WCU’s Division of Advancement has issued a call for applications from faculty and staff interested in obtaining funding for projects through the third annual 1889 Impact Grants Program.
After earning a bachelor’s degree in sculpture from the Maryland Institute College of Art and a decade of work and life experience, Kentucky native Mo Kessler wanted to find a master’s program that checked all the boxes when it came to culture, experiencing the mountains of Western North Carolina and of course the master’s program itself.
The changing of the fiscal year on July 1 also meant a changing of the guard for the WCU's Foundation Board of Directors, which recently welcomed six new members and selected membership of its executive committee.
Throughout the month of August, WCU is once again teaming up with a nationally recognized estate-planning service to help members of the university community who have put off making or updating a document to ensure that their final wishes are fulfilled.
WCU’s Highlands Biological Station will be hosting a book signing event to benefit the Highlands Botanical Gardens on Saturday, Sept. 16, from 2-6 p.m. at the Highlands Community Building.
Dennis Fox is working with the Division of Advancement on a life-income gift that will provide a steady stream of income for the remainder of his life while also establishing an endowment that will spin off financial support for students in the College of Business.
WCU has tripled its cohort of Call Me MiSTER program participants, bringing in six new members who will start their four-year journey to becoming a teacher this fall.
Get ready to meet the amazing Semaija Johnson, a rockstar leader of WCU's ASP program! Join her as she takes you through a day in the life of a summer student!
Greensboro native Preston Ellington’s journey to being a physical therapist started back in high school in a health and human sciences class.