The success of our graduates doesn't stop once they walk across the stage. They'll continue to learn, grow, and push themselves to succeed on all sorts of stages and fields of study. Discover what a few of our graduates are doing after they graduate as they reminisce on their favorite memories at Western Carolina University.
WCU students read to the Smokey Mountain Elementary School pupils on a regular basis as schedules allow, sometimes to a classroom or a small group and sometimes as a one-on-one activity.
The awards were presented at the 98th annual conference of the Southeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America.
Two hundred new scholarships have been created since the effort began in July 2014.
The scholarship will provide support for students who are majoring in the fine and performing arts, with preference given to those in the School of Stage and Screen.
Mark A. Kossick, a WCU professor of nursing who directs nursing graduate programs and also is anesthesia simulation education coordinator, presented six hours of lectures March 22 as a visiting professor at East Carolina University.
The movie version is from a recording of a performance at the National Theatre in London.
Employee attendance at meetings of the Staff Senate and Faculty Senate is considered work time (university service) with the approval of the individual’s supervisor.
David Belcher would be proud. Thanks to more than 12,000 donors — nearly half of those first-time donors — the Western Carolina University family helped the beloved late chancellor meet his pledge of raising millions of dollars in scholarship support to help WCU students pay for their education.