An event and opening reception for The Jewel in the Crown: The University of North Carolina Wilmington - A Journey and Legacy
This exhibit illustrates the university's journey from its origins as a two-year college serving World War II veterans to the present day. the exhibit showcases the first students who were enrolled in technical courses such as masonry, drafting, and air-conditioning and refrigeration.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 27th at 5 pm in the Randall Library Auditorium (RL2047) for an opening event and panel discussion followed by a guided tour of the exhibit.
Dorothy Powell Marshall, Wilmington College business faculty member beginning in 1949 and later serving as Director of Admissions and Registrar. She retired as registrar in 1992; Bertha Todd, Former Williston College Librarian, later serving as Hoggard High School Principal; and Ty Rowell, Former UNCW Vice Chancellor for University Advancement
Refreshments will be served.
Exhibit runs August 27th through December 15th in Randall Library Special Collections (RL2042) on the second floor.