Associate archaeology professor Nora Reber’s keen eye for detail pays off in her professional life as well as a favorite pastime: fencing. “It is very individualistic and strategic,” explained Reber, chair of the Department of Anthropology.

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DUE TOMORROW! Annual Enrollment for Health Benefits

NEW! Mark Your Calendars to Participate in #GivingTuesday on Dec. 1

NEW! Attend the Campus Holiday Social on Dec. 7

NEW! Attend GradNation Wilmington Regional Community Summit

REMINDER: Attend Writers' Week Events This Week

Call for Proposals for Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 Honors Courses

REMINDER: Call for Nominations, Faculty Reviewers for Excellence in e-Learning Awards

Dare to Learn Academy Employee Engagement and Enrichment Opportunities

REMINDER: University Police Announce Active Shooter Training Schedule

REMINDER: Volunteer to Help Staff Fall Commencement


NEW! UNCW Names Associate Vice Chancellor for Information Technology Services/Chief Information Officer

NEW! Katrina Knight Named Schweitzer Honors Scholar

NEW! Upperman Center to Host "Critical Conversations: Mizzou" Today

NEW! Residence Hall Fire Safety Demo Scheduled Nov. 19

NEW! Art for the Masses is this Saturday, Nov. 21

NEW! Riegel Road Closed Between Price and Union Drives on Nov. 25

NEW! WCE International Committee and Upperman Center to Host Cultural Simulation

NEW! Staff Senate To Host Holiday Cards for Heroes on Dec. 1

NEW! Registration Open for Sankofa Celebration

REMINDER: Winter Break Holiday Schedule

ETEAL to Host Applied Learning Workshop in Online, Distance and Hybrid Courses

UPDATE: "Talking UShop" Forum Nov. 18

Introduction to U.S. Latino Literature and Culture Research Showcase Nov. 19

Fifth Annual Celebration of Cultures Nov. 24

UNCW to Host Healthy Engagement: Skilled Volunteering for the Community and You on Dec. 4

QENO to Sponsor Nonprofit Leadership Academy - Adaptive Leadership Program Dec. 8-9

OeL Announces November Training and Events

Department of Theatre's "'Tis Pity" Continues Run Nov. 19-22


Susanna Lopez-Legentil (Biology and Marine Biology) Receives Grant from Binational Science Foundation

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SWOOP is taking a (Thanksgiving) Break next week. Watch your inboxes for the next edition on Dec. 1.


Tuesday, November 17

Women and Global Leadership Series Lecture by Donna Hicks

Julian Sands: A Celebration of Harold Pinter

Wednesday, November 18

Spanish Service-Learning Showcase

Environment Seminar Series: Rachel Carson and Her Legacy for NC

Thursday, November 19

Reception for Albert Schweitzer Honors Scholars Honoree


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SWOOP is scheduled for publication 12/1, 12/8 and 12/15. Please plan your submissions accordingly. All information for SWOOP is due at noon the Friday before the publication date. 

Christo Brand Lecture

South African author Christo Brand, a friend of Nelson Mandela, speaks to a packed audience of students, staff and faculty in the Cameron School of Business.  PHOTO BY:  JEFF JANOWSKI/UNCW

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