John Clayton “Clay” Cox, a 1991 graduate of WCU, has made gifts and pledges totaling $100,000 to help improve athletics facilities at his alma mater.
The Center for Career and Professional Development recently took a group of 30 students from various majors to SEW Eurodrive in the upstate region of South Carolina.
Although most people delay creating a will until they are in their 60s, that’s not the case for a pair of WCU alumni who have recently made planned gifts that include the university as a beneficiary of their estates.
WCU’s Martin Luther King Jr. monthlong celebration will begin Monday, Jan. 15, with its annual Unity March.
Four years ago, Josh Overbay, associate professor in the School of Stage and Screen, was attending a Resources for Resilience workshop on trauma healing where he met workshop co-facilitator Michael Hayes.
Amy Fagan, associate professor in the College of Arts and Science, is once again bringing her expertise to a team of fellow scientists working on a new initiative for NASA.
Clayton Bardall, a graduate student in WCU’s Engineering Technology program and tight end on the football team, recently combined his both passions on a project that will have a major impact on athletes for generations to come.
WCU’s Division of Advancement will assist donors with their year-end giving plans through special office hours as the end of 2023 approaches.
WCU provides fire investigation training courses for the ATF as well as other law enforcement agencies.