How far can $500 go? For 10 community engagement projects involving Western Carolina University students, far enough to provide valuable service to some worthy causes.
More than 100 leaders from across Western North Carolina came together Friday, Oct. 7, at Western Carolina University to discuss ways to foster regional economic development without having a negative impact on the mountain environment.
For the eighth consecutive year, Western Carolina University has been named to a national honor roll of institutions of higher education that provide exemplary community service and civic engagement, both on and off campus.
Sessions with Western Carolina University’s chancellor and provost and in-depth discussions about four books focusing on leadership development highlight the 2016-17 schedule for the 13 new members of WCU’s Leadership Academy.
A conference at Western Carolina University on Friday, Oct. 7, will focus on the intersection of the environment and the economy in Western North Carolina.
Western Carolina University students turned out for the March 15 North Carolina primary at a higher rate than the general voting population and all but one other college in the state. For the November general election, there’s a concerted effort to be No. 1.
For four years, Mike Corelli, Western Carolina University’s associate director for the Department of Campus Activities, wanted to expand the leadership experience of the minor in leadership program by taking an overseas trip.
Western Carolina University will host fun competition for the first-ever “Barefoot Games” on campus Saturday, April 23, to raise awareness and funds for Samaritan’s Feet, a global humanitarian aid organization.