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UNCG has appointed Dr. Bryan Terry as associate provost for enrollment management effective Jan. 1. Since 2009, Terry has served as associate vice president for enrollment management and student academic success at Montclair State University in New Jersey. He was associate vice president for enrollment management at Seton Hall University from 2006-2009. “Dr. Terry has […]

“Random acts of kindness” and “other duties as assigned” were two phrases Chancellor Brady referenced as she spoke at the Fall 2013 UNCG Staff Stars presentation. They both speak to what many UNCG staff members do each day – doing more with less and being kind and supportive as they go about their day. People […]

On a third-floor hallway in Gatewood Studio Arts Building, Stacy Bloom Rexrode sits on a stool in front of her latest creation, carefully looping cranberry-colored yarn though a crochet hook. She’s a second-year MFA student at UNCG, and sculpture is her preferred form of expression. Later this week, Rexrode’s crochet sculpture will be one of […]

Open Enrollment period for health insurance and NCFlex benefits was set to end Oct. 31, 2013. However, due to the significant number of members who have yet to take action regarding their benefits, the plans have extended the deadline to Nov. 15, 2013. Employees will now have until Nov. 15 to take action, or they […]

The UNCG SECC campaign ends in less than two weeks. The campus is not quite halfway to its goal of $235,000. The SECC is the official giving campaign for state employees in North Carolina. It helps support more than 1,000 charitable organizations in our region and state. A regularly updated status of our campus’ giving […]

Raleigh Bailey, founding director of CNNC, has stepped down from his position. Bailey will continue with the center on a part-time basis as director emeritus, continuing work with selected projects and doing field research. Bailey has been a leader in the immigrant/refugee field since 1984, when he become director of the Refugee Programs for Lutheran Family […]

The UNCG Leadership Institute is designed to provide staff, faculty and administrators with a significant, year-long opportunity to increase their leadership skills and accelerate their own leadership performance and readiness. The program is focused on emerging leaders. It will cover important topics in leadership, but also provide participants with the opportunity to engage in action […]

Spartan men’s basketball kicks into gear next week. Their first four games are at home. Does your office or work group want a spirited outing? Group ticket discounts for Spartan men’s basketball are offered now. The minimum is 10 tickets. For any game against a SoCon opponent (except Davidson), tickets are $10 – and that […]

These UNCG School of Education presented its alumni awards in a ceremony Oct. 26, 2013. Early Career Award Ty-Ron M.O. Douglas, PhD Josh Goodman, PhD Distinguished Career Award Richard Huffine Richard Huffine is currently senior director for the U.S. Federal Government Market for ProQuest, one of the premier library content and services companies in the […]