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UNCG campus community members have a convenient opportunity for shredding.  On Friday, June 12, at 9 a.m.-1 p.m. you’ll be able to shred paper documents with sensitive/confidential information for free in front of Foust Building on Administration Drive. The mobile shredding truck that will be stationed there is designed to process large amounts of paper […]

Fourteen banner options were floated. Two will fly. Look for new UNCG banners to grace the campus’ lamp posts soon. The current banners, which have withstood the elements for several years, were in need of replacement. Staff in Undergraduate Admissions and the Division of Continual Learning created a new set of banners. The two divisions […]

Habitat for Humanity build (info: freundd@uncg.edu) Wednesday, June 3, 7:45 a.m. First summer session final examinations Wednesday, June 17 Second summer session classes begin Thursday, June 18 Theatre for young people, ‘The Kid Who Loved Monsters’ Saturday, June 20, 10 a.m., Brown Bldg Theatre

Some readers may have arrived at this post via an incorrect link in the CW email. To view the video clip of the Chancellor-elect Welcome Reception, CLICK HERE.   UNCG’s School of Education recently received accreditation for a period of six years, from 2015-21 under the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) standards. […]

Learn how you can lose weight without sacrificing the foods you love at the UNCG Weight Watchers @ Work Open House Monday, June 1, from noon – 1 p.m. in Bryan 113. Join in with your co-workers for more support, and change your relationship with food, for good. The Weight Watchers at Work program consists […]

Dr. Karen Wixson (School of Education) received new funding from Educational Testing Services (ETS) for the project “NAEP Program Assessment and Transition.” Wixson is dean of the School of Education.

Dr. Dianne Welsh (Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality and Tourism) received a competitive renewal from The Coleman Foundation for “Coleman Entrepreneurship Fellows.”  This fellowship program expands cross-disciplinary entrepreneurship education across campus by adding or revising classes and doing projects with classes that already have been established.

Dr. Arthur Anastopoulos (Human Development and Family Studies) received a large, new grant from the DOED Institute of Education Sciences (IES) for the project “Improving the Educational and Social Emotional Functioning of College Students with ADHD.” The number of young adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) pursuing college degrees has risen dramatically in the past 30 […]