UNCW in the News
UNCW grad plays bass in rising act Delta Rae
The six young, attractive performers have the look of the next pop music sensation. But Durham band Delta Rae also has a depth to its sound that resonates with listeners.
...listeners. Grant Emerson, the band's bass player and a 2008 graduate of the University of North Carolina Wilmington, credits the songwriting of Ian and...
Aquarius, World's Only Undersea Lab, Endangered by Budget
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NEW YORK) -- Sixty feet down in the waters off Key Largo, Fla., the water around the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Aquarius laboratory is clear, warm and blue.
...be zeroed out," said Thomas Potts, Aquarius' director at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, which has operated the lab for NOAA.
Officials still watching for hotspots at Ogden Park
The blackened forest was still smoldering Wednesday morning as a handful of N.C. Forest Service personnel stood watch, watering down the remaining hot spots.
...new buds. Roger Shew, an environmental sciences lecturer at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, said fire is a natural and often needed...
Holsteins and heroes
Greensboro News & Record (blog)
Mott holds an MFA in poetry from UNC-Wilmington. His first collection, “We Call This Thing Between Us Love,” was a runner-up in the 2009 Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award contest. A cow? Yes, one of those black and white Holsteins you see on dairy ...
Corporate chains impact local growth
With the recent surge in boutique corporate food markets and restaurants opening locations in Wilmington that are in direct competition with pre-existing, independently owned businesses, city officials and local economists like Dr.
...here." Dr. Woody Hall, senior economist at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, said the decisions corporations like these make about...