News Items from UNC Greensboro

Faculty, students and staff are invited to participate in two types of hands-on workshops offered by University Libraries and the Office of Sponsored Programs over the next month. Show Me the Money! A Guide to and through Grant-Seeking Databases February 21, 2013 March 1, 2013 Proposal Development – Easy As P.I.E. February 26, 2013 February […]

The Elliott University Center (EUC), will host its third Blood Drive of the school year on Tuesday, Feb. 12, 2013, from 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. in Cone Ballroom. We are offering faculty and staff the opportunity to sign up for times to donate before we promote this to students. Visit https://studentaffairs.uncg.edu/blooddrive/ and sign up. When you […]

Dr. Deborah J. Taub (Teacher Education & Higher Education) will receive the NASPA (National Association of Student Personnel Administrators) Graduate Faculty award. The award is given to a tenured faculty member who is teaching full-time in a graduate preparation program in student affairs. Nominees must be a personal inspiration to graduate students, have served on […]

Dr. Spoma Jovanovic (Communication Studies) will receive the “Outstanding Faculty Member” Award at the 2013 Gulf-South Summit on Service Learning and Civic Engagement through Higher Education. The honor recognizes a faculty member who demonstrates excellence incorporating service-learning pedagogy in the university classroom. The award will be presented at the summit in Louisville on Feb. 28.

Dr. Carol A. Mullen (Educational Leadership & Cultural Foundations) has been named the new Kappa Delta Pi (KDP) Representative to the United Nations (UN), a position that is coordinated through the UN Department of Public Information. In this national-level community-engaged role that began January 2013, Mullen is being immersed in work that foster’s KDP’s strategic […]

Dr. Craig Cashwell (Counseling & Educational Development) will receive the 2013 Outstanding Mentor Award from the Conference of Southern Graduate Schools. The award will be presented in Greenville, SC, on Feb. 23 at the 2013 Conference of Southern Graduate Schools annual meeting. Cashwell received UNCG’s inaugural Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award from The Graduate School in […]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uDPKOA9pY0[/youtube] How does one player score 41 points? See for yourself. Trevis Simpson’s 41 points in Sunday’s win over Chattanooga evened the team to a 4-4 record in the SoCon standings. A big game later this week: hosting Elon on Thursday. Come support the team.