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UNCW’s search for new chief diversity officer begins

During the Student Government Association’s (SGA) meeting on March 30, it was announced that the search for UNC Wilmington’s (UNCW) permanent chief diversity officer has begun.  

Donyell Roseboro, a professor in the Department of Instructional Technology, Foundations and Secondary Education, is currently serving as the interim chief diversity officer for the office of institutional diversity and inclusion.  


The reality for North Carolina migrant farmworkers

For the past week, UNCW’s College of Health & Human Services has been hosting “Food for Thought: Farmworkers & the Intersection of Equity, Health & Food.” This series of presentations, panels and film screenings have been in recognition of National Farmworkers Awareness Week, a week of action for students and community members to honor farmworkers’ important contributions and to raise awareness about the issues they face.  


WILMINGTON, North Carolina – UNCW women’s soccer (5-2-0) has clinched at least a share of the CAA South Division title and a spot in the upcoming CAA Tournament.

Due to the limited schedule brought on by Covid-19, the Colonial Athletic Association split up into two divisions, north and south, consisting of five teams each for this year’s soccer season.

The COVID-19 pandemic and the draconian curbs required to stop the spread have wrought economic devastation across the U.S. on a scale not witnessed since the Great Depression. Many businesses have been ordered shuttered, with some having to close permanently. Tens of millions of Americans are at risk of losing their homes as eviction moratoriums are expected to expire later this year as the outbreak wanes. Massive stimulus packages have helped ease the pain but will further increase the U.S. national debt, triggering impacts that will be felt for years to come. But amidst this turmoil lies opportunity. There has never been a better time to implement long-overdue economic reforms that will pay dividends long after the virus is gone.

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UNCW administrators prepare to roll out third round of the COVID-19 virus relief

The Following the federal government’s passing of a third coronavirus (COVID-19) stimulus bill earlier this month, UNC Wilmington (UNCW) received $30 million in emergency funding. 

Half of this funding will be distributed to eligible students in the form of direct grants, while the other half of the money will go towards administrative costs associated with the pandemic, such as money for testing, vaccinations and personal protective equipment.
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