Diana Ashe splits her time between teaching students rhetorical theory and technical writing courses in the English Department and overseeing faculty development programs that inspire excellence in teaching and learning.

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NEW: RSVP for International Faculty and Staff Reception by Oct. 28

NEW: Apply for Faculty/Staff Global Citizenship Award Through Nov. 1

NEW: Get in Shape, Help the Environment and Win Prizes by Taking Part in the Cape Fear Commuter Challenge Oct. 17-30

REMINDER: Attend a Benefits Open Enrollment Information Session Oct. 18 or 19

REMINDER: Apply for Spring or Summer 2017 SURCA Funding by Oct. 28

REMINDER: Submit Proposals for Applied Learning eBook by Oct. 28

REMINDER: Participate in a Focus Group to Help Refine ITS Service Catalog Oct. 20 or Nov. 17


NEW: Cameron School of Business Named a "Best" Business School by The Princeton Review

NEW: Former Navy SEAL and Fitness Entrepreneur Featured Speaker for UNCW Distinguished Veterans Week Nov. 1

NEW: Martyrdom and Religious Violence Throughout History: Sherman Emerging Scholar Lecture Contemplates a Topic of International Significance

NEW: UNCW Conference Highlights Community Engagement, Launches EngageSENC Website Platform

NEW: More Streamlined and User-Friendly Process for Requesting Campus Space Announced

NEW: 2016-17 Essential Campus Safety Information from EH&S

NEW: Applied Learning Teaching Community Hosting "The Scholarship of Applied Learning" Workshop on Oct. 19

NEW: Cahill Awards Deadline Extended to Oct. 24

NEW: Retirement Reception for OUR's Betty "Boop" Moore Oct. 31

NEW: Renowned Journalist, Author T.R. Reid to Discuss Politics of Universal Healthcare Oct. 25

REMINDER: Call for Membership for the Academic Advising Council

REMINDER: Swain Center Offering Project Management Certificate Program, Oct. 24-Nov. 30

REMINDER: Office of e-Learning's October Training Opportunities

REMINDER: College of Arts and Sciences and Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Invite Campus, Community to College Day 2016 Oct. 29

REMINDER: Upcoming Flu Shot Clinic Oct. 20

Hawk Highlights

Shellfish Aquaculture Research Team Awarded $673,000 NERRS Grant

Professors Antonio Puente and Dan Johnson Named 2016 Health Care Heroes Finalists

Jeffrey Brudney Receives Editor’s Prize for Best Article in the Journal "Nonprofit Management & Leadership"

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UNCW Conference Puts Spotlight on Community Engagement (Oct. 12)

UNCW a Partner in Pilot Mentoring Network for Graduate Students (Oct. 14)

Puente, Johnson Named 2016 Health Care Heroes Finalists (Oct. 12)

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Full Belly Project's New Chief Says Nonprofit Fits Her Interests

Submit items for the next SWOOP by noon on Friday.


Monday, October 24

Department of Public and International Affairs Graduate Programs Open House

Tuesday, October 25

Lecture: Sexual Assault Case Processing in Canada and the U.S.

Screening of "Iron Jawed Angels," Classic Women's Suffrage Film

Halloween Carnival

Journalist, Author T.R. Reid to Discuss Politics of Universal Healthcare


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Lori Messinger, associate vice chancellor for community engagement, presents Kat Pohlman, sustainability coordinator, with the first-ever UNCW Staff Award for Excellence in Community Engagement during the 2016 Community Engagement Conference on Oct. 14 in the Warwick Center.

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