News Items from UNC Greensboro

All faculty and staff are invited to join Spartan Athletics for the women’s basketball game on Monday, Feb. 6, at 7 p.m. in Fleming Gym for Faculty/Staff appreciation night. Faculty and staff members are invited to attend a pregame social on the 2nd floor of the HHP where they will enjoy light refreshments and drinks […]

Led by UNCG faculty, Art for Lunch is a series of gallery talks that closely explores works of art within the context of history, politics, sociology and science. Talks will be in the Weatherspoon Art Museum from noon to 12:30 p.m. Feb. 8 • Dr. Benjamin Filene, Associate Professor, Director of Public History, talks about […]

The 17-campus University of North Carolina has announced a three-year, $1-million grant from the North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation to help UNC campuses better meet the needs of students who learn differently. This grant provides funds to match an earlier grant from the Oak Foundation of Geneva, Switzerland, announced last May. Additional matching funds have been […]

Through Feb. 3, 2012, take part in the Empty Bowls service project. The project will be held from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m in EUC Commons Tables and EUC Azalea (through Thursday) and in EUC Commons Tables and Willow Room (Friday only). What is Empty Bowls? Empty Bowls serves as an educational program about hunger […]

The student performance writing organization Well Versed Xpressionz will host a free poetry slam. The “grand slam” will be in EUC Auditorium on Feb. 4, 2012, at 7:30 p.m. “Every member of WVX is a UNCG student,” says Brandon Evans, a senior Media Studies major with a minor in business. “We are a mix of […]

The women’s basketball team will host their annual pink Breast Cancer Awareness game on Feb. 4, 2012, at 2 p.m. in conjunction with National Girls and Women in Sports Day. The game against Western Carolina will feature a silent auction and $5 Fight Like A Spartan T-shirts. Items for the silent auction will include fitness […]

Three students from UNCG’s doctoral program in clinical psychology (Alex Thibeault, Anjali Gowda and Arianna Hoet) have developed a project idea for the Institute for Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation. It focused on increasing North Carolina’s high school graduation rate. Their LinkedUp application was selected as a top-5 finalist for the college category. According to […]

Dr. Jim Settle (Student Affairs) has been appointed to the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice’s editorial board. This is Settle’s third four-year term as an editorial board member. The Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice publishes relevant and well-respected research and practice making a difference in student affairs. Settle is associate vice […]