A Western Carolina University political science and public affairs professor recently teamed with the town of Sylva to create a survey for business owners about their opinions on local issues and services.
Western Carolina University Chancellor John Bardo invited Asheville Chamber of Commerce members to visit the Cullowhee campus and see for themselves how the university is helping businesses and promoting economic development throughout the region.
A new graduate program designed to prepare scientists for careers in the “business” of the science and technology industry marks the latest expansion of Western Carolina University’s programs that support regional development and innovation.
Students from Western Carolina University’s chapter of Phi Beta Lambda honor society in business recently attended a state leadership conference and received awards for their knowledge in business fields.
Western Carolina University and M7 Event Solutions will co-host Business After Hours with the Asheville Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, May 24, at 5:30 p.m. at Claxton Farm, 10 miles north of downtown Asheville.
Ronald A. Johnson (pictured), who holds the JP Morgan Chase Chair in Finance in the Jesse H. Jones School of Business at Texas Southern University, is the next dean of the College of Business at Western Carolina University.
A national search for the next dean of the College of Business at Western Carolina University has narrowed the list down to three finalists who will take part in a series of public receptions on campus and in Sylva and Asheville as part of the selection process.
Bill Gradison (pictured at right), a member of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board, a non-profit corporation created by Congress in 2002 following a series of high-profile accounting and bankruptcy scandals, will deliver a pair of presentations in the region on Wednesday, March 28, as a part of the speaker series of Western Carolina University’s College of Business.
Western Carolina University recently named Susan Swanger, associate professor of accounting, director for the Master of Accountancy Program. Swanger replaces Philip Little, who had led the program since its inception in 1996.