Drs. Darrius Stanley, Brandi Hinnant-Crawford and Yancey Gulley were accepted into the Faculty Institute on Community Engagement (FICE) as 2018-2019 cohort members. The intention of FICE is to bring together a group of faculty members to deeply, intentionally, and thoughtfully study the concepts of community engagement and service learning
Brandi Hinnant-Crawford, assistant professor of educational leadership, has published an article in the international journal Black Theology. The article titled “Pulpit, Pews and Picket Lines: Galamison’s Fight to Integrate NYC Schools and the Theology Behind It” is published in volume 14, issue 3 and is available here: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14769948.2016.1224533.
Travel to Germany in May 9-24, 2017 with Dr. Dan Grube (Health/PE Professor), Dr. Nancy Luke (Elementary Education Professor) and other Education Majors. The travel course includes a long weekend trip to Berchtesgaden and Munich.
Go to http://paws.wcu.edu/ncluke/germany2017/ for more information.
Fifteen students pursuing the Minor in Leadership traveled to Seville, Spain for 16 days in May. The trip was the culminating event of LEAD 494: Global and International Perspectives in Leadership, which develops personal leadership skills and global/cultural competency. The group stayed in the homes of families, visited businesses, attended lectures, and went on historic tours.
Dr. Lynn Sacco, University of Tennessee – Knoxville, will speak at the Ron Morrow Lecture Series on the topic “Act Like a Man: Easier Said Than Done…what it means to be a man and how nobody really knows what that means.” The presentation will be held Wed, Feb. 17, 5 pm, in Killian 102. Q&A session to follow. All are welcome.