Wingate students put on an opera every fall, but this year they're producing a real treat: the world premiere of Urban Legend, an opera written by music professor David Brooks. Tickets are on sale now for the Nov. 2 and 3 performances in the Batte Center.
Nearly two dozen students at Forest Hills and Monroe high schools are getting a sneak peek at what it takes to become a pharmacist, thanks to a new mentoring program that targets health-science classes. The teens got a glimpse of their future selves Saturday during a White Coat Ceremony at Wingate University’s Levine College of Health Sciences.
Two area teens earned music scholarships to Wingate on Saturday via the University's second annual piano competition. Awards and cash prizes were also given to winners in the middle school category.
Wingate sophomores looking to live out the University’s “Faith, Knowledge, Service” motto via a domestic travel program will have a chance this spring to tackle a problem that affects 1 in 8 Americans — food insecurity. W’Engage classes will travel to New Orleans and to western North Carolina to learn and serve.
Middle and high school students will tickle the ivories Saturday at Wingate University, for a chance at scholarships and cash prizes.
Wingate's first cohort of occupational therapy students will begin the doctoral program in August 2019. Applications are being accepted now. Interviews are underway.
Assistant professor Debbi Brock teamed with student Nik Martin this summer to research B Corps and to develop a website to help social entrepreneurship faculty all over the world.
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Wingate University is mourning the loss of long-time chemistry professor Michael Gibson, who retired this summer and passed away Tuesday.
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The Bulldog family is growing. Come out this weekend to celebrate Wingate.
“Dark Money,” a Sundance-award-winning documentary that examines the shell game of campaign finance, will be shown Tuesday at Wingate University.
The enemy: hunger. The goal: eradication. The plan: partner with people on campus, in the community and at the local supermarket to get food to those most in need. That’s the short version of Wingate’s involvement with Food Lion Feeds, a fall-semester campaign that will kick off this month.