ETEAL Exploration Day

ETEAL Exploration Day is here!

Join us Wednesday, March 18th from 10am to 1pm as UNCW departments, schools and programs highlight their applied learning efforts and opportunities for students! Applied Learning is happening all across our Exploration Compasscampus and Exploration Day is your chance to see some of the exciting opportunities available around UNCW and even within your own building.

What is Exploration Day about?

Exploration Day is all about celebrating and showcasing the great applied learning opportunities happening at UNCW, from projects that have been going on for years to new applied learning experiences that are coming up in the next few semesters! Stop by any of the tables across campus and pick up information about upcoming opportunities, grab some free goodies, and be sure to scan our Exploration Day QR codes to get a free coffee!

Where can I Explore?

On Wednesday, departments and programs across UNCW will have tables, displays, and other exhibits up in 17 locations around campus. Each area will showcase the exciting research and engagement work they've done as well as the unique applied learning opportunities available to students in the coming semesters! To get started, drop by one of our ETEAL Exploration Day tables in Wagoner, Warwick, Kenan Hall, the CIS building, or the Randall Library to pick up a map and see what's going on around campus, or check below for a map and a full listing of everything that will be going on!

Exploration Day Map
Exploration Day Map (PDF)

Newly Funded ETEAL Initiatives!

Be sure to grab one of our Exploration Day bookmarks as well! Each bookmark has a list of all the ETEAL funded courses and projects taking place in the Summer and Fall semester so that when registration opens up next month, you'll have a full list of ETEAL experiences to choose from! If you aren't able to grab a bookmark though, our full list is included below as well

Full List of all Displays for Exploration Day

Department, Office, or Program
Building
Art & Art History
Cultural Arts Building
Music
Cultural Arts
Geography & Geology
DeLoach Hall
University Learning Center
DePaolo Hall
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Dobo Hall
Office of International Programs
Warwick Hall
Student Affairs - Health Promotion
Warwick Hall
Career Center
Warwick Hall
Biology & Marine Biology
Friday Hall
Foreign Languages & Literatures
Leutze Hall
Communication Studies
Leutze Hall
Election Campaigns minor
Leutze Hall
CHHS - School of Nursing
McNeill Hall
CHHS - Social Work
McNeill Hall
CHHS - Nursing Simulation Learning Center
McNeill Hall
English
Morton Hall
History
Morton Hall
Office of Student Leadership & Engagement
Morton Hall and Fisher Student Union
Anthropology
Natural Sciences Trailer 2 1024: Archaeology Lab
Honors and CSURF
Randall Library
Psychology
Teaching Lab
Environmental Studies
Teaching Lab
School of Health and Applied Human Sciences
Trask Coliseum
Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle, Literacy, and Special Education
Watson College of Education
Student Engagement and recruitment
Watson College of Education
College of Arts & Sciences - Dean's office
Bear Hall
Philosophy & Religion
Bear Hall
Mathematics & Statistics
Bear Hall
Sociology & Criminology
Bear Hall
Economics & Finance
Cameron Hall
Marketing
Cameron Hall