In today’s political climate, it’s safe to say that Aaron King has his work cut out for him. As an assistant professor in the Department of Public and International Affairs, King thrives on introducing students to concepts that may challenge their world view.

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NEW: Attend an Open Enrollment Information Session - Ends Oct. 31

NEW: Encourage First-Year Students to Attend "Midway Giveaway" for Fun and Resources

NEW: Register for Nov. 16 Faculty/Staff Safe Zone Training

NEW: Celebrate Midnite Madness at Campus Events All Week

REMINDER: Recycle Last Year's Parking Hang Tag

REMINDER: Submit Proposals for International Education Week Through Oct. 20


NEW: UNCW Board of Trustees to Hold Quarterly Meetings, Oct. 26-27

NEW: Staff Assembly Scholarship Open to All UNC Employees Through Nov. 7

NEW: Faculty Input Needed for Facilities and Administration Funds Survey - Submit Through Oct. 20

NEW: Dare to Learn Academy Offering Nov. 1 Volunteering Event with Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry

NEW: Lunch and Learn Session on College Financial Aid Oct. 20

REMINDER: Two Weeks of Events to Explore Issues of Identity, Sexuality and Ethnicity Through the Lens of Aging Oct. 13-26

REMINDER: UNCW Professors to Discuss "GenX and the Water We Drink" Oct. 19

REMINDER: 70th Anniversary Campus Celebration Rescheduled for Oct. 25

REMINDER: Flu Shot Clinic Oct. 24

Hawk Highlights

WCE Faculty Members Kevin McClure, Andrew Ryder and James DeVita Collaborate on Study of Public-Private Partnerships in College Student Housing

Caroline Clements (Psychology) Lectures at International Teaching Excellence Workshop

Robb Mann (ITS) Shares Expertise on Merging IT and AV

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"Brushstrokes" Paints Picture of Community's Transformation (Oct. 13)

UNCW-Connected Businesses Advance to “Fish 2.0” Finals (Oct. 4)

Creative Writing to Welcome Distinguished Authors, Alumni and Guests for Annual Writers’ Week, Oct. 30-Nov. 3 (Oct. 16)

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UNCW Rocks Towards $50,000 Milestone for 11th Annual Rock for a Cure

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Video Installation at UNCW Helps Young People Understand the Aging Process


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Shanhong Luo (left) of the psychology department and Sue-Jen Chen (right) of the Watson College of Education enjoy themselves during the UNCW International Faculty and Staff Association reception on Oct. 10. 

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