The public is invited to attend all Saturday programs and events at no charge as part of the annual Cullowhee Native Plant Conference, which will be held on campus July 19-22.
WCU recently hosted the MedCaT summer camp, a week-long program for Native American and Appalachian high school students interested in pursuing a career in health or biomedicine.
Students and faculty recently returned from three trips to Japan that gave them the opportunity to experience the culture, education, business and tech ventures of the country as part of several travel courses.
Mini-Mountain Heritage Day will take place Wednesday, July 12, from 1:45-4 p.m. on the campus of Western Carolina University.
WCU’s 1889 Impact Grant Program recently wrapped up its second year of providing donor-assisted financial support to campus projects.
With the warmer, wet weather in Western North Carolina, it is important to be mindful of personal protection from mosquitoes in this region that could carry La Crosse encephalitis.
The Catamount statue that long stood in the center of the roundabout is getting a new home on campus to make room for a new Catamount statue.
Olivia Ramos, a Charlotte native who studied entertainment design and technology at WCU, knew she wanted to do something involving the arts, but her small high school did not offer a theater arts program.
Karen Price has been named as the new director of institutional assessment at WCU. Price will begin her role Thursday, June 29.