From serving the homeless in Washington, D.C., to providing care for abandoned and abused dogs in Tennessee, UNCG students are using their spring break as a way to give back. Approximately 75 UNCG students are participating in four different service trips in cities across the Southeast March 6-12. The Office of Leadership and Service Learning’s […]
Where can you find Pepsi, Target, Volvo and Hanes Brands all together in one room? UNCG’s annual Spring Career Fair. On Wednesday, March 2, nearly 100 employers will arrive at UNCG’s Elliott University Center to recruit students and alumni of all majors for full-time and part-time jobs and internships. The event, which takes place from […]
UNCG Assistant Professor of Sociology Dr. Arielle Kuperberg recently co-authored a study called “The Date’s Not Dead After All: New Findings on Hooking Up, Dating and Romantic Relationships in College,” and NBC News shared some of her findings. Read the story here.
UNCG’s Department of Interior Architecture is now the only interior architecture/interior design program in the state – and one of just a handful in the nation – to offer an accelerated, five-year bachelor of fine arts (BFA) to master of fine arts (MFA) option. The new program allows third-year undergraduate students in interior architecture to […]
Dr. Linda Stine, director of UNCG’s Applied Archeology Laboratory, is using ground-penetrating radar to uncover Revolutionary War mysteries in the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park. UNC-TV’s Feb. 18 episode of “North Carolina Science Now” included a six-minute segment on the project, featuring interviews with Stine and her husband, UNCG professor Dr. Roy Stine, as well […]
Longer days, warmer weather and the “ping” of a bat heard across campus can only mean one thing. Baseball season is officially upon us. Having won three of its first four games – including a big win on the road against High Point University in the Feb. 19 season opener – the UNCG baseball team […]
Dr. Jim Clotfelter, Vice Chancellor for Information Technology Services, will retire effective July 31, 2016. Clotfelter joined UNCG as Professor of Political Science in 1977 and was appointed Vice Chancellor in 1991. In addition to his responsibilities in those roles, he was responsible for university planning and public partnerships, including the passage of the […]