UNC Asheville has appointed Kortni R. Campbell as the University’s vice chancellor for admission and financial aid starting January 11, 2021.
Many area students are making their mark at their respective institutes of learning and here are some that the Tribune has received notice of.
Elizabeth Stephens of Weaverville received her Bachelors of Science degree in Health Sciences with a Human Health Concentration from East Tennessee State University (ETSU) on December 12th.
On the heels of a very rare shooting in a local school, Henderson County Public Schools officials are grateful for the quick response to halt the incident but are looking at how to further enhance school security.
The longtime Asheville residence of Wilma Dykeman, one of Appalachia’s foremost writers and conservationists, will become home to a new UNC Asheville Writers-in-Residence Program.
The Hendersonville Rotary Club donated $10,000 to the Henderson County Education Foundation (HCEF) mini-grants program to support innovative learning in the virtual classroom.
A touring interactive science exhibit about the sun and earth is in Downtown Hendersonville for over a month, joining forces of NASA research with STEM curriculum.
39 percent of Buncombe County students have opted for remote learning, but for the 61 percent that didn’t, Dr. Baldwin outlined the plan for the first six weeks.
The university system of UNC has set its academic calendar. Much to the joy of many, students will be allowed to have in-person classes this fall at campuses throughout the state.
The UNC Board of Governors announces that the University of North Carolina Asheville will receive $610,000 in funding, through its recently announced partnership with the N.C. Policy Collaboratory at UNC-Chapel Hill, to help fight COVID-19.