Wingate senior marketing major Kiera Young recently fulfilled a childhood dream, showing her clothing designs on a fashion runway.
Helping more local students graduate from high school starts with ensuring that they become good readers by third grade. Wingate education students and local teachers armed themselves with new approaches to literacy during the Wingates United Summer Reading Academy.
Tony Griffey is more than just a world-renowned tenor and Grammy winner. He's also a Wingate alum. He will perform in McGee Theatre on Sept. 13.
Occupational therapy program gets underway with brand-new lab and 36 eager doctoral candidates.
New Bulldogs arrived on Friday to find cheery move-in crews eager to unload their packed-to-the-gills cars. Students returning for the fall semester will find a host of changes on campus.
Paul Baxley, executive coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, will address incoming Wingate students Sunday at Convocation.
Shoppers often pay 30 to 60 percent more for produce that is labeled USDA-certified organic. A Wingate research team is hard at work this summer determining just how much of two popular pesticides wind up in conventionally grown vegetables.
Alumna Kylee Russell and sophomore Brianna Rochford are passionate about their platforms as they head into the Miss North Carolina Contest. The finals will air on ABC 11 on June 22.
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Taylor Fischer has developed low-cost, reusable prosthetic models that he hopes will help students at Wingate and across the nation master common procedures without busting their departments’ budgets.
Senior Emily Barbee is out to identify and collect a sample of every blooming plant around the campus lake. The chance to do research with Dr. Christy Carter will make her a better candidate for grad school.
Wingate students can earn a master of arts in sport management in just three semesters, from wherever they are. The new online program will retain its hands-on focus and offer concentrations in sport marketing and in athletic administration and compliance.
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From guiding Army attack helicopters into enemy territory to filming landscapes for The Hunger Games, Buddy Knotts’ career as a pilot has always been interesting. His technical skill and passion for flying were recognized last week with a special award from the FAA.