WCU students gather school supplies for beginning teachers | The Reporter

Forgiveable Loan Program for Teacher Ed Majors – Deadline April 1 to Apply

The state of North Carolina offers forgiveable loans for your university education. If you are majoring in areas of critical shortage in the state (including several teacher education majors) and work in that area in North Carolina, one year’s worth of your student loans (up to a limit) will be forgiven for each year of service. The deadline to apply for the next academic year is April 1, 2012.

See the state program’s website for a list of majors that qualify and an application link.  Contact the WCU Office of Financial Aid for more information.

Ron Morrow ’76, author and national speaker, to present on homophobia

David Claxton delivers keynote address at national conference | The Reporter

Meltzer’s book about professional development in technology published | The Reporter

Use Atomic Learning for Technology Training

Are you taking a class that requires you to use a software application you are unfamiliar with? Atomic Learning can help! The college recently purchased access to Atomic Learning, a service that provides online training on a wide range of technology, including assistive technology. To access the training, go to: http://atomiclearning.wcu.edu and login using your email/Blackboard username and password. Right now, faculty, staff, and students in the School of Teaching and Learning can access the site. Contact Dr. Lee Nickles with any questions.