News Items from UNC Greensboro

Amy Strickland (Nutrition) was honored at the North Carolina Dietetic Association Annual Meeting with the North Carolina Dietetic Association Outstanding Dietetics Educator Award. The award recognizes innovative teaching, mentoring and leadership activities of faculty in accredited dietetics education programs. She is an academic professional assistant professor in the department, as well as director of the […]

Coach Thomas Mozur became the all-time wins leader in UNCG men’s tennis coaching history at the Division One level, with the win over a strong East Carolina team 4-3 last Friday. The UNCG men’s tennis team holds a 9-2 record this season. “This was our best team performance of the year,” said Mozur after the […]

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t52LROeDwHc[/youtube] This is going to be fun. Nothing but fun and good camaraderie. Not sure that John Lepri and Ray Carney have gotten the message. Check this out – and if you happen to see these two fellows with ten gallon hats pacing around the athletic fields, tell them win or lose, it’s all for […]

The free UNCG Faculty vs. Staff Kickball game will be April 4, 2013, at 6 p.m. at UNCG’s Softball Stadium on campus. The charity drive linked to it has already kicked off. Come enjoy the game and camaraderie – and fill the Guilford County Animal Shelter truck. Items needed for the shelter: Towels – paper […]

Looking into summer camp options? Several camps – including a new one for kids with AD/HD – are accepting applications for summer 2013: UNCG Summer Music camp This camp, now in its 31st season, provides music offerings for students in grades 6 through 12 in band, orchestra, chorus and piano. It will be offered two […]

A concert by the UNCG Wind Ensemble will be one of the many free performances offered on the UNCG campus March 20-23 as part of the 2013 College Band Directors National Association conference. Dr. John Locke and Dr. Kevin Geraldi are serving as conference hosts. All of the 11 concerts are in Aycock Auditorium, and […]

More than 60 firefighters contained a 4-alarm structure fire at the Spartan Village construction site on Lee Street March 14. The fire, reported just after 9 p.m., destroyed an unoccupied apartment building under construction. No injuries were reported. The vast majority of UNCG students were away from campus for Spring Break. Phase 1 of Spartan […]

UNCG serves thousands of children each year, through a wide range of programs. This is part of UNCG’s long heritage of service and community engagement. Responding to what came to light in 2012 about a pattern of abuse at Penn State, Chancellor Linda P. Brady determined that UNCG should devote a major effort to identifying […]

The 2013 Faculty and Staff Excellence Awards Ceremony will be held Friday, April 5, at 9 a.m. in the EUC Auditorium. As our university celebrates the achievements and outstanding service of our colleagues, each recipient will be recognized by Chancellor Linda P. Brady and highlighted in short films created by UNCG students. University Service Awards […]

The 2013 Harriet Elliott Lecture Series, titled “Delivering Quality Health Care in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities,” will be held Tuesday, April 2, 2013. The keynote address, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Elliott University Center Auditorium, will be by Dr. Jonathan Skinner, the James O. Freeman Presidential Professor of Economics at Dartmouth College. […]