Drew Scales’s job is to focus on the student aspect of UNCW’s student-athletes. As assistant athletic director for student-athlete support services, he oversees an office that helps Seahawk athletes stay on course academically.

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NEW: Eat on Campus and Save Money with a Faculty/Staff Meal Plan

REMINDER: Submit Orders (Computers and Accessories) for Quarterly Apple Bulk Quote by Feb. 23

REMINDER: Register for the 12th Annual Conference on Men and Masculinity Through March 20

REMINDER: Apply for Friends of UNCW Grant by Feb. 15


NEW: ITS Announces Scheduled Downtime for Reporting Database Feb. 17-20

NEW: Free, Qualified Income Tax Assistance Offered by UNCW Accounting Students

NEW: Recyclemania 2017 is Underway - Join UNCW's Effort

NEW: Retirement Reception for Ann Glossl (Student Affairs) on Feb. 27

NEW: News and Training Opportunities from the Office of e-Learning

REMINDER: Campus Fire Drills Scheduled March 6-22

REMINDER: Call for Nominations for the 2017 Hoggard Medal of Achievement and Distinguished Faculty Scholar Awards

REMINDER: Summer 2017 Applications for SURCA Funding Accepted Through March 13

REMINDER: PERCH and the Office of the Dean of Students Collecting Formal and Semi-Formal Dresses for "Prom Closet" Through March 20

Hawk Highlights

Deborah Powell (WCE) Takes Part in NY EdTech Week

Amanda Williard (Biology and Marine Biology) Publishes in "Fisheries Research"

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Missy Kennedy '01 Selected as Associate Vice Chancellor for University Advancement (Feb. 6)

UNCW Educator Appointed President of North Carolina Council for Exceptional Children (Feb. 6)

Choreographer Camille Brown Brings Thought-Provoking Dance Theater to UNCW (Feb. 6)

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Communique: Annual Local Food Conference Held at UNCW


UNCW Students Learn About the Evolution and Significance of African American Dance


Early Returns Have UNC Wilmington Baseball Poised for Another Memorable Run

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Karen Thompson of Housing and Residence Life enjoyed a locally grown lunch with husband Eric and UNCW student Mellissa Dionesotes during the 7th annual Feast Down East conference held on Feb. 10 in the Burney Center.

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