Members of the public will have several opportunities to share their opinions on the characteristics they would like to see in Western Carolina University’s next chancellor as the committee leading the search for a successor to Chancellor David O. Belcher has announced a series of open forums for February.
With Valentine’s Day falling smackdab in the middle of the month, February is known as a time for love. That’s why the Office of Advancement at Western Carolina University is rolling out the second annual “I Love WCU” fundraising campaign throughout the month.
The 22-person committee leading the search for Western Carolina University’s next chancellor met Friday, Jan. 19, to begin mapping out an ambitious process and schedule intended to enable a successor for Chancellor David O. Belcher to be on the job by Aug. 1.
With the new year, the University of North Carolina System has adopted a new logo and communication strategy designed to better represent the breadth and depth of the power of the 17 state-supported institutions that are unified under the UNC System banner.
An end-of-semester reception to provide Western Carolina University faculty, staff and friends an opportunity to celebrate the contributions of Chancellor David O. Belcher and wife Susan Brummell Belcher to the university and the Western North Carolina region is set for Monday, Dec. 18.
Western Carolina University has issued requests for proposals for two possible public-private partnership projects, one that could lead to student housing on the university’s West Campus and one that could improve broadband internet service to the Cullowhee Valley.
The Office of Institutional Planning and Effectiveness teamed up with Shawna Young, director of assessment and marketing in the Division of Student Affairs, earlier this year to evaluate and provide feedback on the quality of annual institutional effectiveness reports for all educational degree programs and all administrative and student support services units on campus.