Dean Heath ’06, ’14M began his career as a salesman, and in a sense, uses those same skills in his role as a recruitment specialist for the Watson College of Education.

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

NEW: Register for Annual Educational Technology Mini-Conference Through April 23

NEW: Submit Proposals for Annual Seahawk Leadership Conference by May 25

NEW: Purchase Discounted Tickets for April 21 "Stompin' at the Savoy" Benefit

REMINDER: Apply for the Staff Senate Scholarship by April 16

REMINDER: Apply for Sustainability 2.0 Funding Through April 6

REMINDER: Proposals for Spring/Summer 2019 Faculty-Led Education Abroad Programs Due April 10


NEW: College of Health and Human Services Hosting Fifth Annual Health Week April 9-13

NEW: Upgrade to Cascade Web Content Management System Forthcoming

NEW: International Faculty and Staff Association Hosting a Picnic in the Park This Saturday

NEW: Jacquelyn Lee (Social Work) and Kristen DeVall (Sociology and Criminology) to Lead Facilitated Discussion on Civic-Minded Teaching April 13

REMINDER: University Librarian Candidates Visiting Campus Through April 13

REMINDER: 2017-18 Full Cycle Performance Appraisals Due by April 30

Hawk Highlights

Four College of Arts and Sciences Faculty Members Inducted into Order of Isaac Bear

Distinguished Professor of Creative Writing Clyde Edgerton Featured Author at Chattanooga State Community College’s Writers@Work Program

Book Authored by Department of History’s Thomas R. Hart Honored by Printing Industry of the Carolinas

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UNCW Announces New Master's Program in Film Studies (March 23)

UNCW to Host 2018 Wilmington Information Technology eXchange April 10 (March 27)

Cameron School of Business Announces New Center for Sales Excellence and Customer Delight (March 27)

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OPINION, Margaret Spellings: Closing the Education Gap


UNCW Students Dig into Decades of Turtle Data

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UNCW Student Brings Local Produce Right to Campus


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