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Mandala Art Project Inspires Creativity and Connection

Mandala Art Project Inspires Creativity and Connection

UNCW Board of Trustees Meeting Scheduled April 25-26

The UNCW Board of Trustees will hold committee meetings on Thursday, April 25. The regular quarterly meeting will be held on Friday, April 26, in...

April 10 - Power Restored on Campus

A power outage affected the UNCW main campus on Wednesday evening. Power was restored and an all clear message was sent at 8:54 p.m. The university...

UNCW Online Program Receives National Recognition

The University of North Carolina Wilmington’s online Master of Science in Nursing – Nurse Educator (MSN NE) program has received...

UNCW Spinoff Secures NSF Grant

DuraVax Inc. has been awarded a National Science Foundation Phase One Small Business Technology Transfer grant in the amount of $274,991.

UNCW Among Universities Receiving Instruments for PFAS Research

UNC Wilmington faculty have been equipped with a cutting-edge instrument from the North Carolina Collaboratory and Thermo Fisher Scientific to...

Bo Huff '24

Bo Huff '24, an environmental science major, is a dedicated researcher and conservationist whose love for wildlife inspired his own education.

UNCW PDS Receives National Award for School Partnerships

UNCW’s Watson College of Education and two partnership high schools in New Hanover County have received the 2024 Exemplary PDS Award from the...

UNCW is “All in to Vote”

UNCW is taking part in the "ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge," a national, nonpartisan effort encouraging college students to register...

UNCW Extends Enrollment Deposit Deadline to May 15 to Support Students, Families

UNCW Extends Enrollment Deposit Deadline to May 15

CSB Professor, Alum Makes UN Pool of Experts

Dr. Peter Schuhmann has been appointed by the United Nations as a member of the Pool of Experts of the United Nations Regular Process for Global...

BOT Special Called Meeting March 22

The UNCW Board of Trustees will hold a special called meeting at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 22 in Alderman Hall Room 215.

Fire at Village Green Apartments

Earlier today, a fire significantly damaged property at Village Green Apartments, a privately owned and operated facility, on North MacMillan...

UNCW’s Free Speech Policies Earn FIRE’s Green Light  

UNCW received a green light rating from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) in its annual Spotlight on Speech Codes Report.

CHHS Commissions New Corbett Anatomy Lab

The Dr. J. Richard “Dick” Corbett Anatomy Laboratory joins Veterans Hall’s suite of interprofessional teaching clinics,...

Excavating Evidence of Early Agricultural Engineering

Within the depths of the lower Cape Fear and Brunswick rivers lie remnants of the region's history of rice cultivation and the enslaved West...

Dusty Sanders ’23

After eight years of service in the U.S. Army and serving in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, Dusty Sanders ’23 began...

UNCW Announces Alumni Association Distinguished Awards Recipients

The University of North Carolina Wilmington has announced the recipients of the 2024 UNCW Alumni Association Distinguished Awards. The...

US Secretary of Interior Visits Center for Marine Science

UNCW and the CMS hosted the Honorable Deb Haaland and Liz Klein, Director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.

UNCW Holds Rank Among Best Online Programs

UNCW climbs two spots to 16th nationally on the popular annual list. Several of its online graduate programs are also recognized.

Percy Family's Donation Contributes to Special Collections

Dr. Antony Percy and his family have made a gift of his collection of books and papers, which totals several thousand individual pieces, to Randall...

UNCW Launches Blue Economy Index

UNCW announces the launch of the UNC Wilmington Blue Economy Index, an equity benchmark designed to track the performance of companies involved in...

Jason Mott Receives NEA Fellowship

Jason Mott ’06, ’08M, author and an associate professor in UNCW’s Department of Creative Writing, has been selected to receive a...

Spring 2024 Commencement: Five Ceremonies Planned May 10-11

University of North Carolina Wilmington will hold five commencement exercises for the Class of 2024. All five ceremonies, scheduled May 10-11, will...

UNCW Expands Its EV Infrastructure

UNCW is one of 17 state agencies that received state funds to expand its electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Jan. 26 - Shots Fired Near Campus; Suspect Apprehended

The UNCW Police Department received reports from the Wilmington Police Department about shots fired in the 400 block of South College Road,...

Like No Other: The Campaign for UNCW Surpasses Historic Milestone

The largest and most ambitious campaign in UNC Wilmington history, Like No Other: The Campaign for UNCW, surpassed its $125 million stretch goal...

Denise Henning

Denise Henning, director of UNCW/3C, is an Equity Champion Consultant for the Racial Equity for Adult Credentials in Education Collaborative, a...

Allie Best '23M

UNCW graduate student Allie Best received the North Carolina Sea and Space Grant, a fellowship awarded to students whose research explores...

Mason Crawford ’19, ’21M, ’23M

If Mason Crawford ’19, ’21M, ’23M had to describe their UNCW experience in three words, the soon-to-be three-time alum would...

Katie Barton '23

Katie Barton has always wanted a career centered around animals, so a biology major was her first choice. Participation in UNCW's First Year...

Louis Bon-Ami, NextGen Postdoctoral Fellow

Louis Bon-Ami hopes to repay the investment educators made in him by investing in other students. Bon-Ami serves as a NextGen Postdoctoral Fellow.

Stephanie Caulder, CHSSA Founding Dean

When Stephanie Caulder considered the opportunity to return to her hometown to lead a brand-new college at UNCW, she knew it was a calling and her...

Ron Vetter, CSE Founding Dean

Ron Vetter believes change offers opportunities for improvement – in technology and in life. For nearly three decades, Vetter has taken...

Jack Watson, CHHS Dean

Jack Watson always thought he would become a practicing sports psychologist, but in graduate school he discovered a passion for teaching that led...

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