- State to Pattern Branding Project After Wilmington StarNews Online
- Deadline Near for Survey to Help Create Brand for Wilmington Port City Daily
- Gun Gang Forum at UNCW WECT
- New UNCW Project Aims to Create Profitable Jobs StarNews Online
- PAL Hoops Partners With UNCW Student-Athletes WECT
- Wilmington Developing Plan to Manage Region's Brand StarNews Online
- Port City Java Teams Up With UNCW for Campus Shop StarNews Online
- Wilma W. Daniels Lecture
Features Magic Johnson StarNewsOnline.com
- Campus Outreach Council Established
- Art for the Masses StarNewsOnline.com
- UNCW puts community service impact at $2
- Economic Impact news release
- UNCW Impact Report (pdf)
Chancellor Miller to Serve on Board of Directors for the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities: University of North Carolina Wilmington Chancellor Gary L. Miller has been selected to serve on the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors for the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU), the University announced today. CUMU is a national higher education organization consisting of public and private colleges across the country who value the importance of teaching, research and service to their communities. CUMU is known for creating best practices in university-community partnerships. This has been an emphasis for UNCW since the arrival of Chancellor Miller in July 2011.
UNCW Communication Studies to host Integrated Marketing Communication Camp The Department of Communication Studies is pleased to announce our first Integrated Marketing Communication (IMC) Camp to be held May 16-17, 2014. The Camp is a training and professional development opportunity hosted by the Department of Communication Studies, taught by faculty who specialize in these four areas: Market Research and analytics; Social Media; Brand Identity & Management and Media & communication Training. IMC Camp is ideal for communication professionals looking to sharpen their skills and expand their knowledge base, small business owners who are looking to leverage limited resources to make an impact, and anyone who finds their role increasingly dependent on effective communication with internal and external audiences.
Collaborations Lead to Help for Troubled Creeks: A young woman’s idea to build a rain garden to help two impaired coastal creeks has now become a collaborative effort among two universities, two nonprofit groups, a local business and the city. “This project is important to the City of Wilmington as there is a major push to address the health of Hewletts and Bradley creeks,” said Roger Shew, a professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, one of the partners. The tidal creeks are on the federal “black list” of sorts for polluted waters, known as the 303(d) list. Hewletts and Bradley creeks are on the list because they’ve been polluted to the point where harvesting oysters and clams is no longer allowed because of high levels of bacteria. The culprit is polluted stormwater runoff, the number one cause of water quality impairment along the N.C. coast. For more information, click here.
North Carolina Azalea Festival SEAHAWK SWEEP: Get involved in North Carolina's Azalea Festival Seahawk Sweep in preparation of Wilmington's largest event, The Azalea Festival, the following week (April 9-13). Together as a community, we can make a difference in Wilmington, NC by cleaning up trash in various parts of the city, especially downtown. The garbage collected will be separated between trash and recyclables, at which point both will be weighed in order to determine how much of each was collected. Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing how this community can make a difference for other cities to emulate! For more information, click here.
- UNCW Hosts 2014 Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement Conference: Over 250 community partners, presidents, faculty, and staff from 40 higher education institutions and organizations, will travel to Wilmington from nine states to attend our first Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement (PACE) conference on North Carolina’s coast. For more information, please click here.
- UNCW Hosts 2014 Civic Engagement Institute: Launched in 2007, this Institute is designed to thoroughly explore one civic engagement topic during a day-long gathering. Teams of faculty, staff and administrators, from NC Campus Compact member campuses, are invited to attend. Focus of this years' Institute is "Anchoring Community Vitality: Linking Campus Community Engagement and Economic Development." For more information and to register, click here.
- Art for the Masses!: Art for the Masses will be held from 10
a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 23 in the Burney and Warwick Centers at UNCW.
This event will showcase all-original fine art priced at $250 or less with
nearly 200 artists registered. UNCW, Cameron Art Museum instructors, DREAMS of
Wilmington and Cape Fear Community College students' art will also be available
for purchase. Parking is free and restaurant meal service will be available. Art
for the Masses is free and open to the public, with a requested door donation to
help fund public art projects at the university.
For more information, see www.uncw.edu/artforthemasses, or email email@example.com.