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Much of UNCG’s use of cloud computing technology has been limited to specific uses and specialized programs. However, ITS is now seeking to deploy this technology on a broader scale. ITS encourages its UNCG client community to visit the SuperLab in Jackson Library, where it is launch a pilot program, and provide feedback. A story […]

Think Tank Thursday, Bruce Kirchoff/Lisa Woods Thursday, Jan. 31, 6:30 p.m., Weatherspoon Men’s basketball vs. Elon Thursday, Jan. 31, 7 p.m. Concert, Carolina Trumpet Fest, Jazz Ensemble/Charles Lazarus Friday, Feb. 1, 7:30 p.m., Recital Hall, Music Building Women’s basketball vs. Western Carolina Saturday, Feb. 2, 2 p.m. Trumpet Spectacular, Mark Clodfelter/Kevin Finamore/Triangle Youth Brass Band […]

Hello: Kernsie M. Shrewsbury, Housekeeping Good-bye: Karen Christensen, Accounting Services; Dawna Perdue, Public Safety and Police; Irving S. Young, Housekeeping; Vonetta McClellan, Student Health Services; Melanie Humpal, English; Patricia Joyner, Undergraduate Studies; Elisabeth Thomas, Postal Service; Dale Koutsky, Parking Services; Judy Allison, Kinesiology; George Rivera, Housekeeping

At the next Campus Conversations talk, Dr. Watson Jennison (History) will share insights on his newly published book “Cultivating Race: The Expansion of Slavery in Georgia 1750-1860.” The talk will be Wednesday, Feb. 6, at noon in the Faculty Center.

On Dec. 19, 2012, Chancellor Brady approved a name change for the Office of Research Compliance. The office will now operate as the Office of Research Integrity. The new name better reflects the university’s responsibility to ensure integrity and ethical practice in the conduct of research. While the basic functions of the office will remain […]

In addition to a new name, a new director, and a new assistant director, the Office of Research Integrity (formerly Compliance) boasts one more major change. As of Feb.18, 2013, the office will accept IRB applications online. To facilitate the transition to the online IRBIS system, the ORI will not accept new IRB applications between […]

Bowl painting dates for the Spring 2013 Empty Bowls program are this week through Feb. 1. Empty Bowls is a UNCG tradition that raises funds and awareness for hunger and homelessness. The concept for this program is simple – participants paint ceramic bowls early in spring, the bowls are fired, and in April the bowls […]

The current MRC Art Exhibition is “A Tribute to Joanne Smart Drane and Bettye Tillman,” by Rachel Propst ’12. It will be on display in the Multicultural Resource Center, EUC, through March 7, 2013. An artist talk and reception will be Wednesday, Feb. 6, 3-4 p.m. “My work is meant to be a tribute to […]

Wellness Wednesdays are at noon-1:30 p.m. through April 3 in the EUC Commons. UNCG employees can receive wellness information and screenings from Student Health Services Nursing Staff. This includes free blood pressure checks and blood sugar screenings. If you want to have a blood glucose (sugar) screening, it’s best not to eat or drink beforehand, […]