Students to share ideas at Discovery Forum

Western Carolina University will host its inaugural Discovery Forum, an event designed to encourage students to share innovative ideas for making their communities a better places to live, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Monday, April 22, in Blue Ridge Hall at WCU.

During the forum, nine student teams selected by a special campus committee will share results of their research projects with an audience composed of students, faculty and community members in a series of five-minute presentations.

Topics include “The Human Population Problem and Its Environmental Impact,” “Whee Turn the Page: Cullowhee Community Reading Program” and “Military Families: Deployment Impact on College Students,” among others.

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