The college held its annual Honors and Awards Ceremony on April 22 in the University Grand Room. The college honored Peak Performers Alex Hall, Jamie Tate, and Holly Pinter, and other student awards. Follow this link to view the full list of award winners: http://goo.gl/N1HfWD
WCU will host a virtual Open House for anyone interested in the MAED programs in Elementary Education and Middle Grades education and other programs on Tuesday, April 28, 7-8 pm. Visit this site to register: http://goo.gl/WmlK5s
Andrew Bobilya, associate professor of Parks and Recreation Management, served on the host committee for the Association for Experiential Education Southeast Region Conference held April 17-19, 2015 at the North Carolina Outward Bound School. The conference drew educators from as far as Florida and West Virginia. Bobilya also co-presented a workshop.
Teacher education students interested in the Teaching Practicum in Kenya can attend one of three information sessions: Wed. 4/22, 4:30 pm, Killian 222; Thurs. 4/23, 5 pm, Killian 118; or Mon. 4/27, 3:30 pm, Killian 108. See Dr. Rus Binkley for more information.
The School University Teacher Education Partnership (SUTEP) will offer a session “Partnership: Frameworks for Working Together” on Friday, May 1, 9 am in Killian 102. SUTEP partnership grant winners will present on their projects, research, and study abroad trips. Refreshments will be provided.
The college is hosting its third annual Golf Classic on June 20 at the Crooked Creek Golf Club in Hendersonville. Proceeds from our tournament support scholarships for students in the college, and players get to choose the scholarship that their entry fees will support. Visit the tournament website for registration information.