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Dr. Colleen Fairbanks (Teacher Education and Higher Education) received new funding from UNC School of the Arts for the project “Student Personnel Program in Higher Education (SPAHE) at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (2016-2017).” She received funding from Greensboro College for the project “Student Personnel Program in Higher Education (SPAHE) at […]

Spartan Service Day Saturday, Aug. 27, 9 a.m. Women’s Soccer vs. Wake Forest Sunday, Aug. 28, 4 p.m. Faculty Senate meeting Wednesday, Aug. 31, 3 p.m. 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 […]

Anthony (Tony) DeCasper, Professor Emeritus of Developmental Psychology at UNCG, died on July 4. He joined the faculty of UNCG in the mid-1970s, and retired 2012. His scientific career is marked by his ground-breaking research demonstrating how prenatal and neonatal auditory perceptual experiences contribute to the development of human cognitive abilities. He devised a research […]

Earlier this summer, UNCG’s Wellness Center and Campus Recreation merged to create the Department of Recreation & Wellness. UNCG Wellness, which provides education on sexual health, mental health, sexual violence and relationships, alcohol and other drugs, nutrition and body image, is now housed in the Kaplan Center. “By bringing recreation and wellness together, we can […]

The University Libraries has partnered with UNC Chapel Hill’s Odum Institute to archive and disseminate research data through NC DOCKS. This partnership offers the following advantages over other archiving options: no cost to UNCG faculty integration with NC DOCKS redundant, geographically distributed back ups long term storage of your data ability to control the degree […]

The Weatherspoon Art Museum announces a new education opportunity: “Teens Behind-the-Scenes” is a six-week program where high school teens discover the history of Weatherspoon Art Museum; explore museum careers; and learn about the interpretation of art objects. Based on WAM’s earlier Teen Art Guides program, Teens Behind-the-Scenes distills the museum experience into a single semester, […]

The class of 2020 received a warm welcome to campus at The Chancellor’s New Student Convocation on Sunday, where they learned campus traditions and received timely advice as they begin their journey at UNCG. Intermingling sage counsel with a sense of humor, Eloise Hassel, professor in The Bryan School of Business and Economics, shared strategies for success […]

Next week is GOWeek at UNCG’s new Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness, and the campus community is abuzz. The Kaplan Center officially opened its doors on Aug. 1 and is now open to all students enrolled for the fall semester, but Monday marks the start of grand opening week – known on social media as #GOWeek2016. […]