Craig Fowler, chief information officer, and Anna McFadden, director of the Division of Information Technology’s Department of Academic Engagement and IT Governance, recently presented “Alignment and Accountability: Moving from the Strategic to the Operational” at an EDUCAUSE conference held in Orlando.
EDUCAUSE is a national nonprofit organization committed to advancing higher education through the use of information technology, and the annual conference attracts 6,000 attendees.
An article by David Henderson, assistant professor of philosophy and religion, about American wilderness philosophy has been published in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, one of two peer-reviewed, online encyclopedias in the field.
Henderson teaches courses at WCU including “Environmental Ethics” and “American Wilderness Ethics and Aesthetics.” He earned a master’s degree in wildlife and fisheries sciences and a doctorate in philosophy. The title of his doctoral dissertation was “Wilderness: The History, Significance and Promise of an American Value.”