Two faculty members and four students representing WCU’s doctoral program in physical therapy presented at the recent American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting held in San Antonio, Texas.
Ben Rickert, assistant director of communications for Buncombe County Schools, reported that students at Estes Elementary School in Arden “were raving about how much they learned and all the fun they had” following a visit to the school by two faculty members from Western Carolina University’s Department of Chemistry and Physics, Carmen Huffman and Alesia Jennings, and a WCU senior majoring in chemistry, Ryan Archer.
James T. Costa, Western Carolina University professor of biology and executive director of Highlands Biological Station, has been named to the Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer program class of 2017-19. The honor was announced in the January-February issue of American Scientist magazine.
Two Western Carolina University faculty members took part in a National Public Radio live event Tuesday, Feb. 7, titled "Going There: When Your Hometown Gets Hot," which featured a discussion of the phenomenon of Asheville and Western North Carolina becoming fashionable and trendy.
Santiago Garcia-Castanon’s article “Reescribiendo a Milton: seis sonetos en espanol” (“Rewriting Milton: Six Sonnets in Spanish”) has been published in the latest issue of the Revista de Filologia y Linguistica de la Universidad de Costa Rica.
Mimi Fenton, WCU professor of English, is co-editor of the book “With Wandering Steps: Generative Ambiguity in Milton’s Poetics,” a collection of nine essays about the poetry and poetic processes of English literary giant John Milton.