The competition between Western Carolina University students to win a building contract at a Cullowhee church was just for fun, but the construction ideas and issues they pointed out recently were real – and appreciated.
A Memorandum of Understanding promoting education, patient care and research for the benefit of American Indian nations was signed between Wake Forest University, Western Carolina University and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) Nov. 17 at Wake Forest.
A “Crisis Communications” course that will be offered online by Western Carolina University this coming spring semester will provide an opportunity for business owners and individuals involved in emergency-related fields to learn how to produce a crisis communication plan.
Student members of Sigma Lambda Chi, the international construction honor society in Western Carolina University 's Kimmel School of Construction Management, Engineering and Technology, recently provided their expertise and labor for ARF, the humane society of Jackson County.
As part of a semester-long project exploring recreation projects, 10 Western Carolina University students chose to take the initiative to improve the appearance of Cullowhee's business district on the Tuckaseigee River.
Western Carolina University students will provide about $4.2 million worth of volunteer work for Western North Carolina communities this academic year as they participate in co-curricular volunteer activities and course-based service learning projects.
Western Carolina University students sold nearly 1,000 paper cranes to benefit the victims of a mid-November shooting at an off-campus restaurant, raising more than $1,700 and inspiring additional pledges of $1,325.