News Items from UNC Greensboro

When Dean McRae Banks joined UNCG in 2011, he was awarded the Virginia Batte Phillips Distinguished Professorship. Subsequently a gift specifically targeted for the dean of the Bryan School, the Margaret & Harrell Hill Distinguished Professorship, was completed. Upon the recommendation of Provost Dana Dunn, Chancellor Linda P. Brady has appointed Dr. Banks to the […]

Based on recommendations from Department Head Jeremy Bray, Provost Dana Dunn and Dean McRae Banks, Chancellor Linda P. Brady has appointed Dr. Al Link as the next Virginia Batte Phillips Distinguished Professor. Dean Banks announced the news last week. “Since joining the Bryan School faculty in Economics in 1982, Al has held several administrative appointments, […]

Based on recommendations from Provost Dana Dunn and Dean McRae Banks, Chancellor Linda P. Brady has appointed Dr. Nancy Nelson Hodges as the next Burlington Industries Excellence Professor. Since joining UNCG in 1998, Dr. Hodges has distinguished herself as a teacher, mentor, scholar, and service provider at UNCG and beyond, said Dean Banks as he […]

In a message to Executive Staff members Tuesday, Chancellor Linda P. Brady shared some personnel news: “I wanted to share with you that Paul Mason, associate vice chancellor for marketing and strategic communication, has informed me that he will be leaving the university, effective Feb. 6, as he has accepted an attractive opportunity with another […]

You’ll have a chance to discuss everything from public health to film, to Hip Hop and literature, to systemic inequalities and their solutions. The Conference on African American & African Diasporic Cultures & Experience (CACE 2015) will be held on February 10 and 11 in UNCG’s Elliot University Center. The theme will be “African American […]

The University Libraries want to recognize students’ research skills. They are soliciting submissions for our Undergraduate Research Award. This $500 prize is given in recognition of an outstanding undergraduate research project that best demonstrates the ability to locate, select, and synthesize information from scholarly resources and uses those resources in the creation of an original […]

If you like planets, constellations and the depths of outer space, UNCG has some great viewing opportunities. Register soon – the showings are very popular and fill quickly. There is no charge. All viewings are part of UNCG’s ‘The Globe and the Cosmos’ series. At Three College Observatory, south of Burlington UNCG’s Physics and Astronomy […]