A thrilling new chapter was written for a storied baseball program in June. A relatively young Wingate team rode strong pitching and timely hitting to claim the NCAA Division II title, the program's first national championship. Also in this issue, read about the steady rise of Wingate alum Kim Eagle to the top governmental post in Gaston County, and learn what effect our faculty's focus on mentoring has on Wingate students.
The Bulldogs took the NCAA Division II crown in June with lights-out pitching, timely hitting and trust in one another.
As Gaston's first female county manager, Kim Scism Eagle '93 has efficiently guided the county through the coronavirus pandemic.
At Wingate, faculty members are there to push, cajole, nudge and work with students so they reach their fullest potential.
Gabrielle Valles '16 felt more than prepared for her Ph.D. program at the University of Connecticut after working for three years with Dr. Melissa Fox.
Through internship, Julia Lasure brings clarity to lives of those buried in overgrown Anson County cemetery.