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Few cities match the religious history and architectural splendor of Istanbul. For 13 UNCG Religious Studies and History students, few trips will ever match the one they took last semester. The undergraduate and graduate students joined Dr. Asa Eger, assistant professor of history, and Dr. Derek Krueger, Joe Rosenthal Excellence Professor of Religious Studies and […]

Over the last 33 years, more than 50,000 young musicians have arrived on the UNCG campus during the steamy weeks of July to fine-tune their musical skills. Cellists, oboists, trumpeters, singers, pianists and many others together spend the week playing, practicing and learning. The camp runs in two one-week sessions. This year, some 1,858 students […]

On Tuesday, July 21, JSNN, UNCG and NC A&T officials along with JSNN students launched the NanoBus (also called the STEM Bus). The NanoBus is an after school program that is designed to provide inner city and rural middle school students the opportunity to interact with university students and enjoy safe and informative science demonstrations […]

You are invited to attend UNCG’s Learning Factory Summer Camp Maker Faire on July 24. The UNCG School of Education’s TQP grant, Transforming Teaching Through Technology, in partnership with Guilford County Schools and Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools, is sponsoring The Learning Factory Summer Camp for select students from those districts in grades 1 – […]

Staff volunteers are needed to assist the UNCG Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling during the fall semester student move-in. Volunteers will be posted at different locations near dorms across campus on August 12, 13 and 14 to assist students with the proper disposal of packing materials. Volunteers are needed to work 2-hour shifts to […]