In response to the ongoing national economic crisis, Western Carolina University’s Institute for the Economy and the Future is launching WNC Pulse, a new Web-based initiative, to help solve regional problems by identifying Western North Carolina’s major economic, social and political issues and trends.
Students from Western Carolina University’s department of communication will lead an introductory workshop for senior citizens interested in learning about the popular MySpace social networking Web site.
Western Carolina University and Western North Carolina public schools are co-sponsoring an Instructional Leadership Summit with the theme of “Strategies for the 21st Century” on Wednesday, Nov. 5, in Asheville.
Western Carolina University faculty, staff, students and community members will combine their efforts on Saturday, Oct. 25, for Make a Difference Day. Participating in seven projects in Jackson, Macon and Haywood counties, volunteers will assist a variety of organizations.