News Items from UNC Greensboro

University officials from Huaqiao University in China visited campus last week as part of the Duke Center for International Development’s “Management and Innovation in Higher Education” program. The group met with Associate Vice Chancellor for Economic Engagement Bryan Toney and community partners last Tuesday to learn more about economic engagement at UNCG. Tuesday’s session included […]

UNCG’s McIver and Holderness/Weaver awards honor exemplary public service. The highest honors bestowed by UNCG are designed to recognize exemplary public service. The Charles Duncan McIver Award was established to recognize North Carolinians who have rendered distinguished service to our state or nation.  The Adelaide F. Holderness/ H. Michael Weaver Award is designed to recognize […]

Men’s Basketball Season Tickets for UNCG Faculty/Staff members are now on sale. Faculty/Staff members can purchase Lower Level season tickets for as low as $99 per ticket. Home games include the ACC’s Virginia and Wake Forest., North Carolina A&T State, and the entire Southern Conference. The full schedule will be released shortly. The UNCG men’s […]

Learn about “Connecting To and Documenting Community-Engaged Scholarship at UNCG.” The sessions will be: Sept. 15, 2016, noon-1 pm, 2603 MHRA Nov. 30, 2016, noon -1 pm, 2603 MHRA UNCG supports community-engaged teaching, research, and service. This brown bag will provide a brief overview of community engagement at UNCG. We will focus on best practices […]

Faculty Senate meeting Wednesday, Aug. 31, 3 p.m., Alumni House Talk, for National Recovery Month, Dr. Michael Washo Thursday, Sept. 1, 6 p.m., Dogwood, EUC Chad Eby Quintet, ‘Miles and Coltrane at 90’ Friday, Sept. 2, 7:30 p.m., The Crown, Carolina Theatre Staff Senate meeting Thursday, Sept. 8, 10 a.m., Moran Commons, Room 109 Collage […]

The national headquarters of Omicron Delta Kappa, a national Leadership Honor Society, has expressed interest in establishing a circle at UNCG. Part of establishing a circle is determining the possible support of current ODK members at the institution. Faculty, staff or graduate students who are a member of ODK and would be interested in being […]

Dr. Terri Shelton (Office of Research and Economic Development) received additional funding from the U.S. Department of Education for the project “Intentional Futures – Learning to Learn.”

Dr. Thomas Matyók (Peace and Conflict Studies) recently presented on “Religious Issues in Civil-Military Interaction” at the U.S. Army Chaplain School’s Train-the-Trainer Religious Advisement Course at Fort Jackson, SC. The focus of the course was on religious advisement at the strategic level. Participants focused on development of programmatic and innovative methodologies of interpretive religious analysis […]