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Tracing Nesting Sea Turtles' Family Trees

Coastal Review Online
In collaboration with researchers from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, nest monitoring and protection has occurred on Masonboro Island since 1983.

UNCW's marine biotech program lands spot in national research network

Lumina News
In what University of North Carolina Wilmington researchers said was an important step in developing the local biotechnology industry, a school research program announced this week it would join a government-backed consortium of manufacturers and universities that could bring more advanced pharmaceutical research to the area.

National Communication Association Honors Scott-Pollock’s Article as One of Year’s Best

Julie-Ann Scott-Pollock, associate professor of communication studies, has been honored with the award for Best Ethnographic Journal Article by the National Communication Association.

We are pleased to announce the 2nd Annual College of Arts and Sciences Homecoming 5K and 1-mile Fun Run to be held on Homecoming Day, February 4, 2017. 

This is not only a great way to enjoy homecoming with fellow faculty/staff and students, it serves as a way to support the CAS mission. A portion of all registration fees will go to benefit student research and travel opportunities.  Last year, we were able to award over $3000 to students to fund a variety of applied learning projects.

For those interested in running/walking the 5K or 1 mile, please visit the registration website at - https://its-go-time.com/uncwcas5k/

UNCW to offer master's in data science next fall
WECT
UNCW will offer a master's degree in data science beginning in the fall of 2017. The University of North Carolina Board of Governors approved the new degree program during its meeting in Chapel Hill on Dec. 2.

UNC Wednesday is a speaker’s series presented by the College of Arts and Sciences at UNCW that provides faculty to discuss, with the local and regional community, a range of issues from across our College.

Each year we will draw upon scholarship in the areas of the Arts, Sciences, Humanities, and the Social Sciences to provide engaging lectures on topics within our fields. We hope to use our speakers series as a way to build an enlightened life for all who live in the Lower Cape Fear region.

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