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University Monitoring Weather Conditions for Family Weekend

UNCW is closely monitoring weather forecasts for Family Weekend, Sept. 22-24. The National Weather Service indicates windy and rainy...

Two Seahawks Receive NC Sea Grant Fellowship 

Kathryn Little and Aaron Ramus are recipients of the NC Sea Grant STEM Fellowship.

UNCW Celebrates Faculty Award Recipients at Fall Faculty Meeting

UNCW recognized faculty who have made significant contributions in teaching, research and service during its Fall Faculty Meeting on Sept. 14.

UNCW Chancellor Volety Joins NCBiotech Board of Directors

Chancellor Aswani K. Volety, an advocate for strong collaborations among higher education, government, industry and community leaders, has joined...

UNCW earns “Best Public National University” ranking

Once again, UNCW ranks as one of the best public national universities in the state and nation, according to the “2023-24 Best...

CHSSA Faculty Receive Prestigious National Fellowships 

Two assistant professors in the College of Humanities, Social Sciences and the Arts (CHSSA) have received national fellowships that recognize and...

Eden Briley '23 Awarded DeJoy-Woś Family Foundation Scholarship

Eden Briley '23 is among nine students awarded a competitive DeJoy-Woś Family Foundation Scholarship.

UNCW Researchers to Collaborate on New Earthquake Research Center 

UNCW researchers will participate in a $15 million NSF-funded effort to create an earthquake research center to study the Cascadia subduction zone...

UNCW Commemorates Fifth Anniversary of Hurricane Florence

UNCW faculty, staff and students will commemorate the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Florence by assisting community organizations throughout...

Student Resilience Team Studying NC Reefs

Students from UNCW are recipients of North Carolina Sea Grant’s Resilience Team Competition funding for a new study of reef ecosystems in...

High Risk of Rip Currents Along the East Coast from Hurricane Lee  

National Weather Service forecasts indicate an increased risk of rip currents along the beaches near UNCW’s main campus due to...

UNCW Observes 22nd Anniversary of 9/11 

The UNCW Student Veterans Organization hosted a 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on Monday to honor the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks—the...

Steve Griffin '82 Joins UNCW Board of Trustees

Steve Griffin '82 recently took the oath of office as a new member of the UNCW Board of Trustees. Griffin, the president of Insurance People,...

UNCW Receives $177,639 in NEH Funding

Two teams at the University of North Carolina Wilmington were named among humanities projects nationwide to receive grant funding from the National...

Ocean Innovation Conference to Explore Blue Economy and Innovation 

The UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Alliance for the Blue Economy (All Blue) will host the inaugural Ocean Innovation...

UNCW Mourns the Loss of Retired Faculty Member Robert H. Cutting Jr. 

Robert (“Bob”) H. Cutting Jr., Juris Doctorate, passed away on Aug. 23 after suffering a stroke. 

Campus to Resume Normal Operations on Friday, Sept. 1

Weather conditions following Idalia are projected to improve Thursday afternoon and evening. UNCW will resume normal...

Message from Chancellor Volety: Support for UNC-Chapel Hill

I write to you today with a heavy heart about the active attacker situation that unfolded Monday (Aug. 28) at a sister institution, UNC-Chapel Hill.

Nate Miner Named Associate Vice Chancellor at NC State

Nate Miner, associate provost for administration and resource management, has accepted the position of associate vice chancellor for strategic...

Hogfish Can “See” Using More Than Their Eyes 

A research breakthrough at UNCW and the Center for Marine Science suggests that some color-changing fish species may be able to "see"...

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