Western Carolina University’s Graduate School will host the 2015 Graduate Education Summit on Thursday, Feb. 12, featuring a half-day of sessions centered on the topic “Finding the Balance: Rigorous Content Instruction and Research vs. Preparing Future Professionals.”
Students in WCU's master’s degree program in public affairs recently collaborated with 11 Western North Carolina governmental and nonprofit organizations on initiatives ranging from prioritizing needs to researching potential programs.
WCU’s newly restructured online master’s degree in gifted education will be offered this spring as a cross-disciplinary, 30-hour program with a one-week field experience and will focus on helping educators promote students’ creativity and innovation.
WCU recently hosted a half-day event focusing on the emerging natural products industry of the Western North Carolina region. The event also served as an official launch for WCU’s newest graduate program, which leads to a master’s degree in chemistry with a professional science concentration in natural products.