Greg Stone and two other scientists spend a week together 50 feet underwater in a habitat off the coast of Key Largo, the largest and northernmost island of the Florida Keys. These marine biologists develop new techniques for diagnosing and curing ailing coral reefs. By National Geographic Television & Film. At this time, the undersea research station was managed by the UNCW Center for Marine Science.
This classic program introduces viewers to the work of Dr. Sylvia Earle and six other marine scientists supported by the National Geographic Society, including the Florida aquanauts on Aquarius, the underwater research station managed by the UNCW Center for Marine Science for NOAA.
Expert divers set out to investigate, for the first time, all 13 National Marine Sanctuaries and the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands National Marine Monument. Produced by UNC-TV, this video includes diving expeditions in North Carolina.
The WWAY Television News Archive is a unique audiovisual chronicle of a period of tremendous growth and change for Southeast North Carolina. As one of only two stations in the region for much of its history, WWAY informed viewers from Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Onslow, Pender, Robeson, and Sampson Counties – as well as those of Horry County, South Carolina – of the events of the day.
CoastLine is a variety interview, arts, and occasional news show, hosted by Rachel Lewis Hilburn. Interviewees include UNCW faculty and scientists. CoastLine airs on WHQR 91.3 and is available on podcast platforms.
Published annually, the catalogue has course descriptions and graduation requirements. It has historically included biographies of presidents and chancellors, building descriptions, calendars, campus traditions, maps, photographs, student fees, and tuition rates.
UNCW data, information, reports and metrics including Common Data Sets (CDS), the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), and the Delaware Study of Instructional Costs and Productivity.
NCPedia biographical article (written in 1994) about James Buren Sidbury, M.D., physician and pioneer in the establishment of pediatrics as a medical specialty. Born in Holly Shelter, N.C. Founder of Babies Hospital near Wrightsville Beach, Dr. Sidbury also established its research center, which later grew to include a marine biomedical research lab acquired by UNC Wilmington in 1971.