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UNCW Names Scatton-Tessier and Boersma Associate Deans in the College of Arts and Sciences

UNCW recently named Michelle Scatton-Tessier and Jess Boersma associate deans in the College of Arts and Sciences. (more...)

UNCW Students Participate in Engineering Design Day

The NC State Engineering 2+2 Transfer Program hosted its 5th annual Engineering Design Day and Showcase on November 20. (more...)


UNCW's Ned Irvine Receives SECAC Award for Outstanding Exhibition and Catalogue

Ned Irvine, associate professor of art, is the recipient of the 2017 Southeastern College Art Conference Award for Outstanding Exhibition and Catalogue of Historical Materials. (more...)

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UNCW Data Science Program Hosts Mixer for Students and Business Leaders

Students pursuing UNCW’s new accelerated master’s degree in data science and members of the local and regional business communities came together at a mixer on October 4. (more...)

UNCW Professor Awarded $1.5 Million NSF Grant to Research the Future of Coastal Communities

Dylan McNamara, associate professor and chair of the UNCW Department of Physics and Physical Oceanography, has been awarded a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate ways public policies will affect both economic decisions and the coastal environment. (more...)

Monteleone Recognized as a Governor's Conservation Hero for Work with Marine Pollution

UNCW staff member Bonnie Monteleone ’11M is out to save our oceans from being awash in trash one piece at a time. (more...)

UNCW Main Stage Set for a Stellar 2017-18 Season

The UNCW Department of Theatre recently garnered applause from OnStage Blog “for doing tremendous things in theatre that might not be known on a national level.” Its slate of upcoming shows for the 2017-18 season is sure to earn the applause of area theatregoers. (more...)

UNCW’s William McLellan Nominated for 2018 Indianapolis Prize

UNCW research associate William McLellan is a nominee for the 2018 Indianapolis Prize, the world’s leading award for animal conservation. (more...)

CAS Online Master of History Program Earns National Accolades

UNCW’s online Master of History program is enjoying well-deserved success, being ranked 1st nationally by the websites BestColleges.com and GradSource and 10th on a list compiled by the web-based College Affordability Guide. (more...)


CAS Faculty Recognized for Excellence at Fall Meeting

UNCW recognized 12 faculty members with awards for excellence in teaching, service and scholarship at the fall faculty meeting Sept. 5, 2017. (more...)

CAS Launches Three New Degree Programs

The College of Arts and Sciences launched three new degree programs this semester: a B.A. in Digital Arts, a M.S. in Data Science and a Ph.D. in Psychology. (more...)

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CAS Events

Jan 11-Feb 23

Shannon Bourne: American Stories Exhibit (Opening Reception January 11)

Feb 19

Expanded Cinema Performance by Roger Beebe

Feb 21

Amy Kirschke
"The Privilege of Dying: African American Soldiers, Art and World War I"

Feb 22

"Social Class, Life and Higher Education" sponsored by WSRC

Feb 23-24

Exploring Opera: Celebrating Caterina Jarboro, Wilmington's First Operatic Diva

Feb 27

"Body Chatter" - sponsored by the WSRC

March 1-28

Herb Jackson: Veronica's Veils Exhibit (Opening Reception March 1)

March 21

Dylan McNamara
"Environmental Econophysics: A New Field with Tools to Predict the Future of Coastal Communities"

April 5-6

Visions 8 Film Festival & Conference

April 11

J. Ben Taylor
"Google & Democracy: Politics and the Power of the Internet"

May 5

CAS Commencement