School of Teaching & Learning Launches Facebook Page

Facebook LogoThe School of Teaching & Learning has launched a new Facebook page to keep in touch with students and alumni. To “like” the page, go here:

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SNCAE to hold Interest Meeting

SNCAE LogoThe Student NC Association of Educators (SNCAE) will hold an interest meeting on Thursday, September 4th, 5 pm, in Killian 102. Contact Dr. Sarah Meltzer: for more information.

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Diversity Dialogues Return This Semester

Diversity Dialogue LogoCEAP Diversity Dialogues have returned for this fall semester. For a complete schedule, see the group’s Facebook page: The first event, watching the film Including Samuel, will be held September 10 at 1:15 pm in Killian 102.

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WHEE Teach to hold Interest Meeting

WheeTeach LogoWHEE Teach, the living and learning community, will hold an interest meeting on Tuesday, August 19th at 7 pm in Killian 102. For more information, contact Jenny Stewart or visit their website.

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College Launches Diversity Portfolio Initiative

CEAP Conceptual FrameworkStarting this fall, the college has initiated a Diversity Portfolio for all students in teacher education programs. The portfolio requirements will promote students’ knowledge, skills, and dispositions related to diversity and cultural competency. Optionally, students may complete additional requirements for a Diversity Certificate. For more information, visit the Diversity Portfolio website.

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Registration open for the Local Food and Farm to School Education Project

Farm To School LogoRegistration is now open for the “Growing Minds @ WCU: Local Food and Farm to School Education Project”. Visit for information and the registration form: The registration deadline is Fri. Aug. 29th and a required training will take place on Sat., Sept. 6th. Activities are happening in Fairview Head Start, Cullowhee Valley School, and other regional locations. Through this project, students participate in local food cooking classes, farm field trips, farmer classroom visits, gardening lessons, and local food cafeteria taste tests.

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