Western Carolina University has agreed to become one of the sponsors for a new series of mini-programs called “Leadership For Our Town” that will air on WLOS-TV and WBSC-TV (WB 40) in North and South Carolina, beginning Friday, Dec. 10.
A trio of Western Carolina University communication majors recently launched a new weekly radio program called “Free Speech Cullowhee” and quickly established a national presence for the fledgling news and viewpoints show broadcast by the university's WWCU-FM.
Thanks to the creative talents of a husband-and-wife team of world-class photographers who met while students at Western, the university is celebrating next year's opening of the new Fine and Performing Arts Center through a limited-edition calendar that is itself a work of art.
It will be “Diagnosis: Mystery” when a Hollywood screenwriter whose credits include “Diagnosis: Murder” visits Western Carolina University on Monday, Jan. 10, to launch a semester of classes and lectures on writing for television and motion pictures.
Western Carolina University's board of trustees approved Friday, Dec. 3, proposed tuition and fees for 2005-06, including a local tuition charge to help the number of professors and classes keep pace with growing student enrollment, move faculty salaries closer to the average of similar universities nationwide and address staff salary inequities.
The Angel Trees that sprout around campus after Thanksgiving invite everyone to try on their wings a little early. You just choose a paper ornament from the tree and follow the gift-giving instructions on the back. “Take new, unwrapped gift item(s) to Residential Living by Friday, December 17...”
Western Carolina University's Programs in Asheville will offer a graduate-level course during the spring semester that is designed to help governmental and private-sector officials deal with major disasters.