Johnson will discuss the increase in racial and tensions in America and what it means for us going forward. He will present how to fight against political divide by uniting as Americans and rallying behind patriotism. He will highlight the power of voting as an American citizen, and how to reduce racial tensions by presenting his idea of the American principle.
WPU is excited to announce a resounding investment in our RN to BSN program thanks to the generous contribution of alumna and trustee Lynn Kendrick Erdman `75, MN, RN, FAAN and her husband, David W. Erdman, BSE, JD. The Erdmans worked closely with President Brian Ralph and the rest of WPU Senior Leadership Team to establish the Lynn Kendrick Erdman `75 Nursing Scholarship in August of 2019.
On September 30, alumna Sara Jo Manning `58, `60 was awarded the William Peace Medallion, the highest and most prestigious (non-academic) recognition that can be awarded by William Peace University. President Brian C. Ralph presented Sara Jo with the medallion last night at the opening concert of the 2019 - 2020 season of the Manning Music Series.
Lou Taft Welch ’84 has always had quite the presence on the tennis court, but one could argue that her impact off the court is just as measurable. Welch dedicates her life to ensuring that the sport that has defined so much of her life remains accessible to anyone who wants to play, regardless of ability, means or background, as the Executive Director for the Abilities Tennis Association of North Carolina (ATANC).