News Items from UNC Greensboro

The fall 2011 General Faculty Meeting and Faculty Convocation was held Sept. 21. In his address, Provost David H. Perrin first addressed academic program review. “We’ve made lots of changes to the process over the past months,” he said. He listed them on his PowerPoint slides – the full PowerPoint presentation can be viewed online. […]

Beginning Oct. 3, web pages on campus will look different. You’ll start seeing a new header and footer on many of the pages – and they’ll eventually be on all of the pages. The home page will have a new look, as part of this 2011 UNCG web site upgrade. The current version of the […]

Are you good with names? The creative sort? Perhaps you simply know a good name when it fits. Our university unveiled the new costumed mascot in the fall of 2010. Now, submissions are needed to “officially” name the mascot. The winner will win the Ultimate UNCG prize pack, filled with exclusive UNCG gear, provided by […]

The State Employees Combined Campaign is the official giving campaign for state employees. Dr. John Locke, chair of this year’s campus campaign, is the longtime solicitor for Music. He reported last week that more than half of the Music department has already completed and turned in their envelopes, in the first days of the campaign. […]

Our campus is known for its equity, diversity and inclusion. These are central to UNCG’s mission and its goals, Chancellor Linda P. Brady explains. She spoke on this topic at the August Trustees Retreat and at the Sept. 7 Faculty Senate meeting. She had announced at the State of the Campus address that our university, […]

The Chinese Opera Orchestra of Shanghai will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, in EUC Auditorium. Founded in 2010, the orchestra aims to preserve and share the complexity and beauty of Chinese folk music and opera, making it accessible to the citizens of the world. The concert is part of the UNCG Performing Arts […]

This fall’s Vital Grace Project will present a roster of seasoned dance artists, including Duane Cyrus, who will return to the stage as a performer, accompanied by special guests Ursula Kendall-Johnson, an Atlanta-based diva and co-founder of 2Kids and A Dream Productions; Robin Gee, associate professor of dance at UNCG and director of Sugarfoote Productions; […]

Our campus holds public service in the highest regard. UNCG incorporates service-learning into our curriculum, encourages alumni to continue their community outreach after graduation and reveres our state’s most dedicated citizens. To further our tradition of honoring North Carolinians with exemplary public service records, UNCG seeks your help in identifying the 2011-12 nominees for the […]

The new, six-story Jefferson Suites residence hall on Spring Garden Street was dedicated by Chancellor Linda P. Brady and others on Friday. Living-Learning Communities (LLCs), where students with common goals and interests can live, learn and study together, are a major initiative for Brady. Students in the Sustainable Entrepreneurship LLC in Jefferson Suites enjoy common […]