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Representatives of China university meet with WCU community

Representatives of Chongqing Technology and Business University, Western Carolina University’s most active partner institution in China, visited WCU on Wednesday, Oct. 12, to meet with deans, faculty and students from all the WCU colleges as well as with Provost Alison Morrison-Shetlar and the staff of WCU’s Office of International Programs and Services.

New office will assist students in pursing big-time academic awards

With the recent establishment of Western Carolina University’s Office of National and International Awards, an effort has begun to provide the best-of-the-best students at the university with the tools they need to compete for top awards such as the Rhodes, Fulbright, Marshall and Truman.

WCU receives $1.8 million gift to launch Center for the Study of Free Enterprise

Western Carolina University announced Thursday, Sept. 22, the launch of a new center focused on issues revolving around economic development in North Carolina, especially in its western region.

Leadership Academy for 2016-17 kicks off with 13 new members

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.

WCU to focus on NC Promise, tight budget, continuing momentum in 2016-17

Western Carolina University Chancellor David O. Belcher urged faculty and staff to spend the 2016-17 academic year building on the momentum of the previous year, gearing up for implementation of the N.C. Promise tuition plan, and helping navigate complex budgetary waters.

Emergency medical care celebrates four decades at WCU

Western Carolina University’s Emergency Medical Care Program celebrated its 40th anniversary Friday, June 24, with a gathering in the Health and Human Sciences Building.

WCU renews agreement to continue support of Cherokee language, history, culture

Western Carolina University recently renewed an agreement with Cherokee tribes from North Carolina and Oklahoma in which the university pledges to continue its commitment to the academic study and promotion of Cherokee language, history and culture.

High-achieving faculty, staff honored during ceremony

The best of Western Carolina University’s teaching, scholarship and service for academic year 2015-16 was recognized Friday (April 22) during the annual spring Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards ceremony held in the Grandroom of A.K. Hinds University Center.

WCU heroes of first-year student experience recognized, honored

Western Carolina University’s first-year students recognized and thanked some of the key people in helping them during their initial collegiate experience.

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Commencement 2017
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