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Offshore wind energy forum brings to light new job opportunities

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video With it looking likely that North Carolina will not get project soccer a major question for the state remains how do we produce more jobs? The answer to that question could be blowing in the wind. A public forum on offshore wind energy was held Wednesday night at UNCW. Full story...
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Offshore wind forum tonight

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Is energy and money blowing in the wind along our coast? That's the topic of discussion at an offshore wind forum tonight at UNCW. Full story...
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Maggie Will named assistant for UNCW golf

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Whiteville native Maggie Will used to be one of the top golf pros on the LPGA Tour. She won three LPGA Tour events. She's no longer playing on the tour. Instead, Maggie Will has decided to help the UNCW women's golf program. Full story...
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Duke defeats UNCW in soccer in Durham

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video UNC Wilmington had more shots than Duke, but the Blue Devils had more goals. Duke beat UNCW 4-1 on Tuesday night. Click play video in order to see the action from Durham. The video will be posted before midnight. Full story...
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UNCW releases report into alert system failure during shooting near campus

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A shooting near UNCW back in July posed a threat to students when the gunman ran through campus, but a campus safety alert system failed to notify students for hours. Today campus police finally released a report about what went wrong. Full story...
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National power Tennessee added to UNCW swimming & diving schedule

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The Tennessee Volunteers have been added to the UNCW swimming & diving schedule. In fact the Volunteers will be coming to the Port City later this month. Full story...
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Hanover Hall renovations at UNCW are complete, perfect nest for Seahawk volleyball

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video Renovations to Hanover Hall on the campus of UNC Wilmington are complete. Hanover Hall is home to the Seahawk women's volleyball team. The Seahawks hosted Coastal Carolina on Tuesday night. Full story...
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UNCW creates position to focus on community partnerships

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The University of North Carolina Wilmington has hired Jennifer B. Harris to fill a new position of Assistant to the Chancellor for Community Partnerships. She will join the university Monday, Sept. 19. Full story...
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Sports memorabilia exhibit opens at UNCW

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A collection primarily focused on memorabilia from college and professional football and basketball is on display at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Full story...
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UNCW students come together to honor 9/11 victims

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Students honored local first responders and those who served on September 11. The main attraction was the human formation of the twin towers surrounded by a pentagon. Thousands of students participated, and each held a name of one of the victims of 9/11. Full story...
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Former UNCW AD Mehrtens lands new job

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Former UNCW Athletics Director Kelly Mehrtens has a new job. She has joined the staff at the University of Maryland as deputy athletics director for internal operations. Full story...
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Judge orders negotiations between UNCW, professor

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Professor Mike Adams is suing the University of North Carolina Wilmington because he claims it discriminated against him and didn't give him tenure. But before the suit moves on, a senior US District Court Judge is sending the two sides to mediation. Full story...
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UNCW loses lead and soccer game to Campbell

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video Everything was going UNCW's way on Thursday night in the Seahawks home opener until the Hawks lost the lead. The Seahawks are now 0-2 after just two games this year. Full story...
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Seahawks release complete hoops slate

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Year number two of the Buzz Peterson era is not too far away. The complete basketball schedule for the men's basketball team at UNCW is now set. Full story...
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UNCW campus curfew lifted, campus to re-open at 2:00 p.m.

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The UNCW campus continues to assess damage and restore services after Hurricane Irene. The campus curfew will be lifted and students may leave the residence halls at 12 noon. The campus will reopen at 2 p.m., with services available in Randall Library, Fisher Student Center, Fisher University Union and Wagoner Dining Hall. Campus Dining will provide food services for students on campus. Full story...
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