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UNCW Student Filmmaker Nominated for Prestigious Documentary Award

Kyle Myers-Haugh '18, who is pursuing a double major in English and film studies, set out to make a film that showcased a part of his community. (more...)

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UNCW's Narcisa Pricope, UNC Charlotte Professor Collaborate to Use Tandem Drones to Map Coastal Changes

UNCW associate professor of geography Narcisa Pricope leads a team that will use tandem drones to map the advancement of an invasive marsh reed species in coastal North Carolina. (more...)


Spaceflight Successfully Launches 64 Satellites on First Dedicated Rideshare Mission, Including UNCW's Seahawk-1

Spaceflight, the leading rideshare and mission management provider announced the success of its SSO-A: SmallSat Express mission. (more...)

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Honor Roll: Excellence Rewarded at Annual Faculty Awards

At the fall faculty meeting on Nov. 29, UNCW recognized its best teaching, research and scholarship efforts and those who do them best. (more...)

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UNCW Communication Studies Professor Julie-Ann Scott-Pollock Recognized for Best Publications of 2018

Julie-Ann Scott-Pollock, an associate professor in the UNCW Department of Communication Studies, has received awards from the National Communication Association (NCA) for best publication of the year in three categories. (more...)

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UNCW Assistant Professor Darin Penneys Shares in a $1.3M National Science Foundation Grant

Darin Penneys, a UNCW assistant professor of biology and marine biology, is part of an international, multi-institutional team of botanists who will collect and identify plants and lichens that are unique to the Philippines but at risk of extinction. (more..)

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UNCW Professor Counts Down to Launch of Groundbreaking Nanosatellite on December 3

UNCW professor John M. Morrison's nanosatellite, SeaHawk-1, is ready for launch. (more...)

UNCW Professor Emeritus Melton McLaurin Awarded Order of the Longleaf Pine

Melton McLaurin has been recognized for his contributions as a teacher, author, scholar and civilian with the Order of the Longleaf Pine, the highest honor the governor of North Carolina can bestow. (more...) 

UNCW Receives Federal Recognition as a National Center of Excellence in Cyber Defense Education

UNCW has been named a National Center of Excellence in Cyber Defense Education, a designation that will enable students to compete for federal and private security jobs. (more...)


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Nov. - March

UNCW Theatre 2018-19 Season

Nov. 29-Dec. 15

Fall Senior Exhibition

Dec. 13

"Human Rights Start at Home"

Dec. 15

Fall 2018 Commencement

Jan. 17-Feb. 23

Gene A. Felice II: Solo exhibition

Jan. 24

"The Russian Tsars' Winter Palace and the People of St. Petersburg" - panel discussion and book signing
Location TBA, 5 p.m.

Jan. 29

"1968 Remembered: A View from Europe and America"
Location TBA, 7 p.m.

Feb. 2

CAS Homecoming 5K

 Feb. 12

"The Spanish Flu Epidemic of 1918-1919"
Location TBA, 5 p.m.

Feb. 28-April 5

Reflections on Colorism: Art as an Alternative Mirror

March 21

"Psy-Ops and National Hacking: A Modern History"
Location TBA, 5 p.m.

March 28

Sherman Emerging Scholar - Spring Echo - Matt Shannon (MA UNCW '09) Emory and Henry College

April 11-May 11

Spring Senior Exhibition

April 11-12

Visions Film Festival and Conference

May 29-31

5th Biennial UNCW Integrated Marketing Communication Conference