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Dr. Cerise Glenn (Communication Studies) published a co-authored book chapter “Utilizing exploratory qualitative data collection in small organizations: Consulting for the Multi-Cultural Community Connections (MCC)” in “Cases and exercises in organization development and change.”

An earthquake centered near Mineral, Virginia, Aug. 23, before 2 p.m. was felt by many on the UNCG campus. In the hour afterward, no damage was reported. CW asked how the Cone Building of the Weatherspoon Art Museum fared. Some employees in that building, but not all, felt it. “Our security desk in the atrium […]

“It is my pleasure this morning to acknowledge the incredible work of our faculty and staff,” Chancellor Linda P. Brady said at the beginning of the Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards ceremony Aug. 17. She spoke of the commitment the honored individuals – and all faculty and staff – show every day. “These efforts will […]

You are invited to be a part of the 2011-12 Friends of the UNCG Libraries book discussions. The first is scheduled for Sept. 26. This is their 10th year of holding these faculty-led events. The discussions have been drawing a growing number of participants from UNCG staff and faculty. Registration is now open: Monday, Sept. […]

If a storm hits campus and an adverse weather announcement is made, details will be available on the Triad’s four television stations: WFMY-TV (News 2), WGHP-TV (FOX 8), WXII-TV (News Channel 12) and News 14 Carolina. Area radio stations, including WFDD-FM and WUNC-FM, also will be contacted. The primary information outlets will be the campus […]

Some may know the committee as the ones distributing ice pops last week, as well as other random acts of kindness. Its origins was as a focus group, says Stacy Kosciak, Staff Senate chair. She was speaking of a committee developed last year that compiled info from a staff survey. More than 300 individuals had […]

Twenty-four top-notch German undergraduates have been visiting UNCG this month through the Fulbright Summer Institute. You may have seen UNCG’s YouTube welcome specifically for the students. Steve Flynn, director of the Fulbright Summer Institute, looks on the visit as door to future exchanges with Germany and its universities. “We’re sort of paying it forward,” Flynn […]

In an effort to create a culture of care, the Dean of Students Office invites and encourages you to attend a workshop series specifically designed for faculty and staff. Visit http://deanofstudents.uncg.edu/ to register to attend. For additional information, contact the Dean of Students Office at 4-5514. UNCG Cares Sept. 16 2 – 4 p.m. Bryan, […]

The chancellor announces that nominations for these awards are being accepted through Sept. 16, 2011. The form is online. TO: Faculty, Staff, Student Leadership, and Alumni Association FROM: Linda P. Brady DATE: August 8, 2011 RE: Nominations for 2011-2012 Alumni Teaching Excellence and Board of Governors Awards To recognize outstanding teaching and demonstrate our commitment […]