On April 24 and 25, UNCW is proud to host Navigating Challenging Waters: Achieving Success in the Academy for black faculty, staff and graduate students in the UNC system. On March 17, don¹t miss an open chat session with Chancellor Miller and Provost Battles and the Shared Services Forum later in the afternoon. Other upcoming community and campus events include off-shore energy and poverty conferences; a production of The Fantasticks and a performance by the Celtic Nights. Other items of note: QENO is currently accepting applications for its AmeriCorps VISTA Project; the City of Wilmington is seeking campus input on the "Create Wilmington" process and the University Innovation Council wants your innovative ideas for its "Blitz" event on March 18.
UNCW hosting summit focused on black faculty, staff & grad students in the UNC System; Shared Services forum, & more...
Applauding Douglas Miller & David Glew (CSB); Chadwick Roberts (comm studies)
Christopher Lantz (School of Health & Applied Human Sciences) is in the Hot Seat; Fred Scharf (bio & marine bio) is this week's I AM UNCW profile
Maintenance weekend successful; reasons to check out SkillPort
Sign up for March 20 Employee Appreciation Luncheon; TIAA-CREF sessions
Meet incoming CAS Dean; candidates for Associate Provost for Research/Dean of Graduate School
uShop Forum on March 13; Recyclemania 2014 is underway
Upcoming heart health seminar; open art hang exhibit
CIE sessions provide "tough love" to startups; Hearty on team to study climate change in the past
Connecting UNCW to our communities
News from the Faculty Senate
News from the Staff Senate
A picture, because it takes up less space than a thousand words.
Kenneth Barnhill of Woodmen of the World offers University Police Lieutenant James Watkins a donated American Flag. The Woodsmen of the World donated a total of four US Flags and three North Carolina flags to University of North Carolina Wilmington's Police Department. Photo: UNCW/Jeff Janowski