News Items from UNC Greensboro

Mary Anderson (Dean of Students,Office) and Liz Jodoin (Counseling and Testing Center) presented at the NASPA Mental Health Conference held in Atlanta on Jan. 20, 2012. Anderson and Jodoin co-presented with Melanie Northrup from Harvard University’s Health Services on “Making the Case for Case Management.” The presentation focused on the creation and implementation of a […]

Over the past week, the UNCG men’s basketball team kept up their winning ways – in dramatic fashion. After last Thursday’s win in overtime against Appalachian State, a few dozen students ran onto the court to celebrate with the players. On Saturday, during an overtime win against Western Carolina, the student section was the loudest […]

This time, the Staff Stars Reception was moved to the Alumni House’s Virginia Dare Room. “It got too big,” said Betty Betts, chair of the Staff Senate’s Staff Recognition Committee. “We have more nominees this time.” Twenty, to be exact, added Cynthia Louis, also a member of the committee. Seven tables were filled with honorees […]

They grabbed two conference victories on the road, at College of Charleston and The Citadel. How would they fare at the start of their five-game homestand? The Spartan men’s team took two more over the past week. Junior Derrell Armstrong came off the bench to score 29 and lead the team to a win over […]

The Around the House series at Alumni House resumed this week, as Mike Byers, associate vice chancellor for campus enterprises, discussed the UNCG/Glenwood Mixed-Use Village. Additional Around the House events for Spring 2012 are: Tuesday, Feb. 7: Dr. David L. Wyrick, associate professor of public health education, School of Health and Human Sciences, “My Playbook: […]

The third annual Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts Conference will be held in EUC on Saturday, Feb. 11, to help artists learn how to make a living from their passion. Organized by UNCG’s North Carolina Entrepreneurship Center, the conference will provide opportunities for emerging and mid-career artists to learn from successful professionals about how to […]

Dr. Christine Murray (Counseling and Educational Development), whose research specialty is domestic violence, has taken on an ambitious, acronymous project. Along with her regular teaching responsibilities, she is now director of the Program to Advance Community Responses to Violence Against Women (PACRVAW) at UNCG’s Center for Women’s Health and Wellness (CWHW). Murray began the strategic […]

Local artist C.P. Logan is exhibiting her work in Jackson Library through May 2012. The exhibit, titled “The World Is My Garden,” is installed in the first floor Reading Room. Logan has exhibited in many countries, including in Hungary where she had a one-woman show at Budapest’s National Opera House. Twice featured in Artist’s Magazine, […]

A public forum will discuss independent voters, African Americans and the 2012 presidential election at 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, in Sullivan Science Building, Room 200. Key questions include: Who are America’s independents? Will another “black and independent alliance” form this year as it did in 2008? And which candidates will best advance opening up […]

The Student Employment Office is accepting nominations for the 2012 “Student Employee of the Year” award. UNCG faculty and staff are invited to nominate a student employee who has exhibited exemplary service. Nomination deadline is Friday, Feb. 17, 2012. One undergraduate and one graduate student nomination may be submitted by each supervising faculty or staff […]