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Applied Learning & High Impact Practices


Join the first Coalition for Leadership, Inclusive Mentorship, and Belonging (CLIMB) workshop on Friday, October 20th from 12:00-1:30 pm in McNeill Hall 1051! CLIMB is an ongoing community of practice centering student mentorship and leadership welcoming anyone who values this area of work. For questions, contact Dr. James DeVita, or Dr. Addie Sayers,

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District C Design Thinking and Team Based Learning Opportunity

Are you interested in an innovative design thinking and team based learning model that you can use in your classes? Consider participating in the District C Spring Coaching Institute! Apply through InfoReady by October 15th!

students in randall library learn how to use a 3-d printer.

International Faculty/Staff Study Abroad in Costa Rica

The Office of Applied Learning & High Impact Practices and The Office of International Programs invite full-time UNCW faculty/staff to submit applications to attend a faculty study abroad program to Costa Rica in Spring break 2024. Join us for an information session on September 25th, 12pm-1pm in Veterans Hall 1032, or contact for additional information.

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Pedagogy Initiatives

Applications are now open for Applied Learning & High Impact Practice Pedagogy Initiatives! Apply by 10/15/2023 for up to $2,500.00 in support of your high impact course or experience starting Spring 2024 or beyond!

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Special Initiatives

Contact Us

Office of Applied Learning & High Impact Practices

Friday Annex

James DeVita, Director of High Impact Pathways - 

Runa Winters, Social Research Specialist -