University Relations

Feb. 17-21


Looking to bring high-paying jobs to Wilmington
StarNews
Featuring Yousry Sayed, UNCW Board of Trustee and adjunct faculty member

Willie Stargell Foundation announces inaugural 5k race
WECT
Featuring the UNCW College of Health and Human Services

9 Wilmington ways to entertain your kid, or inner kid, this weekend

StarNews
Featuring several UNCW events

LO-FI PUBLISHING: UNCW exhibition celebrates DIY art form
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MISHAPS, MAYHEM, MARINO: Christopher Marino directs 'Comedy of Errors' for first show of UNCW's spring season 

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2020 Coastal Entrepreneur Awards - Coastal Entrepreneur Awards
Greater Wilmington Business Journal
Featuring the UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Wanchese Campus Set For Open House

Coastal Review Online
The Coastal Studies Institute is a research partnership led by ECU, in association with North Carolina State University, the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, UNCW and Elizabeth City State University. 

Connecting the Community
WILMA
Featuring Jeanine Mingé, associate vice chancellor for community engagement

Gullah Geechee culture will be on exhibit
StarNews
Featuring Sean Palmer, Upperman African American Center

Students tackle local issues like water quality at regional science fair

WWAY
Featuring Carmen Sidbury, CESTEM

FBI Warns about Prevalence of Online Romance Scams
WWAY
Featuring Jen Adler, CARE

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease Spreading to Turks and Caicos, Says UNCW's Joe Pawlik

WHQR

Opera Sunday returns to Southport

StarNews
Featuring Nancy King, music

Middle Schoolers Serve Tacos to Those in Need
Spectrum News
Featuring D.C. Virgo students

PHOTOS: Feast Down East Food Conference

StarNews

Things to do for Feb. 16-22
StarNews
Featuring several UNCW events

Scientist turned bus driver advocates for Winston-Salem passengers
Winston-Salem Journal  
Featuring UNCW graduate Phillip Summers


UNCW School of Social Work Hosts Child Welfare Simulations
Greater Wilmington Business Journal
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