ETEAL's Partners

Our Partners

ETEAL's UNCW Partners

ETEAL Funded Initiative Partners

Each semester, instructors and students are working on ETEAL-supported Applied Learning initiatives partner with local, national, and even international organizations and businesses. These engaged learning partnerships give students the opportunity to gain vital experience and real world skills while assisting these organizations and businesses and strengthening the bond between UNCW and the community. The list that follows is only a partial summary of all the cooperative partnerships between ETEAL funded instructors, students, and external organizations and businesses.

Tony Atkins and ENG 204 ENG 204 assessed promotional items, menus, images, and other material from the Bento Box restaurant here in Wilmington.
James DeVita and EDL 556 Student teams worked as technology consultants for both UNCW programs and external partners such as the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and the North Carolina College Personnel Association (NCCPA)
Christine Liao and EDN 414 Working with Ogden Elementary, students formed strategies for integrating the arts into an elementary school curriculum
Patty White and NSG 401 Nursing students developed puppet shows promoting healthy lifestyles for Head Start of Wilmington
Kyria Henry, Candace Ashton-Forrester, and RTH 492-001 and 002 Through a four-course program and partnership with paws4people™, students became certified as Assistance Dog Trainers
Susan Catapano and EDN 455-800, EDN 592-001, and EDN 495 Through the Full Circle Project, students were able to teach at both New Hanover High School in Wilmington and San Pedro High School in Belize
Mark Spaulding and HST 495-003 Students created White Paper case studies of North Carolina's exports for the NC Foreign Trade Promotion Council
Laura Spivey and REC 395 and 393 Students worked together with the Police Athletic League (PAL), an outreach program of the Wilmington Police Department targeted at underprivileged youth
Lisa Scribner and MKT 442 Students performed international market research for ONEHOPE Wine, helping the California-based business explore its options for expanding overseas
Matt Waldschlagel and PAR 115-007 and 115-300 PAR 115 students spent time volunteering at many Wilmington area organizations and centers and this project will continue through Spring 2015