Engage SENC is a partnership between United Way of the Cape Fear Area, Quality Enhancement for Nonprofit Organizations, the College of Health and Human Services at UNCW, and SEAHEC. Made in collaboration with the Urban Institute, Engage SENC is an easy-to-use and customizable website for communities in Southeastern North Carolina. The website combines public and private sector information on a wide range of issues which impact the quality of life of people living in Southeastern North Carolina, such as housing, health and education.
Seahawk DOCKS is UNCW's portion of a shared database called North Carolina Digital Online Collection of Knowledge and Scholarship (NC DOCKS). Designed by UNC Greensboro and shared with UNCG, East Carolina University, Appalachian State University, and UNC Pembroke, NC DOCKS is designed to hold digital, online copies of faculty articles, white papers, and other scholarly works, in addition to student theses and dissertations. This type of database is often referred to as an "Institutional Repository," or IR.
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.
The Burnett-Eaton Museum Foundation is located in the heart of the Wilmington, NC Historic District. The museum welcomes an inclusive learning environment and is charged with the responsibility for preserving history. It is through exhibits, archives, publications, events, lectures, artifacts, and antiquities by which stories are told. The museum collaborates with its community and other organizations to promote understanding and appreciation of diverse heritage in New Hanover County and abroad.
Website for the UNCW College of Health and Human Services, founded in 2008, which combines three professional schools: the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences, the School of Nursing, and the School of Social Work.