There wasn’t a single thing or a precise moment that led to Keiara Newsome ’22 deciding she wanted to become a schoolteacher. For the Charlotte resident, the career choice was an evolution, coming from some key personal realizations made during her early years as a student at Western Carolina University.
This fall I celebrate my third anniversary at WCU and I’m looking forward to the first normal campus year in Cullowhee since 2019.
Being invited to play in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City twice in a five-year span is an amazing accomplishment. But to have an opportunity to perform on St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, Ireland, well, that’s taking it to a whole other level.
Engineering students collaborate to design and build a solar tracking array
Diane Martinez and John Carzoli received the prestigious selection as Fulbright Scholars.
Forensic anthropology is offered as a bachelor’s degree concentration and as a minor. The program has grown to more than 200 students enrolled today.