CEAP students to present at WCU Graduate Research Symposium

Several students from our college will present their work at the WCU Graduate Research Symposium on March 22.

Teaching Hispanic Students: Through Project-based/Student Directed Learning
Presenter: Cheryl Wright; Sponsor: Dr. Frederick Buskey

An Assessment of Students’ Environmental Sustainability Literacy at Western Carolina University
Presenter: Sarah Burkhardt, Annaleise Camacho, Becca McGrath; Sponsor: Dr. Cheryl Daly

The Entry Experiences, Challenges, and Mediating Strategies of Public School Superintendents
Presenter: David M. Sutton; Sponsor: Dr. Meagan Karvonen

Human resources students help meet nonprofit organizations’ needs

Whee Adventure Guides Created by PRM Students

Scholarship Applications Due December 1

CEAP Members to Present at NC-ACTE

Several people from our college will make presentations at the 29th Annual North Carolina Teacher Education Forum in Raleigh NC held later this week. The forum is a place for those in public and private universities in North Carolina to gather and discuss teacher education. Those presenting include James Taruasi and David McCord of Psychology; Dale Carpenter, Nancy Luke, and Carrie Rogers of the School of Teaching and Learning; Kurt Frederick and Janice Holt of TRACS; Kathleen Topolka-Jorissen of Human Services; and Renee Corbin, Director of Assessment.

Four Professors Receive Promotion and/or Tenure

Four professors in the college received promotion in academic rank and/or tenure this year.

  • Sharon Dole – promoted to professor
  • Kathleen Jorissen – received tenure and was promoted to associate professor
  • Phyllis Robertson – received tenure and was promoted to associate professor
  • Lori Unruh – received tenure and was promoted to associate professor

See the campus-wide list