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  • Posted: September 19, 2014

    Fifty years ago, Southeastern North Carolina’s modern era of surfing began on the peripheries of local beach culture.  Since then, surfing has evolved into a complex sport and lifestyle, enticing a growing number of individuals each year to pick up a board and hit the waves.  Throughout this time, UNCW has remained an increasingly popular destination for students seeking to further their education while having access to a quality surfing environment.  This exhibit highlights the golden anniversary of surfing in our region through the photography and experiences of UNCW students and alumni.

    For more information on the exhibit, opening reception and panel discussion, or participating in the online component of the exhibit, please visit the “Shooting the Curl” website.

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  • Posted: September 16, 2014

    Honors College will host its annual Family Weekend Tea on Friday, Sept. 26 from 4 - 6 pm on Randall Library's second floor.*

     

    *This event will cause noise in an area usually designated for quiet study. Apologies for the inconvenience.

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  • Posted: September 12, 2014

    Graduate students attending this workshop will learn to conduct more efficient research through the use of search techniques and research databases. Students working on a major research project that requires a literature review, such as a thesis or dissertation, will find this workshop particularly helpful.

     

     

     

     

     

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  • Posted: September 08, 2014
    Randall Library Quick Look Up iPad Kiosks

    Three "Quick Look Up" computers on our first floor have been replaced with more contemporary iPad kiosks!

    The iPad kiosks can be used to search the library's catalog, browse our website, or reserve one of our many group study rooms.

    The new kiosks can be found in the following locations:

    • In front of Randall Library classroom RL1022
    • In front of our saltwater aquarium - convenient to the Learning Commons Helpdesk
    • At our Circulation Desk

    iPad kiosks can also be found on the first floor near our Technology Enhanced Collaboration Space (RL1045) and on the second floor at the top of the main staircase.

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  • Posted: September 04, 2014

    A panel discussion sponsored by the Honors College, the Upperman African American Center and the departments of History, Sociology & Criminology, and Public & International Affairs.

    Kimberly Cook, Ph.D. - Sociology and Criminology

    Glen Harris, Ph.D. - History

    Babette Boyd, J.D. - Sociology and Criminology

    Steve Lee - SEACCL

    Deborah Maxwell - New Hanover County NAACP

    Frankie Roberts - LINC, Inc. (Lead Into New Communities)

    Wednesday, Sept. 17, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.

    Randall Library Auditorium (RL2047)

     

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