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Scholar, author, environmental advocate, and chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, James Leutze is the guiding force behind the university's expansion and image change from party school to academic institution.
The former shrimp boat Lady Ellen was refurbished as the new research vessel for the Southeastern Consortium for Underwater Research at the University of North Carolina, Wilmington. The boat now has a decompression chamber and diving bell to assist in diving research.
Dr. William H. Wagoner retired as chancellor of the University of North Carolina-Wilmington on June 30, 1990. In this article, Wagoner reflects upon his twenty-one-year tenure as the first chancellor of the university. Dr. James R. Leutze will become chancellor on July 15, 1990.