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There’s something new with this year’s SECC, Dr. Rob Cannon (Biology) said. He is UNCG’s 2013 SECC chair. If you prefer donating online, you may do that. It’s called ePledge. If you prefer to donate via the traditional methods, such as check or payroll deduction, those options are available as well. Just see the form […]

UNCG’s 2013 Conference on African American Culture and Experience (CACE) Oct. 3-4 will focus on the theme “The March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom: Fifty Years Later.” Hosted by UNCG’s African American Studies Program, the annual conference will explore the status of the goals laid out during the historic march, covering issues from education […]

Provost David H. Perrin shared enrollment figures and other data – much of it positive – at the 2013 General Faculty Meeting and Convocation. Before his presentation, Chancellor Linda P. Brady spoke about the faculty’s work and how it is valued beyond the campus borders. “Not a day goes by I don’t hear about the […]

For the third straight year, SAT scores for new undergraduates at UNCG have risen. The SAT average this year is 1041. Last year it was 1033. It also rose over the previous two years. The average ACT score rose as well, from 22 to 23. The average high school GPA rose too. The percentage of […]

As part of UNCG’s continued commitment to community engagement and mutually beneficial partnerships, the Institute for Community and Economic Engagement (ICEE) is launching the UNCG Referral Desk. It’s a new service aimed at helping individuals and organizations within or outside of UNCG connect to the university. The Referral Desk will serve as a portal and […]

The 2013 SECC is under way. Historically, UNCG has one of the top participation rates in the system. When you give to the SECC, consider snapping a picture – with you holding the “UNCG Gives” sign (download a small version or larger version here). Or when a group in your office has given, snap a […]

The next ‘Faculty Center Takeover’ will be Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013, 4-6 p.m. And dog lovers are in for a treat. This special event will be co-hosted by very visible community oriented organizations: Office of Leadership and Service Learning and the Weatherspoon Art Museum. The theme is: “How can I incorporate visual learning and/or service […]

Dr. Jan Rychtář’s book, “Game-Theoretical Models in Biology,” was published in March 2013 and recently received a very positive review from Martin A. Nowak, Professor of Mathematics and Biology at Harvard University. The review was published in the August 2013 volume of the prestigious journal, Science. Covering the major topics of evolutionary game theory, “Game-Theoretical […]