Students in Western Carolina University's master's degree program in school administration and education specialist degree program in educational leadership explored answers to that question in a recent leadership assessment center developed by faculty members in the department of educational leadership and foundations.
Future Tri-County Community College students who complete their associates' degrees will find it easier to add a four-year university degree, thanks to an agreement signed Tuesday (May 24) with Western Carolina University.
The N.C. Biotechnology Center has awarded a grant of nearly $15,000 to Western Carolina University and Forsyth Technical Community College for a summer workshop designed to give N.C. science teachers valuable hands-on experience in DNA sequencing that they can take back to their classrooms across the state.
When Western Carolina University began its degree completion program in elementary education at Tri-County Community College in Murphy four years ago, Julie Norcross knew that she had finally found the program she had been waiting for.
Western Carolina University, in partnership with Isothermal Community College, will offer a bachelor's degree program and teacher licensure in special education in Rutherford County beginning in January 2005.