Zsolt Szabo, assistant professor of trombone and euphonium in WCU’s School of Music, performed in Yerevan, Armenia, on Oct. 6 as a member of the World Congress on Information Technology World Orchestra.
The gathering of outdoor industry representatives in Asheville attracted 530 attendees from 20 states and 39 North Carolina counties.
The Bardo Arts Center is presenting the movie on a big screen with a student shadow cast of lip-syncing performers.
Chancellor Kelli R. Brown recently announced membership of the committee, which is chaired by the university’s chief information officer, Craig Fowler.
Todd Creasy, director of the master’s degree program in business administration and associate professor of management and project management at WCU, will serve as instructor.
Free and open to the public events will mark occurrences in Berlin in November 1989 that led to the 'fall of the wall' and reunification.
WCU's second annual Graduate Education Week is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 28, through Friday, Nov. 1.
The award from the U.S. Department of Education will be distributed over five years and involve 60 graduate students in psychology, special education and speech-language pathology programs.
“The Mountain Minor” had its first public showing in Cincinnati on Oct. 17 and is set to be screened in Bryson City on Sunday, Nov. 3.