Western Carolina University English professor Mimi Fenton’s upcoming Fulbright trip to Budapest, Hungary, will interweave research and teaching that focuses on the works of English literary icon John Milton and the role of the public humanities.
An end-of-semester reception to provide Western Carolina University faculty, staff and friends an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of Chancellor David O. Belcher and wife Susan Brummell Belcher to the university and the Western North Carolina region is set for Monday, Dec. 18.
Western Carolina University faculty and staff members can keep up with the activities of the university’s Faculty Senate and Staff Senate by attending public meetings those two bodies have scheduled in January.
Western Carolina University’s Office of Research Administration will accept applications from WCU tenured faculty, tenure-track faculty and staff for the Provost's Internal Funding Support Grant through Thursday, Feb. 1.
Western Carolina University will hold a pair of commencement ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 16, to honor the university’s fall graduating class and a group of newly minted WCU alumni who were awarded degrees after this year’s summer school sessions.
Mark A. Kossick, WCU professor of nursing and anesthesia simulation education coordinator, authored a chapter titled “Clinical Monitoring I: Cardiovascular System” in the sixth edition of the textbook “Nurse Anesthesia.”
Ingrid Bego, assistant professor in WCU’s Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, authored the first chapter of “Gender in the Political Science Classroom,” which was published in December by Indiana University Press.
Don Livingston, a professor in WCU’s Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, wrapped up his 33 years on the WCU faculty in December by receiving The Order of the Long Leaf Pine, the state of North Carolina’s highest civilian honor.