Two additional “memory gathering” events have been finalized as part of the effort by UNCG museum studies graduate students to collect and preserve memories of life in Greensboro’s Cone mill villages. The upcoming “memory gathering” events will be held: • Monday, April 5, 5:30-7:30 p.m., East White Oak Recreation Center, 1801 10th St. • Sunday, […]
Entrepreneurial opportunities are increasing among aging populations. The university’s Gerontology Program invites you to attend, sponsor, exhibit or advertise at the 5th annual one-day summit Wednesday, April 14, in Cone Ballroom, EUC.
Dr. Jenny Etnier is an associate professor of kinesiology. Before coming to UNCG six years ago, she was an assistant professor at Arizona State and Wake Forest. She’s a soccer player, or at least she used to be. “This is the first year I’ve taken off,” she says. She will play in a Memorial Day […]
School of Education town hall meeting, regarding dean search Curry Building Auditorium, Wednesday, March 31, 3:30 p.m Baseball vs. NC A&T NewBridge Bank Park, Wednesday, March 31, 6 p.m. Softball vs. Elon (doubleheader) Softball Stadium, Saturday, April 3, 1 p.m. Reception, for Skip Capone, who is taking position at UNC Asheville Virginia Dare Room, Alumni […]
UNCG and the Chilean Ministry of Education had been interested in offering some of their students something more. The Chilean ministry wanted its English teachers to be able to study the language, to absorb the culture and bring it back to their school children. UNCG wanted the same. “We need a new model for teaching […]
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