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Performers from all three areas of the School of Music, Theatre and Dance will be a part of the evening. The Sept. 10 Collage concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Aycock Auditorium. All proceeds will benefit the School of Music, Theatre & Dance Scholarship Fund. Performances will include: Wind Ensemble Symphony Orchestra University Chorale […]

Summer break may be over, but getting outside during the fall semester is just beginning with UNCG Outdoor Adventures. With more than adventure trips and events there is something for everyone during the Fall 2011 semester. Outdoor Adventure trips are not just for students. The are open to UNCG faculty and staff. In addition, you […]

You complete Spartan Steps? Get 40 points. Get a massage? 10 more. Walk or bike to work? Another 10. Take a free UNCG Personal Wellness Profile? 50 more. There’s a long list of potential activities to lead you to better health, at the HeathyUNCG web page. And there are different tiers of prizes, for all […]

Today (Aug. 31) Lloyd International Honors College will resume its Food for Thought series for 2011-12. This year’s series will continue with the tradition of offering an informal opportunity for discussion among faculty, staff, and students. Faculty and administrators from throughout the university have been invited to lead discussions on topics of interest to them […]

The men’s home opener last Friday was a memorable one. Hakan Ilhan scored a pair of goals as the Spartans secured a 3-2 victory over nationally ranked Duke before 2,064 spectators. See Coach Justin Maullin’s post-game thoughts on the big win. With that win, UNCG jumped into the College Soccer News national poll this week […]

The first Faculty Senate meeting of the 2011-12 year will be Wednesday, Sept. 7, at 3 p.m. in EUC’s Alexander Room. The year’s full schedule can be viewed here. That schedule can also be found, at any time, in the far right column of Campus Weekly. Simply click “Faculty Senate.”

“The purpose of my project is a personal one,” says recent graduate Natalie Abbassi ‘11. “This project is a series of photographic self-portraits exploring who I am, both as an American and as an Iranian. It will be on display in the Multicultural Resource Center through Oct. 11. An art reception will be held Wednesday, […]

An experimental Farmer’s Market was tested in the low-income Warnersville neighborhood. Dr. Marianne LeGreco (Communication Studies) was deeply involved in this project. She reports: “The Farmers Market was a raging success. We had 120 patrons come out on one of the hottest days of the summer at a really awkward time, so we were absolutely […]

UNCG has promoted 40 faculty members for the 2011-12 academic year. “The review for promotion is rigorous,” said Provost David H. Perrin. “These faculty, who have distinguished themselves through outstanding teaching, research and service, are to be congratulated for the confidence bestowed upon them by their colleagues and the administration of UNCG.” Eight faculty members […]

This year’s Ashby Dialogue is titled “Memory at Work: September 11, Ten Years Later.” Dr. David Simpson (University of California, Davis), author of the book “9/11: The Culture of Commemoration,” will give the symposium’s keynote address, “9/11 and the Fate of Strangers,” on Sept. 8, 7-9 p.m., Sullivan Science Building. During the week, two workshop […]