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A Statement from CAS Leadership

The College of Arts and Sciences mourn with the victims of racist violence across the United States. We know the names George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. Yet, our society inflicts countless acts of injustice and brutality on black and brown people continually. We do not know how to name them all.  

We share the anger and the hope of those who are protesting racism across America. It must be confronted within our university as well, and it must be confronted by each member of our community: black, brown, and white. There is no middle ground between racism and anti-racism. We must all commit ourselves to confront racist ideologies, sentiments, and actions, if we wish to see UNCW live true to its values of diversity, integrity, and excellence. 

We as chairpersons and directors will lead, teach, research, and serve in ways that address the challenges and the aspirations articulated in this statement and our Chancellor's

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UNCW Professor Alison Taylor Selected as Fellow of the Marine Biological Association

Alison Taylor, a professor in the Department of Biology and Marine Biology, has been selected to receive the title of Fellow of the Marine Biological Association for her contributions to the discipline. (more...)


Honors Students Make List of Hollings Scholars

UNCW Honors students Ashton Cloer ’22 and Ryan Walsh ’22 are among the 2020 class of Hollings Scholars. The prestigious scholarships are awarded annually to students planning careers in oceanic or atmospheric science, research, technology or education. (more...)


UNCW Research Professors Mike Mallin and Larry Cahoon Part of $350,000 Greenfield Lake Project

UNCW research professors Mike Mallin and Larry Cahoon are involved in a $350,000 collaborative effort to reduce the flow of nutrients that feed pervasive algae growth in Wilmington’s Greenfield Lake. (more...)


UNCW Alumna to Teach English in Ecuador Through Fulbright Program

Rachel Castro ’17 will travel to Ecuador next year as part of the Fulbright-funded English Teaching Assistant Program. ETAs help teach the language in their country of placement while serving as cultural ambassadors for America. (more...)

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