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Bill Kawczynski, Community Partnerships Program Specialist
Connecting UNCW to Our Communities
Worldwide change starts in the community. Our goal is to connect the academic world of UNCW to corporate and community development in order to strengthen ties to a global community. The partnerships that stem from our office have a lasting and significant impact on our region.
- Regional Branding Initiative: The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Office of Community Partnerships and the Cameron School of Business will be launching a survey (click here) to collect insights from Wilmington residents about the area in an effort to better inform the regional branding initiative. Residents of New Hanover, Brunswick and Pender counties are invited to participate in the short survey. Data will be gathered by undergraduate and graduate students in the Cameron School of Business’s Honors Marketing Society and analyzed by CSB MBA students; the results will then be presented to the Brand Identity Leadership Team (BILT) in January of 2014.
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.
- Violence Reduction Forum: The third forum on violence reduction was held on Monday, December 2 at 5:30 p.m. in the Windell Daniels' Hall, in the new Union Station on CFCC's campus. Please click here for more info.
Partnership Profiles: Each month, our office will focus on faculty, staff and students who make a difference regarding their engagement within our local communities. Click here for details: Faculty Staff Student