Cullowhee Valley School needs test proctors for May 1-3. Training for proctoring exams will be today, Friday and Monday from 1:30-2:30 at CVS. Testing will be on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of next week. This is an excellent way for faculty, staff, and students to serve our local schools. For more information or to volunteer, contact the school at 293-5667.
The University Center Showroom Presents:
The University Participant Photovoice Project
The WCU University Participant (UP) Program provides an inclusive, two-year, on-campus living and learning experience for college-aged persons with intellectual disabilities. But do you know what that means?
Using digital cameras the University Participants, Aaron Hoefs, Anna-Grace Davis, Anna Joyner, Corey Hambrick, Lexie Kurrimbukus, David Maennle, Manny Zayas and Elizabeth Pritchett, captured photographs of campus life to tell their college stories.
After viewing the exhibit you may be surprised at the similarities you find between the University Participants’ college narratives and your own. Making new friends, going to classes, living in residence halls, attending sporting events, and working on campus are all elements discussed through these photographs.
Mostly, the UP Participants, like you, are learning how to be confident, independent and successful in their lives that will come after WCU. This exhibit is their documentation and celebration of this college experience.
This semester, students in HEAL 111 and 123 are using the college’s new cart of 30 iPads to submit their fitness assessment data. HEAL students take fitness assessments View Postto measure the change in their fitness over the course of the semester. Debby Singleton, faculty member in the School of Teaching & Learning collects this data for research on the effects of the health courses on student wellness. Contact Lee Nickles for information on how to use the iPad cart in your class.
Rocket to Creativity, formerly known as Creativity Camp, will be held this summer from June 25 through June 29. Rocket to Creativity will engage children in fun but challenging activities that promote creative thinking and problem solving. Children who are rising 2nd graders through rising 9th graders may choose from a variety of projects that range from creating historical documentaries to creating costumes for science fiction films. Visit their website for more information and the registration form.