The College of Business at Western Carolina University paused to thank three major donors to its new center for professional selling and marketing, unveiling rooms named in honor of the contributors during an open house Saturday, Oct. 9.
Ask about how to prevent students' alcohol abuse, and everyone's got an opinion. But the facts are harder to find. That's why Western is taking part in a national research project that may become the model for how to reduce high-risk drinking on college campuses. And all members of the campus community can help.
Western Carolina University, in partnership with Isothermal Community College, will offer a bachelor's degree program and teacher licensure in special education in Rutherford County beginning in January 2005.
Western Carolina University will offer three new programs in partnership with Gatlin Education Services designed to provide the skills necessary for professional positions in a variety of occupations within three-months of interactive online study.
Western Carolina University students have always taken pride in their involvement with the community service projects that have become part of Homecoming events, but this year they are taking that pride “to the house.”
Vincent Hall, head of the department of nursing at Western Carolina University, is the recipient of a national award from the Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care for a research article he authored.
In response to a growing need for emergency management professionals in the Western North Carolina region and the nation, Western Carolina University has announced the creation of a new online bachelor's degree program in emergency management, set to begin in January 2005.