News Items from UNC Greensboro

The United States makes up just 5 percent of the world’s population, yet has 25 percent of the world’s prisoners. And it’s costing the nation close to $70 billion a year. In response to these growing concerns, UNCG and 18 other universities in the United States, along with the Parsons School of Design campus in […]

As a junior in high school, Tyra Callaway began her college search with one non-negotiable requirement in mind: undergraduate research. She didn’t just want to work in a lab as a junior or senior. She wanted real-world, hands-on research experience as soon as she stepped foot on campus. Which is exactly why she ended up […]

Junior nutrition major Levi Saavedra has always had a passion for volunteer work. So when he learned about the impact of hunger on the Greensboro community, he knew he had to help. “In nutrition classes, we learn a lot about hunger and malnutrition,” Saavedra said. “There weren’t many student groups on campus helping, so I […]

Fall 2015 marked a time of new beginnings across UNCG, and the Teaching Innovations Office (TIO) within the University Teaching and Learning Commons (UTLC) is no exception. In August, the TIO launched an updated New Faculty Orientation, a Fall Teaching and Learning Colloquium, and several new workshops. This spring, the TIO is working with key […]

The next EUC blood drive s scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 3, from 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. in EUC’s Cone Ballroom. Appointments are available for both Whole Blood collection and Double Red Blood Cell collection (automated). Please indicate when you sign up for your appointment if you are faculty or staff to make the process go more […]

Ray Carney, 2015 UNCG SECC Campaign Chair, wrote this message for the UNCG faculty and staff: I wanted to share some information I have received on the wrap up of this year’s SECC campaign.  After looking at our numbers I am very proud of what UNCG has done in contributing to this year’s campaign. Our […]