- March 8, 2014 Admissions Open House Our Office of Admissions would like to invite you and your family to take part in one of our Open House Events. This will give you the opportunity to meet students and faculty, tour our beautiful campus, and learn about the excellent education opportunities available at William Peace University. No matter your level of interest, WPU has something for you! After hanging out with us, be sure to grab the R-Line and visit some of the amazing downtown locations. Stand beside historical figures in the North Carolina Museum of History, watch the Carolina Hurricanes dominate the rink at PNC Arena, or catch your favorite artist in concert at the Raleigh Amphitheater. To RSVP for Open House, please click here. view Event
- March 10, 2014 Manning Chamber Music Concert Spring Concert and Reception William Peace University is pleased to present the 7th Annual Manning Chamber Music Concert Series in partnership with the North Carolina Symphony. The 2013-14 season will feature three concerts this year held on the institution’s campus in conjunction with the North Carolina Symphony and made possible through a gift made by alumna Sara Jo Allen Manning '58 '60 to establish The Manning Chamber Music Series Fund. The third Manning Concert for the 2013-14 performing arts season will feature concert in Kenan Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. with a reception held immediately following in Main Parlor (9:00 p.m.). For this concert, performances will include numbers by William Peace University vocalists, as selected and introduced by Rhiannon Giddens Laffan of the Grammy Award-Winning Carolina Chocolate Drops. Limited seating is available and tickets are required for the event. Event Time: 7:30 p.m. Event Location: Kenan Hall Tickets: Free & Open to the Public. Reservations Required. SORRY, THIS CONCERT IS NOW SOLD OUT. view Event
- March 11, 2014 Teacher Network Fair Calling all teachers! The William Peace University Office of Career Services invites you to a career fair for alumni and students who are education majors seeking teaching positions. Private and public school systems from the southeast are in attendance. Questions? Contact the Career Center. view Event
William Peace University Names Kiara F. Allison
Area Coordinator Of Residence Life And Housing
Four-Year Baccalaureate University Welcomes
Allison To Oversee Three On-Campus Residence Halls
RALEIGH, N.C., Sept. 30, 2013 – William Peace University, a private four-year university located in downtown Raleigh, has announced that Kiara F. Allison has been named area coordinator of residence life and housing. In her position, Allison will oversee the operations of Bingham, Finley and Main residence halls on campus, which includes managing the resident advisors, reviewing safety and security measures on the properties, and facilitating an inclusive community environment for all students living in the buildings. Additionally, Allison will serve on various university committees, assist with housing assignments and work with other student services on campus as needed.
Allison earned a bachelor’s degree in government and political affairs with a minor in biology from Millersville University of Pennsylvania, and a master’s degree in higher education administration with a focus on student engagement from The Pennsylvania State University at University Park. This summer, she interned at the University of Utah at Salt Lake City in housing and residential education. During Allison’s graduate program, her assistantship was in union and student activities. She is a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, as well as Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.
“William Peace University is pleased to welcome Kiara as area coordinator of residence life and housing,” said Debra M. Townsley, Ph.D., president of William Peace University. “Her extensive educational background and related experiences at other universities will be great assets as we continue to improve our residence hall communities to provide students with a positive living experience.”
“I am excited to accept my position with William Peace University so that I can continue to pursue my passion to help residents become successful students,” said Allison. “Campus life is a unique and often challenging experience, and I look forward to developing a more inclusive residence hall community so that residents will enjoy their years living on campus as much as possible.”
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