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In Memory of a Seahawk: Sylvia Watson Fisher

The UNCW community celebrates and remembers the life of Sylvia Watson Fisher ’50, the matriarch of the Fisher family, known for her longtime...

UNCW Board of Trustees to Hold Special Called Meeting June 25

The UNCW Board of Trustees will hold a special called meeting beginning at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25, 2024, in Veterans Hall Room 3533.

Robles Honored in Wilmington "40 Under 40"

Mayra Robles, program coordinator for Centro Hispano, was named one of the Wilmington Chamber of Commerce’s "40 Under 40" in its...

Seahawks Shine at 45th Telly Awards

Several creative projects created by UNCW students and staff were recognized at the 45th Telly Awards. The Telly Awards, an institution honoring...

Bradley Ballou Named to UNC System Office VP Role

UNCW Chief of Staff Bradley Ballou ’06 has accepted a new role as Vice President for Executive Leadership and Management with the University...

UNCW Board of Trustees Retreat

A board retreat will be held on June 21 at the UNC Charlotte Popp Martin Student Union.

UNCW Receives NIH Grant

UNCW has received a $452,750 grant from the National Institutes of Health to further animal behavior research and explore the possibility of...

Matthew Rish Appointed Associate Provost for Administration and Resource Management

Matthew Rish has been appointed the associate provost for administration and resource management at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.

Tamara Hatch Named SPARC Director

After a nationwide search, Tamara Hatch has been named director of Sponsored Programs and Research Compliance (SPARC) at the University of North...

Cynthia Demetriou Receives Fulbright International Education Administrator Award

Cynthia Demetriou, associate provost for Student Engagement, Enrollment, and Retention at UNCW, has been selected as a Fulbright U.S. Scholar,...

UNCW Officials Encourage Storm Readiness Ahead of Hurricane Season

Environmental Health and Safety and campus partners stress the importance of reviewing emergency procedures, campus communications awareness and...

UNCW Alert System Test June 6

The UNCW Office of Environmental Health and Safety, UNCW Police Department and the Office of University Relations routinely test the UNCWAlert...

Innovative MedTech Honored at Coastal Entrepreneur Awards 

Morris Nguyen and Kody Roza with Predicate HPG were named the 2024 Coastal Entrepreneurs of the Year at the Coastal Entrepreneur Awards, hosted by...

Message from Chancellor: Update to UNC Policy

An update on changes to UNC System policy about diversity and inclusion as approved by the Board of Governors

UNCW COM/media Ranks in BEA’s International Top 10  

The UNCW Department of Communication Studies' media production program (COM/media) is in the top 10 media production programs within the Film...

MMIW Conference Highlights Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Crisis

Indigenous leaders and advocates gathered at UNCW on May 3-4 to discuss the ongoing crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women.

Soaring Seahawk Swooping to New Nest

The university is moving the sculpture to the historic Hoggard Hall lawn.

Ying Wang Selected for NCInnovation Grant

UNC Wilmington Associate Professor of Chemistry Ying Wang has been approved for grant funding from NCInnovation to continue his work in developing...

Research team discovers lost Nile River branch

A team led by Eman Ghoneim, University of North Carolina Wilmington earth and ocean sciences professor, has discovered the pyramids in Egypt were...

Jeanne Persuit Elected Eastern Communication Association President

Jeanne Persuit has been elected president of the Eastern Communication Association, the oldest regional association in the communication...

Hawks Walk: Thousands Graduate UNCW

Nearly 19,000 trekked through Trask Coliseum over the weekend to watch 2,918 Seahawks officially graduate.

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