News Items from UNC Greensboro

Chancellor Linda P. Brady sat down with Campus Weekly’s editor before Thanksgiving to discuss and answer questions about a variety of important campus topics. Chancellor Brady, you have spoken a number of times this semester about where we are going as a university. You made the metaphor of being “at a crossroads.” Can you tell […]

The successful UNCG 2011 SECC campaign was one to be proud of – despite challenges. Or perhaps because of the challenges. This year, due to budget cutbacks, there were fewer fellow employees – a loss our campus has felt in many ways. “Not only did we lose employees, we haven’t had a raise in a […]

As the Fall 2011 semester draws to a close, UNCG holiday events are in Alumni House, EUC – and seemingly everywhere: Holiday Reception for faculty/staff – Tues, Dec. 6, 4-6 pm in Alumni House. “This holiday season, let us pause and celebrate what it means to be a part of the UNCG family. Making a […]

When Steve Haines, head of the Miles Davis Program in Jazz Studies, approached Dr. Kevin Geraldi two years ago about sharing the stage for a concert, they didn’t know when the timing would be right for a collaboration. It’ll be December 3, 2011. Most everyone knows Tchaikovsky’s ballet “The Nutcracker,” and the suite of dances […]

The Angel Tree Project’s committee members announce this year’s effort: The Angel Tree Project of 2010, sponsored by the Staff Senate Service Committee, was very successful and we were able to help four deserving families with clothing, toys, grocery and drug store gift cards. Their holidays were a little brighter, thanks to the many UNCG […]

The official grand opening ceremony for the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) will be Wednesday, Dec. 7, 2011, at 5:30 p.m. Guest speakers on the dais will include North Carolina Governor Bev Perdue, Sen. Phil Berger, Rep. Harold Brubaker, UNC System President Tom Ross, UNCG Chancellor Dr. Linda Brady, NC A&T Chancellor Dr. […]

U.S. Rep. Brad Miller visited UNCG Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011, to meet with faculty and graduate students involved in UNCG’s GK-12 program, take a brief tour of the new School of Education Building and participate in a panel lecture titled “Money, Money, Money … and Politics: Free Speech vs. Campaign Finance Reform.” Miller, who represents […]

A call for proposals is announced: Lloyd International Honors College and MERGE in the College of Arts and Sciences will offer a year-long academic Think Tank under the auspices of the Honors College. The Think Tank will bring together a faculty team, highly qualified students, and interested community partners to address an important societal issue […]

If you haven’t seen the exhibition “Persona: A Body in Parts” at the Weatherspoon yet, a great time would be Thursday, Dec. 1, 2011, 3:30 – 6:30 p.m. At select times during the exhibition, individuals from UNCG and the community have been a part of one art piece, Kate Gilmore’s “Wall Bearer.” That afternoon is […]

Deadline for applications, UNCG Leadership Institute Thursday, Dec. 1 Talk, “The Drama of Identity,” Kathryn Shields Thursday, Dec. 1, 5:30 p.m., Weatherspoon Women’s basketball vs. Chattanooga Thursday, Dec. 1, 7 p.m. Talk, Teddy Newton, on his Pixar film “Day & Night” Thursday, Dec. 1, 7:30 p.m., SOE Building 114. Board of Trustees meeting Friday, Dec. […]