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Saturday, March 01, 2014

Increasing Cultural Competencies through Cultural Center Engagement
April 9, 3:30-4:30 p.m., EB 162
Featuring Brandon Bell, Excellence Project Coordinator, African American Cultural Center,
Cris Montero, Mi Casa Coordinator, Centro Hispano and Josh Kinchen, Graduate Assistant LGBTQIA
Hosted by the Diversity Committee, Student Engagement
Open to all faculty, staff and students

Spoken Word Poetry Slam 
April 10, 7 p.m., Morton Hall Auditorium, UNCW
Featuring original poems written by performing poets
$500 in cash prizes will be awarded
Event produced and directed by Maurice Martinez
Sponsored by the Watson College of Education
In association with the Office of Institutional Diversity & Inclusion
Co-Sponsored by the Department of English
Open to faculty, staff and students
To register, call 910-962-7314

BrownbagWhich Way Home? Examining Immigration Using Documentary Film
WCE Scholarship Brown Bag Series Event
April 16, noon – 1 p.m., EB 162
Featuring Lisa Buchanan and Jeremy Hilburn

Current Issues in Teaching
April 22, 5-6 p.m., EB 162
Featuring NEA representatives and former New Hanover School Board members Elizabeth Redenbaugh and Nick Rhodes
Coordinated by the Office of Teacher Education and Outreach with Lisa Buchanan and other faculty
Open to faculty, staff and students

Presentation by Oasis NC - Community Non-Profit Series Event
April 23, 9-10 a.m., EB 214
Coordinated by the Office of Teacher Education and Outreach with Crystalyn Schnorr
Open to faculty, staff, students and community members

Navigating Challenging Waters: Achieving Success in the Academy
A Summit Focused on Black Faculty, Staff and Graduate Students in the UNC System
April 24-25, EB 162
Coordinated by the Office of Teacher Education and Outreach
Open to faculty, staff, students and community members

Second Annual UNCW Writing Conference for Educators
June 21-23
Co-Sponsored by the Watson College of Education, UNCW Language and Literacy Graduate Program, UNCW Professional Development System, and Uni-SPIRE, publisher of the Universal Writing Continuum
Registration Fee is $130 with discounts for teams of teachers who have mentored a UNCW intern during 2013-14.