UNCW to Host Rosenwald School Legacy Conference and AIG REBOOT Program for Gifted Students
UNCW’s Watson College of Education will host two conferences designed to support regional schoolteachers. The first will explore the Rosenwald School legacy; the second is designed for teachers looking to utilize technology to support the advanced learning of academically and intellectually gifted students.
Chancellor Emeritus Leutze Discusses Churchill/America Relationship
UNCW Chancellor Emeritus James Leutze was part of a special program recognizing Winston Churchill, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. The event was hosted by The Sister Cities Association of Wilmington in recognition of Churchill’s passing 50 years ago.
A Message from the Co-Chairs of the Chancellor Search Committee
NEW! Spring Faculty Meeting Rescheduled for April 14
NEW! Stompin' at the Savoy Ticket Discount for Faculty and Staff
Watson College Dean Candidate Meet-and-Greets Start This Week
UIC Announces New Campus Sustainability Campaign
Upcoming Retirement Receptions for Frances Carr and Steve Pickard
Isaac Bear Celebrates 10 Years, Partnership with UNCW
Almost 10 years ago, the first classes at Isaac Bear Early College High School took place in a divided auditorium at Snipes Elementary School. Today, IBEC is located in its own building on MacMillan Avenue. Its close proximity to UNCW’s main campus gives students access to the university’s resources.
Nominations Open for 2015 Coastal Entrepreneur Awards
The UNCW Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Greater Wilmington Business Journal are seeking nominations for this year’s Coastal Entrepreneur Awards. The deadline to apply or nominate an individual or organization is 5 p.m., March 31.