The Free Enterprise Speaker Series returns to Western Carolina University with a discussion on net neutrality and consequences of pending legislation, 5:30-6:45 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, at A.K. Hinds University Center theater.
The 2017-18 Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers will make a stop in Cullowhee Tuesday, Feb. 13, with the showing of “Liyana” at 7 p.m. in Western Carolina University’s A.K. Hinds University Center theater.
The effort to find a successor for Western Carolina University Chancellor David O. Belcher is well underway, as the 22-member committee leading the search for the university’s next CEO is in the midst of obtaining feedback from the university’s various constituent groups.
Lonnie Johnson, engineer and inventor, will be the guest speaker in Cullowhee on Monday, Feb. 19, as Western Carolina University celebrates Engineers Week. His presentation will begin at 6 p.m. in the A.K. Hinds University Center’s Grandroom.
Nonviolence is being promoted through a series of events being held on the Western Carolina University campus on Tuesday nights through February, with programs featuring communication training, Cherokee perspectives on nonviolence, and a panel discussion and choral celebration.
During his 10 years as Western Carolina University’s assistant director, and then associate director, of operations, Bryant Barnett was grooming himself to eventually become the director of residential living.
To address the need for training in digital communication skills, Western Carolina University’s Division of Educational Outreach is partnering with six experts to offer a digital marketing and public relations certificate this spring.
The academic success of 1,395 Western Carolina University students who were named to the chancellor’s list for fall semester 2017 will be recognized and Richard Sneed, principal chief of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, will deliver keynote remarks during a ceremony set for Tuesday, Feb. 13.
Western Carolina University faculty and staff members can keep up with the activities of the university’s Faculty Senate and Staff Senate by attending public meetings those two bodies have scheduled in February.
Western Carolina University students participating in a recent combination service-learning and faculty-led trip to New Zealand were introduced to a simple but extraordinary public safety concept and witnessed transformative changes happening in a region damaged by earthquakes.