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Call for Applicants: Undergraduate Creative-Activity and Scholarship Award Program

CAS is seeking undergraduate applicants seeking to go beyond the classroom experience and engage in one-on-one academic activities with faculty in their disciplines. Applications are due by March 1. (more...)

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Call for Applicants: Visiting Artist and Scholar Program

CAS is seeking applicants in the natural and social sciences for the Fall 2019 Visiting Artist and Scholar Program. Applications are due by March 1. (more...)

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UNCW Ornithologist Raymond Danner Receives $234,479 Grant to Study Wintering Habits of Coastal Sparrows

UNCW assistant professor Raymond Danner is leading a team studying the wintering habits of two species of sparrows, with an eye on helping the N.C. Wildlife Commission enhance conservation efforts. (more...)

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UNCW Students, Alumni, Faculty and Staff Nominated for Wilmington Theater Awards

Once again, UNCW's faculty, staff, students, and alumni shine as nominees in the 8th annual StarNews Media Wilmington Theater Awards. (more...)

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UNCW Researchers Participate in International Marine Mammal Project

UNCW researchers are exploring ocean waters off the coast of North and South Carolina in an effort to analyze protection options for marine mammals. (more...)

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UNCW Ranked 8th in Nation for Online Bachelor's Programs

The University of North Carolina Wilmington has been ranked 8th in the nation on the U.S. News & World Report list of "2019 Best Online Bachelor's Programs." (more...)

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2019 Cahill Award Recipients Announced

Several CAS faculty are recipients of 2019 Cahill Awards. (more...)

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UNCW College of Arts and Sciences Establishes Visiting Artist and Scholar Program

UNCW will welcome the first visiting faculty in the newly established Visiting Artist and Scholar Program for spring 2019. (more...)

CAS Events

Nov. - March

UNCW Theatre 2018-19 Season

Jan. 17-Feb. 23

Gene A. Felice II: Solo exhibition

Feb. 13

Conversation and Book Signing w/ Jaki Shelton Green

Feb. 14

"Human Museum" w/ Jaki Shelton Green

Feb. 18

Karen Branan - "The Family Tree: Getting Honest About White Southern History"

Feb. 19

CAS Student Open Forum, 10 a.m. - Warwick Ballroom

Feb. 20

CareerFest

Feb. 21

Dean's Lecture Series in the Humanities
"Prehistories of Bias in Computing" - Marie Hicks

Feb. 21

HawkTalks Career Networking Series for Liberal Arts Majors

Feb. 27

CAS Student Open Forum, 5 p.m. - Warwick Ballroom

Feb. 27

"1968/69: From Tet to Triumph, from Memphis to the Moon," 6 p.m., Randall Auditorium

Feb. 28-April 5

Reflections on Colorism: Art as an Alternative Mirror

March 20

2nd Annual Social Justice Symposium
"The Opioid Epidemic: What Do We Know & Where Do We Go?"

March 28

Sherman Emerging Scholar - Spring Echo - Matt Shannon (MA UNCW '09) Emory and Henry College

March 25-29

COM Studies Week

March 30

Seahawk Preview Day

April 4

Buckner Lecture - Dept. of English
Eric Carl Link - "Understanding Science Fiction"

April 10

Jude Davies - "Modern Princesses: Celebrity and the Ideal, from Princess Diana to Meghan Markle"

April 11-May 11

Spring Senior Exhibition

April 11-12

Visions Film Festival and Conference

May 29-31

UNCW Integrated Marketing Communication Conference

June 22-28

UNCW STEAM Team Program

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