University Relations

April 25-29

UNCW honors Chancellor with naming of building: Sartarelli Hall 

UNCW celebrates retiring Chancellor Sartarelli 
UNCW awarding 10 scholarships to D.C. Virgo students 
Port City Daily 
Whale that washed ashore on Masonboro Island used for study, and even for shark bait 
Featuring the UNCW Department of Biology and Marine Biology and Marine Mammal Stranding Program 
NAACP to host Melanated in Medicine Fair on April 30 
Featuring the UNCW Minority Association for Pre-Health Students 
Gala to enhance local health care workforce 
The Robesonian 
Featuring UNCW alum Farrin Freeman 
Town of Burgaw appoints first assistant town manager 
Featuring UNCW alum Jim Hock 

Migrating marshes: Mapping trends and predicting the future
Spectrum News 
Featuring UNCW faculty member Dr. Joanne Halls and student Carter Eckhardt 
Locally based Fulmore Films signs major deal with global film distribution company 
New Bern Sun Journal 
Featuring UNCW alum D’Aja Fulmore 
Community Briefs: New Board Member 
Ocean City Today 
Featuring UNCW alum Matt Powell 
UNCW building named for retiring chancellor, Jose Sartarelli 
Port City Daily 
CSB Business Week 2022 - Connecting UNCW's Cameron School of Business to Its Powerful Network 
Sponsored content provided by Dr. Robert Burrus, Cameron School of Business dean, and Sarah Fetters,UNCW university advancement director of communications 
Turning grief into art: UNCW creates documentary after father dies from cancer 
Featuring UNCW student Betsy Bertram 
In Focus with Loretta Boniti: The Importance of Salt Marshes 
Spectrum News  
Featuring UNCW Department of Biology and Marine Biology’s Marae West, Vangelyn Buckland and Dr. Raymond Danner 
In Focus with Loretta Boniti: What is affecting salt marshes today? 
Spectrum News 
Featuring Dr. Joanne Halls, Department of Earth and Ocean Sciences 
In Focus with Loretta Boniti: Leaders concentrating on marsh protection 
Spectrum News 
Featuring NC Senator Mike Lee, UNCW alum and former BOT member 
Samantha Taylor Joins Tonkon Torp Litigation Department 
Oregon Business 
Featuring UNCW alum Samantha Taylor 

UPDATE: Police searching for armed person on S. College Road, "no threat to the public" 
Additional coverage: WECT 
Locals weigh in on Twitter, Elon Musk, and freedom of speech 
Featuring UNCW faculty member Dr. Jennifer Brubaker 
How learning about deep-sea animals, including (and especially!) the eyeballs of shrimp, changes how we think about life in the deepest parts of the ocean 
WHQR Coastline 
Featuring UNCW faculty member Dr. Lorian Schweikert 
The Oyster Barn Opens As Event Venue, Hampstead Oyster Pickup Spot 
Featuring UNCW alum Conor MacNair 
Republican candidates for Brunswick Board of Education District 5 
Featuring UNCW alum Randy Fennell 
Meet the candidates: NC District Court Judge, District 13, Seat 2, Republican primary 
Featuring UNCW alum Preston Hilton 
'Murdered or forcibly banished': more Wilmington 1898 coup details to emerge at UNCW forum 
Featuring event co-sponsored by UNCW's Equity Institute and the Office of Community Engagement and Applied Learning, and the departments of English and History 

JUST US: annual art collaboration to develop social-emotional skills of local youth 
Featuring UNCW’s Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion   

JUST US youth program revitalized by UNCW and the Harrelson Center 
Pandemic Trend or Labor Market Correction? 
Inside Higher Ed 
Featuring UNCW faculty member Kevin McClure 
Reel Named Interim Dean Of The College Of Health And Human Services 
Wilmington Biz 
Featuring UNCW faculty member Justine Reel 
Hansley joins Genesis Block 
Featuring UNCW alum Aariene Hansley 
Meet the candidates: New Hanover County Board of Commissioners Republican primary 
Featuring UNCW alum Joe Irrera 
Meet the candidates: New Hanover County Board of Education Democratic primary 
Featuring UNCW alums Judy Justice and Veronica McLaurin-Brown 
Meet the candidates: Pender County Board of Commissioners, District 1, Republican primary 
Featuring UNCW alum Joe Cina and alum and BOT member Jimmy Tate  
Brandon Panameno, candidate for NC House of Representatives District 35 
News & Observer 
Featuring UNCW alum Brandon Panameno