NCICU Purchasing Administrators met at Davidson College on April 18, 2018. President Hope Williams and Cameron Jackson of Wingate University provided insights on Payback procurement project status.
NCICU Annual Meeting 2018
NCICU Vice President Tom West with Rep. Hugh Blackwell; Wake Forest University President Nathan Hatch convenes the Executive Committee of the Board; Dan Gerlach, President of the Golden Leaf Foundation talks about rural NC challenges and opportunities; US Sen. Richard Burr discusses global issues; NCICU staff members Gwenn Hobbs, Vicki Humphreys, Sandy Briscar, Colleen Kinser and Rebecca Leggett keep the meetings going smoothly.
Hope Williams is recognized for 25 years as President of NCICU.
In December 2017, Library directors, Library Heads of Reference, Financial Aid directors and Public Information Officers gathered at Guilford College for individual Administrative Group meetings. A media panel featuring Bob Buckley, Anchor/Senior Reporter, WGHP-TV, John Newsom, Higher Education reporter, Greensboro News & Record, Jane Stancill, Higher Education reporter, The News & Observer, and Jeff Tiberii, Capitol Bureau Chief, WUNC, North Carolina Public Radio, shared insights with the Public Information Officers.
150 students from 17 NCICU campuses participated in the State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research & Creativity Symposium Nov. 4, 2017 at Campbell University. Pictured here are John Payne from Pfeiffer University, Mae Lewis from Duke University, and Rasheda Boachie from Campbell University.
CFOs from campuses around the state met in Greensboro on Nov. 1 & 2, 2017, and heard presentations by EIAA President Jeff Wolf (L) and SEM Works President Jim Black (R).
More than 150 campus employees participated in the fall Administrative Group meetings at Guilford College on October 17, 2017.
34 High School Counselors participated in NCICU’s annual Counselor’s Tour June 18 through 23, 2017, visiting 13 Eastern campuses.
On May 31, 2017, NCICU thanked legislators for 45 years of support of NC students who attend private, non-profit colleges and universities in the state. #NorthCarolinaNeedBasedScholarship.