The sessions provide an opportunity for WCU employees to have a photo made for departmental websites and other official uses.
It’s time for breakfast and more than 50 NFL football players show up. For Joey Blake ’12, this is not an anxiety dream; it’s a great reason to get up in the morning. Blake has two years under his belt as the head dietitian for the Los Angeles Rams and revels in his work.
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Events will be held throughout September and are free and open to the public.
Among those speaking at the Thursday, Sept. 5, ceremony will be Chancellor Kelli R. Brown, Board of Trustees Chair Bryant Kinney and alumnus Michael Naylor.
Faculty members are eligible for nomination if they are tenured and have been employed at WCU for at least seven years.
Bryant Kinney, an alumnus and public and governmental affairs executive who resides in Lincoln County, was elected to serve as chair.
Louis Ducruet says the time that he and his new wife, Marie, spent on the WCU campus was life changing and something they will never forget.
She had been serving as executive assistant to WCU Chief of Staff Melissa Canady Wargo for the past six years.