Two-time WU grad – and former employee – aiming to make a difference in her community once she earns her master of public health degree.
Area high school and middle school students are invited to compete for cash and scholarships.
It's a win-win each week as area children and Wingate education majors gather in the Crowder Welcome Center for tutoring. The youngsters get help with their reading, while Wingate students get to practice diagnosing strengths and weaknesses and creating individually-tailored lesson plans.
Completely revamped, the Dickson-Palmer Building is now home to the Crowder Welcome Center, and serves both current students and potential new Bulldog families.
Modernized logos and wordmarks freshen up our favorite Bulldog.
All new students at Wingate are assigned a success coach as part of their support team. Ensuring that they get the help they need to thrive during their first year sets them up for ongoing success.
A representative from Golden Door Scholars will share information about the organization's resources for undocumented students at a Wednesday-evening Lyceum. Some of Wingate's own Golden Door Scholars will share their experiences.
No one knew whether male sheep's fetal-cells could transfer to the mother, a phenomenon known as "microchimerism." "We are the first ones to say, 'Yes they can,'" says Dr. Alison Brown.
Mia Love reenacts scenes from her life to create space for conversations about mental health.
Featuring an all-Wingate-student cast, Behold The Man tells a heartwarming tale of how an octogenarian's art project gone wrong turns into a boon for a Spanish village.
Junior Amna Khan has become Wingate's sixth Rocovich Scholar, which guarantees her admission into the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine.
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.
The Hinson Art Museum is featuring the work of Brian Rutenberg with a monthlong exhibit. The museum is open weekdays. Admission is free.