Bulldogs on Campus and Beyond

Homecoming & Family Weekend 2017

Bulldogs of all ages came to campus to celebrate the university’s 90th birthday, and alumni joined best-selling author and writer-in-residence Wiley Cash on his book tour throughout North Carolina to launch his new novel, The Last Ballad. Check out the photo gallery above.

Homecoming Faculty

Alumni Scholars from the Class of 1999

Cerise Glenn, center, and Aldo Garcia Guevara, right, were co-facilitators. They are joined here by their classmate, UNC Asheville's Assistant Director of Academic Programs Marquis McGee '99.

UNC Asheville’s 2017 celebration of Homecoming & Family Weekend brought a few familiar faces back to the classroom, particularly from the Class of 1999 as Cerise Glenn and Aldo Garcia Guevara co-facilitated a workshop on Friday, Sept. 22. Glenn is an associate professor in communications studies at UNCG, and Guevara is an associate professor of history at Worcester State University. They joined Richard Reddick, an associate professor at the University of Texas at Austin in the Departments of Educational Leadership and Policy, and African and African Diaspora Studies, in leading the workshop on “Novel Recruitment Strategies for Diversifying the Faculty.”