Meet the Spring 2015 Seahawk Links

Every freshman, with the exception of students enrolled in the Cornerstone, the Honors Scholars or the Global Perspectives Initiative learning communities, will receive a Seahawk Link. The Seahawk Links are assigned to a First Year Seminar course. to find your link, look for the First Year Seminar course below.

Cornerstone, the Honors Scholars learning community, Global Perspectives Initiative learning community will have peer mentors who are not considered Seahawk Links.

Betsy Dohrer
Betsy Dohrer

Sophomore from Apex, NC

Major: Business Entrepreneurship & Business Development

Fall 2014 Involvement

Overflow Campus Organization and Intramural Sports

favorite place to study

My favorite place to study is the beach or anywhere outside, UNCW offers a lot of benches and tables outside!

Laney Fischer
laney Fischer

Junior from Havelock, NC

Major: Special Education

Fall 2014 Involvement

Sigma Alpha Omega Christian Sorority

favorite place to study

My favorite place to study is the Education Building. Being an Education Major there is nothing more relaxing than being surrounded by such beautiful displays of the history of education. It makes the studying and stressing become less of a task and more of a step to reach my goal.

Allison Garrison
Allison Garrison

Junior from Fayetteville, NC

Major: Business Administration- Marketing

Minor: Recreation, Sports Leadership & Tourism Management

Fall 2014 Involvement

Ducks Unlimited, Pi Sigma Epsilon, Overflow Campus Organization

One Goal to Achieve before graduation

I hope I have the opportunity to have an internship with Disney before I graduate.

Mandy Kluttz
Mandy KlutTz

Junior from Concord, NC

Major: Communication Studies

Minor: Psychology

Fall 2014 Involvement

Concerts Marketing Coordinator for Association for Campus Entertainment, Sigma Alpha Omega Christian Sorority and Her Campus Magazine

Advice to incoming freshmen

My advice to the Class of 2018, is to not give up. As cliche as that sounds that first week is killer. It's the first time living without your parents and the emotions are overwhelming, but as long as you put yourself out there and don't give up you can make your freshman year great!

Liz Matherly
Liz Matherly

Sophomore from Reidsville, NC

Major: Elementary Education

Minor: Psychology

advice for the class of 2018

Don't be afraid to get help when you need it. We have so many resources on campus to aid you. Get to know your teachers and go to their office hours, they want to help you.

Dwayne Morgan
DWAYNE MORGAN

Sophomore from Chadbourn, NC

Major: English Education

FALL 2014 INVOLVEMENT

Orientation Leader, Black Student Union, and CAIC Office Assistant

FAVORITE UNCW TRADITION

I enjoy dancing and I enjoy watching people dance even more, so Hawk It Out is my number one tradition. Going with a group of friends to watch the dancers was a lot of fun.

Constance Rice
Constance Rice

Sophomore from Lumberton, NC

Major: Elementary Education

Fall 2014 Involvement

Cru Leadership Servant Team, UNCW Pep Band and UNCW Wind Symphony

advice for the class of 2018

My advice to the Class of 2018 would be to not give up! During your freshman year you will face many challenges. At times it will be hard to adjust to everything, but just remember no matter what you face you are not alone! There are hundreds of other freshman going through the same things, so don't be afraid to ask for help or advice from others! Enjoy your time here and get involved with at least one organization or club because it will fly by!

Tim Robinson
Tim robinson

Sophomore from Franklin, NC

Major: Accounting and Communication Studies

Fall 2014 Involvement

President of Chess Club, Host Team member at Overflow and Overflow Small Group

one goal to achieve before graduation

Join Beta Alpha Psi and make a difference at the university

Jamiel Shipman
Jamiel Shipman

Sophomore from Charlotte, NC

Major: Psychology

Minor: Leadership Studies

Fall 2014 Involvement

Leadership with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

advice for the class of 2018

The best piece of advice that I have for the Class of 2018 would be to not be afraid to get involved. For them to get out there and take advantage of all the organizations we have on campus.

 

Meet the 2015 Link Leadership Council

Megan Baker
Megan Baker

Junior from Fuquay-Varina, NC

Major: Biology

Minor: Psychology

Fall 2014 Involvement

Cru for Campus Crusades and the second selection journal committee member for Honors college

FAVORITE uncw TRADITION

I love Teal Tuesdays!

Betsy Dohrer
Betsy Dohrer

Sophomore from Apex, NC

Major: Business Entrepreneurship & Business Development

Fall 2014 Involvement

Overflow Campus Organization and Intramural Sports

favorite place to study

My favorite place to study is the beach or anywhere outside, UNCW offers a lot of benches and tables outside!

Casey Dimon
Casey Dimon

Junior from Holly Springs, NC

Major: Business Marketing and Operations Management

Fall 2014 Involvement

Guest Activities Coordinator at the Holiday Inn Resort

favorite uncw tradition

I love Beach Blast! It's such a great way to unwind and hang out with old and new friends right before school starts.

Kamoria Morgan
Kamoria Morgan

Junior from Crawfordsville, IN

Major: Special Education

Fall 2014 Involvement

Student Worker in the UNCW Office of Admissions

favorite UNCW tradition

My favorite UNCW tradition is the firework presentation during Welcome Week. This is a great opportunity for everyone to come together and make connections, as well as start the year off with a bang...literally!

Cheyenne Parker
Cheyenne Parker

Sophomore from Hope Mills, NC

Major: Elementary Education

Minor: Psychology

Fall 2014 Involvement

Orientation Leader and Desk Receptionist for Honors and International House

favorite uncw tradition

My favorite UNCW tradition is Hawk It Out! It's mind blowing to see how talented all the dancers are and it's the perfect way to spend an evening with your friends.

Seth Penwell
Seth Penwell

Sophomore from Rocky Mount, NC

Major: Political Science and Spanish

favorite place to study

The bridge between the two Fisher buildings because it is mostly quiet and has a great view of the campus.

 


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