UNCW in the News

July 15-19

Former UNCW standout wins first professional tennis title
WECT-TV6
Former UNCW standout Chris Cooprider nailed down his first professional title last weekend when he teamed up with Duke star Henrique Cunha to win the Turkey F27 Futures doubles championship in Istanbul, Turkey.

Area commercial leasing shows additional gains in Q2
Greater Wilmington Business Journal
Carolina Beach, midtown and the University of North Carolina Wilmington areas also posted retail lease gains.

Climate change bus rolls into Wrightsville Beach
Lumina News
University of North Carolina Wilmington professor Larry Cahoon addressed the crowd, discussing his recent research into the cost that climate change-related infrastructure damage will have to taxpayers.

Marine Camp for Kids
eHow
The University of North Carolina at Wilmington offers a Marine Quest program each summer for interested campers.

Biggert-Waters under heavy fire
Lumina News
In a presentation to the town by Spencer Rogers, a coastal engineer who serves on the faculty of the University of North Carolina Wilmington, some residents could see their annual insurance payments skyrocket.

UNCW alum wins first professional tennis title
Port City Daily
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UNCW Deputy AD announces retirement plans
WECT-TV6
UNCW's Deputy Director of Athletics, Pat Howey, announced Tuesday plans to retire at the end of next month.

Deputy AD Howey Announces Retirement Plans
Beach Carolina Magazine
Deputy Director of Athletics Pat Howey will retire at the end of next month following 30 years of exemplary service to the UNCW Department of Athletics.

Former UNCW standout wins first professional tennis title
WECT-TV6
Former UNCW standout Chris Cooprider nailed down his first professional title last weekend when he teamed up with Duke star Henrique Cunha to win.

Seventh annual softball tournament to benefit Mike Foucht UNCW Endowment...
Port City Daily
All proceeds from the event go to the Mike Foucht UNCW Endowment Fund, which was set up in 2007 to benefit a current UNCW baseball player.

More than just a pretty picture: conservation and narrative in the Dzanga Bai
Scientific American (blog)
Carolyn Jost Robinson is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her research focuses on the importance of human and wildlife behavioral ecology and adaptation in coupled human-natural systems.

UNCW students, community members work to rebuild oyster reefs
Triangle - News14.com
Thursday, community members, UNC Wilmington students and kids from summer camps helped rebuild oyster reefs and plant grass along the intracoastal waterway.

Introducing Taylor Gaither
Kitchen Scoop
About the same time I was considering looking for an assistant, a bright, well-spoken young woman who is a current student at UNC Wilmington contacted me about an intern position.

Committee members tour UNCW sports facilities; listen to concerns

WECT-TV6
Some members of the UNCW Board of Trustees received a first-hand look at the shape of UNCW's sports facilities Thursday.

NABC selects UNCW rising senior to honors court
WECT-TV6
Rising senior Shane Reybold of UNCW has been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Honors Court after turning in an excellent academic year in the classroom.

Bonifay Enjoys Life As Baseball Manager
UNCWsports.com
During his baseball career at UNCW, Josh Bonifay was known as a gritty, competitive second baseman/outfielder with an in-depth knowledge of America’s favorite pastime. Today, he’s putting that experience to good use as the first-year manager of the Greenville (Tenn.) Astros of the Appalachian League.


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