C.B. McGrath has been officially announced as the 11th head coach of UNCW men’s basketball.

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NEW: Attend April 12 Staff Senate Meeting

NEW: Apply for ETEAL's Sustainability 2.0 Funding Awards Through April 12

NEW: Submit Proposals for Short-Term Spring and Summer 2018 Faculty-Led Programs Through April 20

NEW: Register for April 6 and 7 Sessions with CAPTRUST Financial Advisors

NEW: Purchase Discounted Tickets for April 22 "Stompin' at the Savoy" Benefit

REMINDER: Volunteer to Assist with Spring 2017 Commencement Ceremonies

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REMINDER: Apply for the Fall 2017 Staff Senate Scholarship Through April 15


NEW: Lori Messinger Awarded American Council on Education Fellowship

NEW: Watson College of Education to Host Rosenwald Conference April 7

NEW: Staff Senate Nominations Open Through April 30; Submit Via MySeaport

NEW: Faculty Welfare Committee Seeks Input from Part-Time and Non-Tenure-Track Faculty

REMINDER: Christine Poon to Speak Today at 4 p.m. as Part of Chancellor’s Distinguished Lecture Series

REMINDER: 2017-18 Community Engagement Grant Applications Being Accepted Through April 14

Hawk Highlights

Amy Kirschke (Department of Art and Art History) Delivers Lecture at National Gallery of Art

Dennis Kubasko (WCE) Named GE's 2017 Science Olympiad Volunteer of the Year

Seahawks Rewrite Record Books in Stellar Season

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A Record-Setting 1,369 Donors Support UNCW’s Annual One-Day Giving Challenge (March 22)

UNCW Student Wins $10,000 Challenge for Young Social Entrepreneurs (March 24)

Lookout Title Finalist for Young Lions Fiction Award (March 24)

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Four Topics Tackled During UNCW Schools Forum


Lending Tree Founder Gives Talk at UNCW's Business Week

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UNCW Men's Soccer to Host Annual "Harry's Game" to Benefit Children with Special Needs

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Office of Military Affairs director Bill Kawczynski (right) thanks guest speaker David Chrisinger for offering his expertise on veteran reintegration during a presentation for Health and Human Services Week, hosted by the College of Health and Human Services, March 27-31.

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