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The new issue of UNCW Magazine focuses on research and highlights some of the amazing things CAS faculty, staff, students and alumni are doing in the Cape Fear region and around the world. (more...)

UNCW Receives USGIF Accreditation for GEOINT Program

UNCW Has received a prestigious external accreditation from the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation to offer both an undergraduate and graduate certificate in geospatial intelligence starting this fall. (more...)

UNCW Awarded Grant to Research Invasive Species in Puerto Rico

UNCW has been awarded $77,061 by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Sea Grant program to help protect Puerto Rican marine ecosystems and habitats from invasive species. (more...)

College Choice Recognizes UNCW Criminology Program

The UNCW Department of Sociology and Criminology is recognized for having one of the nation’s best criminology programs. (more...)

UNCW to Offer Degrees in Coastal Engineering, Interdisciplinary Studies

Beginning this fall, the university will offer a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies. A program leading to a B.S. in Coastal Engineering will begin with the 2019-20 academic year, pending approval from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges. (more...)

ABA Degree Program Guide Ranks UNCW ABA Ph.D. Program 2nd in Nation

The UNCW Department of Psychology doctoral program is ranked 2nd on a list of Best ABA Ph.D. Programs 2018 by ABA Degree Program Guide. (more...)

UNCW Professor Paul Castagno Receives Oslo International Acting Festival 2018 Pedagogical Award

UNCW Theatre Professor Paul Castagno was honored by the Oslo International Acting Festival (OIAF) for his work to advance the theory and practice of polyvocal playwriting. (more...)

UNCW Professor Lawrence Cahoon Receives Green Tie Award

UNCW Biological Oceanography Professor Lawrence Cahoon was honored by the N.C. League of Conservation Voters for his research on emerging contaminants in the Cape Fear River. (more...)