News Items from UNC Greensboro

Last Thursday, the first day of exams, Chancellor Linda P. Brady sat down with CW editor Mike Harris for a brief interview. As she answered questions, she reflected a bit on the past year – and looked toward the next. Chancellor, at the general faculty meeting yesterday you spoke of our people at UNCG and […]

After more than a year and a half of academic program review on campus, recommendations of the Academic Program Review process have been presented to the faculty and to the chancellor. Provost David H. Perrin presented the results April 25 at the General Faculty Meeting. 44 programs are identified as “exceptionally strong in quality and/or […]

Dr. John Deal, dean of the School of Music, Theatre and Dance, will step down when he completes his term this summer. A professor of music education, he will return to the Music faculty in Fall 2013. His term comes to a close June 30, 2012. Deal became dean of the UNCG School of Music […]

The identification of a number of programs as exceptionally strong in quality and/or function provides an important starting point as we refine the identity and sense of purpose for our university, the chancellor says. She spoke to the faculty gathered at last week’s General Faculty Meeting. (Later in the meeting, Provost Perrin presented his report […]

The “green” movement has caused some farmers to rethink the way in which they produce food and consumers to purchase more local foods. 
The UNCG Teaching Fellows hosted a forum on local foods last Wednesday in EUC as part of NC Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Steve Troxler’s Speakers Series on Local and Sustainable Agriculture. […]

The ribbon cutting for nearby Morehead Park – which stretches from Lee Street north to Spring Garden Street along Freeman Mill Road – will be held Sunday, May 6, from 2-5 p.m. Morehead Park is a quarter-mile section of the Downtown Greenway, which when completed will encircle the downtown area. An anonymous donor to the […]

Bonnie McElveen-Hunter is founder and CEO of Pace Communications, current chairman of the American Red Cross and former U.S. ambassador to Finland. On Friday, she will be UNCG’s commencement speaker. Spring commencement takes place Friday, May 4, 2012, 10 a.m., in the Greensboro Coliseum. More than 2,500 students will graduate. “I am deeply honored to […]

Hello: Larissa R. Cooper, Student Health Services; Rhonda Goins, Housekeeping; Anthony Gregory, Parking Services; Timothy Stewart, Public Safety & Police; Jerome Isley, Waste Reduction & Recycling; Alta McNair, Social Work; Steven Chapman, Housing & Residence Life; Christina Hussami, Community Practices; Lonnie Watford II, Housekeeping; Erik Schuman, Postal Service Good-bye: Alfred Lowe, Housing & Residence Life; […]

Board of Trustees meeting Thursday, May 3, 8:30 a.m., Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House Spring commencement Friday, May 4, 10 a.m. Softball vs. Chattanooga (dh) Saturday, May 5, 1 p.m. Softball vs. Chattanooga Sunday, May 6, 1 p.m. Art tour, Noon @ the ‘Spoon Tuesday, May 8, Weatherspoon Baseball vs. Duke Wednesday, May 9, 6 […]