Calendar of Events
- Weekly COM News Bulletin - follow the link to view this week's highlights of events and opportunities!
- Recurring Events - follow the link to view more information on our annual and biennial events!
When: Monday October 6, at 6:00pm
Where: Leutze Hall 143
Who: PCOM and COM students
Are you curious which COM professors are teaching different courses? Want to learn more about how to get involved within the major? Come out to this unique opportunity to hear from the professors about the courses they are offering! Wait, there's more! PCOM students-- if you stay the entire time, you will be given a FAST PASS that allows you to skip the long lines of PCOM Advising!
Friday, October 17 at 6:00pm at the Reel Cafe
Get ready for a rockin' night at the Reel Café on
October 17th! The UNCW Communication Studies Society hosts Rock for a
Cure every fall to benefit the New Hanover Regional Medical Center's
Pink Ribbon Foundation.
Be Sure to “Run to the Polls” on Oct. 30 - with COM 352 and Other Engaged Voters!
Symbolizing civic duty and community engagement, UNCW’s COM 352 (Election Campaign Communication) is holding the Inaugural Run to the Polls event on October 30, bringing members of the UNCW community together as they run, walk, or bike from campus to the Board of Elections to take part in early voting. This event is part of a greater UNCW Communication Studies applied learning course that is working for campus voters in conjunction with the City of Wilmington to inform voters on the City’s 2014 Transportation Bond, on the ballot as Streets and Sidewalks. Run to the Polls will offer entertainment, food and prizes, and special guest Mayor Bill Saffo, who will open the event at 5 p.m. “Run to the Polls” seeks to encourage the entire UNCW and Wilmington community to become informed, engaged voters. Registration is free, and participants can upgrade for $5 to include a T-shirt and post-voting reception at “Might as Well” on Racine Drive. Check out Run to the Poll’s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for specified times and more information. Participants can register at tables on campus or on the day of event. For more information on participation in this event, contact Dr. Jennifer Brubaker, Communication Studies, 962-7869 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The 8th Annual Rock for a Cure is underway!
In order to prepare for our event in October we are having a fundraiser at Might as Well Bar and Grill! If you love enjoying great food, sports, and tasty drinks while promoting a great cause join us on:
Thursday September 25
Might as Well (250 Racine Dr)
Our benefit supports the New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation's The Pink Ribbon Project.
P.S. Pre-order this year's TEAL Rock for a Cure t-shirt before Wed., Sept. 24th to guarantee that you get a snazzy shirt to wear to this year's event. Shirts are $10, and proceeds go to the New Hanover Regional Medical Center Foundation's Pink Ribbon Project to help local women who are fighting breast cancer. Order forms are on the Rock for a Cure website at http://uncw.edu/rockforacure under "news." You can pay at this week's CSS meeting or at Ms. Chin's office in Leutze Hall 238. (CSS meeting is one Monday, Sept 22 at 6:00pm in LH 143.
Tuesday, September 30th at Moe's Southwest Grill (4401 Oleander Dr.) 11:00am - 9:00pm
UNCW Communication Studies Society is having a fundraiser! Print the flyer below (or pick one up in the COM office) and bring it with you to Moe’s on Tuesday, September 30 from 11am – 9pm. A percentage of your sale will be donated to CSS!