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In celebration of our quasquicentennial, we present 125 difference-makers from throughout Wingate's storied history: professors, staff members, alumni, presidents, trustees and other members of the Wingate family.
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According to the Cooperative Institutional Research Program, 96 percent of first-year students entering Wingate in 2017 said the University's good academic reputation was important or very important in their decision to attend Wingate.
Sybrina Fulton says she hasn't forgiven George Zimmerman for killing her son, but she's determined to channel her grief into positive action.
Funded in part by NC IDEA, the Leadership & Entrepreneurship Series will feature three speakers this fall and more during the spring semester.
Most in-person events are still on, including Homecoming Festival, Bulldog Club golf tournament and all varsity athletics games.
Diagnosed with anxiety at age 13, Mia Love will use storytelling and creative graphics to give the audience a peek inside her mind and to help shatter the stigma surrounding mental health.
The Hinson Art Museum is featuring the work of Brian Rutenberg with a monthlong exhibit. The museum is open weekdays. Admission is free.
Students got a better understanding of how the events of 9/11 changed the world as they tuned in to a virtual Lyceum late last week, just prior to the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attack.
Biology and pharmacy professors break down how each vaccine works and answer questions in advance of upcoming shot clinics.
Mask up, mix, mingle and cheer on the Bulldogs during Family Weekend!
Faculty members began to research the need for more public health professionals in 2019. Two years later, the programs have welcomed their first cohorts.
Members of the Society of 1896 help Wingate students become the next generation of difference-makers.
Our people set us apart from our peer institutions and help make the traditions and values that are unique to Wingate University. Through interviews with faculty, staff and students, you'll start to understand the phrase "The Wingate Way." To view more videos, click here.
A Golden Door Scholar and Political Science major, Lilian found her voice and confidence to be an advocate in the community.
A transfer graduate student studying occupational therapy, McKenzie brought a world of experience from the deaf community to her studies.
The Burnsville Learning Center in rural Anson County needed help discovering and cataloging who was buried in a Civil War-era cemetery. Wingate history professor, Dr. David Mitchell, proposed that Julia Lasure could tackle it as an internship.