|Welcome to UNCW's monthly electronic newsletter for alumni and friends, bringing you news about the University of North Carolina Wilmington and the UNCW Alumni Association.|
CREW CLUB REUNION
FAMILY AND ALUMNI WEEKEND DATES ANNOUNCED
BUSINESS WEEK 2010
COMMUNICATION STUDIES DAY
ON AZALEA TOUR
GRAND SLAM JAM
CONNECT WITH FELLOW ALUMNI
MEETS PROGRESS TARGETS, LOOKS TO NEW CHALLENGES
CAMPUS HONORED FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE
The Peace Corps ranked UNCW 25th in the nation among medium-sized schools for producing undergraduate volunteers.
UNCW IN THE NEWS – Check here for weekly highlights of where the University of North Carolina Wilmington, its faculty, staff, alumni and programs have made headlines across the country.
TITLE FOR SWIMMING AND DIVING
SWIMMERS COMPETE AT NCAA
WOMEN'S TENNIS WINS THIRD STRAIGHT
SEAHAWKS TOP DUQUESNE
YOU FOR YOUR GENEROSITY
LIFELONG LEARNING – Members of the local community can find a wide variety of adult education opportunities this spring in the Pathways catalog, a listing of courses, special events, online offerings and travel adventures offered by the UNCW Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI).
Want to HIRE A SEAHAWK for a job or internship? Register online and post your listings free of charge. Questions? Call 910.962.3174.
CAREER ASSISTANCE – Alumni can access the services and resources of the UNCW Career Center in the University Union, Room 2035, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or use special drop-in hours for quick questions 2 to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Individual questions can be asked by phone 910.962.3174 or e-mail email@example.com.
UNCW students are sharing the university’s story with alumni, parents and friends as part of the ANNUAL GIVING PHONATHON. Last year student callers encouraged more than 7,300 donors to pledge more than $466,000 to the university. In this time of severe budget cuts, these donations are not for extras. The gifts are used for library materials, classroom equipment, computers, software and other technology, campus life programs, athletics and much more to maintain the quality, educational experience that has become a tradition at UNCW. Please consider making your gift online.
UNCW TEAL RAINBOWS are available at the UNCW Bookstore and selected Wilmington area merchants. Call 910.962.3188 for more information.
DRESS LIKE A SEAHAWK – Redix at Wrightsville Beach now carries UNCW neckties and bowties by Vineyard Vines, in teal and yellow. View a photo gallery of other local merchants who carry licensed UNCW products and the items they have available. Other links: UNCW Bookstore | UNCWsports.com online store
ADMISSIONS – UNCW is one of the South’s best public undergraduate teaching institutions as evidenced by a high demand from talented students seeking admission, national recognition and growth in regionally relevant programs such as marine science, gerontology, psychology, public administration and film studies.
Think summer – UNCW offers a wide variety of summer academic enrichment camps for ages 5 to 17. From art to writing and everything in between, the camps combine academic excellence with fun! New for 2010 – engineering...harness alternative energy sources, build remote operated vehicles for deep sea exploration, learn from nature's best earth and water structures and examine biomimicry, biologically inspired engineering. Complete listing and more information
"Two Perspectives" by Carlton Wilkinson and Mark Taylor – through April 2, Randall Library, Sherman Hayes Gallery
Auditions – Off-Broadway production For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf – 6:30-8:30 p.m. March 17, King Hall Room 101 and 6:30-8:30 p.m. March 18, Randall Library auditorium
William McKee Evans, author of Open Wound: The Long View of Race in America – 7 p.m. March 17, Watson School of Education Auditorium. Free
Kirsten Holmstedt ’06M, author of Band of Sisters and The Girls Come Marching Home – 7 p.m. March 18, Lumina Theater. Free
Essayist John D'Agata, author of About a Mountain – 3 p.m. March 19, Kenan Hall Room 1111
Harlem Globetrotters – 7 p.m. March 19, Trask Coliseum. Tickets $25.
Selected Shorts: A Celebration of the Short Story – 8 p.m. March 19, Kenan Auditorium. Free
UNC-WOOP presents the opera Hansel and Gretel – 8 p.m. March 20, Kenan Auditorium. Tickets $10
2010 Wilmington Information Technology Exchange and Conference – 3 p.m. Thursday, March 25, Computer Information Systems Building