Amanda Gabbard attributes her passion for connecting students with community engagement opportunities to her own college experience - a spring break service trip led to the career path she is following today.

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NEW: Donate Voluntary Shared Leave to Campus Colleagues

NEW: Purchase a Faculty/Staff Meal Plan by Feb. 23 and Receive a Free Punch Card

REMINDER: Submit Nominations for Staff and Community Partner Award for "Excellence in Engagement" Through Feb. 16

REMINDER: Submit Friends of UNCW Grant Applications Through Feb. 14


NEW: UNCW Awarded $80,000 in CAA "Innovate/Collaborate" Grants

NEW: Office of e-Learning Announces Learning Management System Pilot Information and Open Sessions

NEW: Important Flu Information and Recommendations

NEW: Cameron School of Business Offering Free Tax Preparation Services Feb. 17-April 4

NEW: A Conversation with Todd Taylor About Digital Literacy Across the UNCW Curriculum Feb. 15

REMINDER: Engagement Survey Now Live: "Donut" Miss This Chance to Make Your Voice Heard

REMINDER: OUR Seeking Hawk Highlights!

REMINDER: Hoggard Medal for Achievement Nominations Due Feb. 26

REMINDER: Reservation Window for Summer and Fall 2018 Campus Life Facilities Announced

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UNCW Homecoming 2018: A Time to Cheer, a Time to Toast, a Time to Come Home (Feb. 1)

UNCW to Host 3rd Annual Chancellor’s High School Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition (Jan. 31)

UNCW, Fainting Robin Foundation Host Cambodia and Vietnam Highlanders Conference Feb. 3-4 (Jan. 30)

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Eighth Annual Local Food Conference to be Held Feb. 16 at UNCW

Additional coverage: WECT;
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UNCW Student Needs Votes to Bring Camp Kesem to the Cape Fear


Seahawks Picked to Win CAA; Royalty Named Pitcher of the Year

Additional coverage: StarNews

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Faculty, staff, students and community members listen as Amelia Huelskamp, assistant professor in the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences, discusses the issue of food insecurity during the monthly "Coffee Hour" on Jan. 26. The Feb. 23 session will explore the #metoo movement. 

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