UNCW in the News
Feb. 27-March 2
Asheville artist Hoss Haley and his drawing machine come to town
Staff photos by Allison Potter Artist Hoss Haley, right, speaks with professor Dale Cohen as his drawing machine etches a painted steel panel during the opening reception of his show at the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Art Gallery inside the Cultural Arts…
IEEE Computer Society Adds Multimedia to Computer Magazine
Presenting the very latest research, trends, and technological advances, Computer serves as a vital tool in helping computing professionals keep up to date on new developments in the ever-changing field of computing.
...Editor in Chief Ron Vetter, a computer science professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and co-founder of Mobile Education, a...
In North Carolina's Amendment One Fight the Kids Are All Right (VIDEO)
Huffington Post (blog)
This week, the Race heads to Wilmington, where students from UNC-Wilmington and Cape Fear Community College will bring even more attention to the anti-Amendment fight as we conclude phase one of this statewide run. All of this happened because students ...
JUST ADD HOPE: Jazz musicians impact Wilmington, world
WWAY NewsChannel 3
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- Wilmington is full of arts, culture and music. Several internationally renowned jazz musicians were born and raised right here in the Port City.
...fellow musician Joe Chambers said. Chambers is a professor of music at UNC Wilmington, a big fan of the Heath Brothers and also a friend who...
UNC Wilmington Repositions Entrepreneurship Center to Increase Support of Southeastern North Carolina Economic Initiatives
The University of North Carolina Wilmington announced plans to reorganize its Entrepreneurship Center as a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) under the auspices of the UNCW Research Foundation at a press conference today, Tuesday, Feb.
UNC Wilmington Repositions Entrepreneurship Center to Increase Support of Southeastern North Carolina Economic
UNCW Entrepreneur Center making changes to help community
WWAY NewsChannel 3
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- From helping university grads become entrepreneurs to serving business owners in southeastern North Carolina, the UNCW Entrepreneurship Center continues to grow.
UNCW chancellor responds to student criticism of tuition hike
WWAY NewsChannel 3
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The University of North Carolina Board of Governors voted earlier this month to raise tuition next year by more than nine percent. UNCW chancellor responds to student criticism of tuition hike
Firefighters, UNCW students create humorous safety PSAs
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT)- Firefighters with the Wilmington Fire Department and several UNCW students are teaming up to reduce the risks of fires on campus.
“Flash” champs announced at UNCW
Christopher Rhodes of UNCW's Randall Library has posted the winners of this year's flash fiction contest at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.
Hundreds of Millions of Years of Change in Cordilleran Terranes of Western North America
The March GSA TODAY, the Geological Society of America’s open-access science and news magazine, is now online at http://www.geosociety.org/gsatoday/archive/22/3/.
New Hanover News & Notes - Statewide Service Day; smoking-ban event; planning meeting
The local chapter of the Surfrider Foundation, consisting of students from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, will hold an event...
FIRST ON 3: Police report sheds some light on UNCW student's death
WWAY NewsChannel 3
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- There's still no word on what killed a UNCW student last week, but we are learning more about what happened. Bryce Scott was found dead at his apartment in the Reserves at Forest Hills Friday morning.
Entrepreneurship Center forms LLC
Greater Wilmington Business Journal
UNCW's Entrepreneurship Center announced Tuesday that it is reorganizing as a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC). The center, which was created within the Cameron School of Business in January 2010, will be an LLC with non-profit status, said Jonathan ...
UNCW to spin off Entrepreneurship Center
The University of North Carolina Wilmington plans to spin off its Entrepreneurship Center so the center can expand and help support economic development in the area, Chancellor Gary L. Miller said Tuesday. At a time of tight education ...
Businessmen dream of seeing their name in lights
Las Vegas Review - Journal
Buy this photo By Richard Lake A few years ago, this guy, Travis Williams, graduated from Florida State University and went to work. It's a similar story for his buddy, Brian Harge, except he went to the University of North Carolina, Wilmington.
UNCW students make plans to cope with rise in tuition
By Pressley Baird It seems like an odd thing to mention during a conversation about recent tuition hikes at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, where DeFlavio is a senior English major focusing on professional writing.
Mumford crowned Miss Spivey's Corner's Outstanding Teen
Tucker is a Graduate of UNC Wilmington with a degree in Communication Studies and minor in Leadership. For her talent Tucker performed a vocal solo to “Feeling Good!” Throughout the year she will be promoting her platform, Step Up for Soldiers.
Group learns about Montford Point Marines
Rocky Mount Telegram
The program began with the viewing of the documentary The Marines of Montford Point: Fighting for Freedom, narrated by actor Louis Gossett Jr., and produced by University of North Carolina-Wilmington, under leadership of Dr. Melton McLaurin.