UNCW in the News

UNCW in the News

Nov. 25-27

Gov. McCrory announces appointments to UNCW Board of Trustees
Jacksonville Daily News
The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments: Michael Drummond, University of North Carolina Wilmington Board of Trustees.

Questions about charter schools linger as numbers grow
Charter schools are growing rapidly in North Carolina, both in enrollment and new schools.

Holiday hiring helps unemployment numbers take a dip
Temporary holiday jobs provide a cheerful break amid the gloom of stubborn unemployment in the Wilmington area.

Community leaders take walk in students' shoes
New Hanover County Schools and the Wilmington Chamber hosts a "Walk in my Shoes" event, where community business leaders tour area schools for the day.

Students to pay meal plan tax
University of North Carolina Wilmington students will begin paying the tax on their meal plans starting January 2014.

Photos - Art for the Masses at UNCW
More than 150 local artists participated in the annual event.

New Hanover County Schools, UNCW recognize outstanding new ...
Port City Daily
New Hanover County Schools has partnered with UNC Wilmington's Watson College of Education to recognize the district's outstanding beginning teachers.

UNC-system happenings, November 22, 2013
The Daily Tar Heel
UNC Wilmington professors met last week to discuss the recent rise Wilmington has seen in gun violence and to field questions from the community.

Broadband helps North Carolina emerge as 'The Connected State'
Broadway World
Dan Noonan, manager of Distance Education and Video Network Services at UNC Wilmington, was selected by his peers for the Community Choice...

Bryan brothers inspire youth at clinic, exhibition
The Bryans were at UNCW's Trask Coliseum for an exhibition match.

UNCW, CFCC weekend sports report
Port City Daily
Marshall senior forward Elijah Pittman keyed a 16-2 run to end the first half and exploded for a career-high 35 points as Marshall sped past UNCW 96-78 in a Saturday matinee at the Cam Henderson Center.

Deadline near for survey to help create 'brand' for Wilmington
Port City Daily
Conducted by UNCW's Office of Community Partnerships and Cameron School of Business, the survey seeks input on how respondents identify the Port City currently.

N.C. teachers see legislative changes as harmful, study finds
That's what two professors in the University of North Carolina Wilmington's Watson College of Education heard when they surveyed public school teachers and principals as part of a study.

Laite earns All-CAA honors; UNCW women's soccer honored for academic
Port City Daily
Led by first-team All-CAA selection seniorChristi Laite, a total of four UNCW volleyball players were recognized as the Colonial Athletic Association handed out its annual awards during the league's championship banquet.

Bryan Brothers show 'love' for Wilmington tennis
Bob and Mike Bryan played several exhibition matches at UNCW on Sunday. They're the No. 1 ranked doubles team in the world.

Deadline near for survey to help create 'brand' for Wilmington
Port City Daily
Wednesday's the deadline for responses to a survey that could help create a brand to market Wilmington to the world

UNCW branding initiative survey ends soon
UNCW's branding initiative is officially underway, but your chance to add your opinion is drawing to a close.

Survey finds new laws affecting NC classrooms
This year has brought many changes to public education in North Carolina. Among other things, lawmakers are eliminating teacher tenure and phasing out pay for master's degrees.

Walking in their shoes, community leaders tour New Hanover schools
Lumina News

Of the 180 people invited to participate in the Walk in My Shoes program, about 30 community leaders, ranging from public officials and investors to realtors and University of North Carolina Wilmington Adult Scholars.