recently at the 2004 Phi Beta Delta conference in Washington, D.C.
Western Carolina University senior Danielle Elizabeth Hochstetter of Charlotte has been chosen to receive a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship, and will spend 13 months in South Korea teaching English as a foreign language.