- City Manager suggests UNCW take lead on youth violence prevention StarNews Online
- Community Partnerships Video
- PAL Crosstown Championship: Keeping Kids Out of Trouble WECT
- Branding Team Defines Focus, Next Step GWBJ Article
- Quality of Life May Lure Businesses to Area, Group Says StarNews Online
- Efforts to Create Branding Inch Along WECT
- Officials Seek Clever Hook to Attract Business, 'renaissance' Concept Suggested Port City Daily
- UNCW Impact Report
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.
Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. July 17, 2014, 4 p.m. - Tom Fisher, Senior VP & CIO of Cloud at Oracle Corp. - Fisher has been at the C-Level for tech giants such as Qualcomm, eBay, and Gateway Computers. Email email@example.com to RSVP. Thank you to our Event Sponsor, Carlyle & Conlan.
New Issue of UNCW Magazine Explores University’s Impact on the Community
From developing the Miracle Field in Wilmington to helping child trafficking victims in Costa Rica, UNCW faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends are making their communities and the world a better place. more...
UNCW'S Jenni Harris is Named Founding Chair of UNC Engagement Council
UNCW's Assistant to the Chancellor for Community Partnerships Jenni Harris has been named the Founding Chair of a new system-wide Engagement Council, the University announced today. Click here for more information.
Regional Branding Initiative: The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Office of Community Partnerships and the Cameron School of Business have partnered with 20 individuals representing local governments, economic development organizations and a few key industries in the area. Residents of Brunswick, New Hanover and Pender counties participated in the survey. Click here for the link to the Regional Branding Project and survey results. While the Wilmington region has embarked on a regional branding initiative, the State of North Carolina is now in the process of creating a distinctive identity for the Tar Heel state, and they want the public to help via a competition. Click here for more information.
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.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