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Ten UNCG alumni and staff were honored at the Triad Business Journal’s 40 Leaders Under Forty ceremony at UNCG’s Elliott University Center on Thursday, Feb. 18. The annual event, sponsored by UNCG’s Bryan School of Business and Economics, honored the Triad’s top 40 professionals under the age of 40 who are helping their employers become […]

Learn about our state’s pottery tradition, as well as the international context. The UNCG Residential Colleges and Dr. Elizabeth Perrill, with support from the UNCG Art Department, are proud to present a series of public lectures and question/answer sessions with national and international leaders in the field of ceramic creation and history. “Attendees will learn […]

In honor of Black History Month, the Google Cultural Institute is showcasing 80 online exhibits from museums and cultural centers across the nation. UNCG was one of only two universities selected by the nonprofit arm of Google to participate in the project. UNCG’s exhibit weaves together photos, documents, handwritten letters and oral interviews to tell […]

Here’s a great opportunity exclusively for UNCG faculty and staff. Kids’ Night Out at Campus Rec is a program designed to provide a fun, safe place for children to learn, explore and play while offering parents a low-cost alternative to traditional supervision services. Kids’ Night Out is open to children ages 5 to 12. Trained […]

Faculty and graduate students often require external funding for research, scholarship, and creative activity. These workshops will explore how to get the most from grant seeking databases, including SPIN, GrantSelect, Grant Advisor Plus, and the Foundation Center. Participants learn to search for possible funding opportunities, practice identifying eligibility, and realize the importance of key words. […]

What once was known as New Student and Spartan Family Programs has a new name: New Student Transitions and First Year Experience. The department moved under Enrollment Management last semester, and with the move came the name change. The department works to: enhance student’s first year student success and retention provide resources and services that […]

The UNCG School of Music, Theatre and Dance (SMTD) and Triad Stage have announced plans to create a formal partnership that will capitalize on the capabilities, connections and histories of both organizations. The partnership will provide new curricular opportunities, enhance SMTD recruitment efforts and build a bridge to professions for students. The partnership will also […]

The Betty Hardin Award for Excellence in Business Affairs is presented each year to a deserving permanent, full-time employee of UNCG’s Business Affairs Division. Anyone may nominate an eligible employee. Consideration is based on: Superior leadership to the Division of Business Affairs A positive and constructive attitude with high standards A sense of humor An […]