WCU 150th Exhibition Lecture and Tour
WCU’s History in Innovation and Education of Wellness Professionals
Since our founding as a Normal School in 1871, Health Sciences has played a central role at our institution. Today, the College of Health Sciences boast a number of baccalaureate and graduate degree programs that train our students to be successful healthcare professionals. Join Museum Director, Michael A. Di Giovine for a short tour of the WCU 150: History and Heritage exhibition highlighting some of the prized artifacts and important milestones that speak to the development of the College of Health Sciences past and present, then join Dean Scott Heinerichs for an exclusive tour of the university’s state-of-the-art Immersive Learning Center in the new Sciences & Engineering Center and The Commons (SECC), showcasing the cutting-edge learning environments we provide our students to ensure they are prepared to be successful in their future careers.