UNCW in the News

July 29-Aug. 2

University of North Carolina Wilmington to Now Offer High-Demand Nursing and Education Programs Online with Carousel Enrollment|
PR Newswire (Story was picked up by outlets including:Triangle Business Journal, Healthcare Times, Houston Business Journal, Pittsburgh Business Times, San Francisco Business Times and Atlanta Business Chronicle)
We are honored to offer registered nurses a platform to earn one of today's most desirable degrees at UNCW in a new, innovative, and flexible way.

UNCW offers high-demand nursing and education programs online
WECT
UNCW will begin offering two of its nursing and education programs online with carousel enrollment in the coming months.

“Life Among Giants” again
Star News
Roorbach has read and taught at Writers’ Week programs at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

UNCW Helps Grow, ‘Polish’ Entrepreneurial Companies
UNC@Work
Entrepreneurs tend to have a way with words, and Jim Roberts, the head of UNCW’s newly-established Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE), is no exception.

University of North Carolina Wilmington to Now Offer High-Demand Nursing and Education Programs Online with Carousel Enrollment
Investor Point
The University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW) today announced that it will begin offering two of its high-demand nursing and education programs

Pedestrian bridge for UNCW fails to connect with transportation board
Port City Daily
Members of the regional Transportation Advisory Committee remain reluctant to commit funds for a proposed pedestrian bridgeacross South College Road, intended to help UNCW students

New N.C. tax on event tickets has groups concerned
Bloomberg Business Week
It's unclear how this will impact us," said Norman Bemelmans, cultural arts director for the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

Woodcuts' exhibit - A reverse view of the world
Star News
The woodcuts of recent University of North Carolina Wilmington studio art graduates Christopher Alexander and Ashton Durham tend to show minimal evidence of civilization.

Interest in locally grown food growing in Cape Fear region
StarNewsOnline.com
This whole cast of characters is part of the estimated 180 jobs and $22.6 million created in the farming and food industries in a seven-county region since 2011, according to development numbers modeled by University of North Carolina Wilmington Senior Economist Woody Hall.

Streets near UNCW will close for repaving
Port City Daily
Some streets in the vicinity of UNCW will undergo sporadic and sometimes full lane closures starting this week.

Prologue: "Down the Wild Cape Fear" by Philip Gerard
WHQR
He is currently a WHQR Commentator and recent chair of the Department of Creative Writing at UNC Wilmington.

Editorial - The Cape Fear region is better off because of their dedicated service
Star News
John Jay Burney Jr. was a local lawyer and state lawmaker who introduced the bill that made the former Wilmington College part of the University of North Carolina system as UNCW.

Art intersects with commerce in projects at UNCW
Star News
Megan Wehner, a Notre Dame student who is taking summer classes at UNCW, works on a portion of a mural in the Cameron School of Business.

The Huma Abedin survival guide
Politico
This only helps him,” said Professor Jennifer Horan, who teaches about women and politics at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

Who are we? New Hanover County looks to create brand
Star News
The city, county and University of North Carolina Wilmington recently launched an effort to brand the region and give Southeastern North Carolina its own identity.

Law enforcement officers graduate crisis intervention training
WECT
Some law enforcement officers in our area are now better prepared to deal with a psychiatric crisis.

Truths and myths about North Carolina
News & Observer
James R. Leutze, a former chancellor of the University of North Carolina Wilmington, is currently working on a book about North Carolina.

John Jay Burney, Jr., Lifetime Achievement Award Winner 2013
Star News
In 1969, he introduced the bill that would turn Wilmington College into the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

The Score: Post 10 one win away from back-to-back state titles
Port City Daily
Christian Wolfe (UNCW) has reached base 10 times over the last two games.

UNCW summer sports report
Port City Daily
UNCW head men’s soccer coach Aidan Heaney has announced the addition of Sean Melvin to the Seahawk roster for the 2013-14 season.


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