Sharon Metcalfe, associate professor in WCU’s School of Nursing, will be the keynote speaker for the 20th Global Nursing Education Conference being held in New York City from Wednesday, March 21, through Friday, March 23.
Mark A. Kossick, WCU professor of nursing and anesthesia simulation education coordinator, authored a chapter titled “Clinical Monitoring I: Cardiovascular System” in the sixth edition of the textbook “Nurse Anesthesia.”
Ingrid Bego, assistant professor in WCU’s Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, authored the first chapter of “Gender in the Political Science Classroom,” which was published in December by Indiana University Press.
Don Livingston, a professor in WCU’s Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, wrapped up his 33 years on the WCU faculty in December by receiving The Order of the Long Leaf Pine, the state of North Carolina’s highest civilian honor.
Christina L. Reitz, WCU associate professor of music, published an “Opera Report” on Jennifer Higdon's operatic work “Cold Mountain” in volume 23, no. 2 of the peer-reviewed journal the International Alliance for Women in Music.
Kelly R. Kelley, associate professor of inclusive and special education in WCU’s School of Teaching and Learning and co-director of the university’s University Participant Program, is recipient of the State of the Art in Postsecondary Education Conference 2017 Leadership in Higher Education Award.
Two faculty members from WCU’s Parks and Recreation Management Program, Glenn Middleton and Andrew Bobilya, represented the university at the Association for Experiential Education Annual International Conference in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, on Nov. 8-12.