A few years after selling his heating and air conditioning business, Bob Williams ’61 went back to work, this time as a part-time project manager at UNCW. He oversees a wide range of maintenance and improvement tasks, including the recent refinishing of the floor at Trask Coliseum.

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Faculty, Student to Present UNCW’s Book “Facing Community Change”

Stephen Harper (CSB) One of Six Emergent Leadership Fellows Recognized at Cucalorus Connect

Ned Irvine (Art and Art History) Receives the 2017 Southeastern College Art Conference Award for Outstanding Exhibition and Catalogue

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UNCW Ranks 6th Among Peer Institutions in Students Studying Abroad (Nov. 15)

OIC, CIE Host Second Annual UNCW Internet of Things (IoT) Hackathon (Nov. 17)

UNCW Publishes Commemorative Book to Celebrate 70th Anniversary (Nov. 9)

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Professor Jorge Figueroa's Love for UNCW the Medicine That Soothes Him


UNCW Survey to Study Economic Impact of GenX

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UNCW Student Creating Drone to Collect Water Samples

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Raymond Danner, assistant professor in the Department of Biology and Marine Biology, enjoyed the annual Art for the Masses with his son, Leo. The popular art show and sale was held Nov. 18 in the Burney and Warwick Centers. 

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