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When Kattya Castellón first joined UNCG Undergraduate Admissions in 2005, UNCG’s Latino student population was just above 3 percent, and Castellón was the only Spanish-speaker in the office. Eleven years later, the Latino student population has more than doubled, and Castellón is now spearheading the Latino Recruitment Initiative (LRI), a new, concerted effort to support […]

UNCG Bryan School of Business and Economics alumna Becky Levin ’79 was recently recognized as one of the top 30 leaders across the globe by the 2016 AACSB Influential Leaders Challenge. Launched in 2015 by AACSB International (AACSB) to honor notable alumni from its accredited business schools, the AACSB Influential Leaders Challenge recognizes business leaders […]

In 1941, UNCG’s Gregory Ivy established a university teaching art gallery based on the belief that students should be exposed to the art of their time – the art that speaks to the issues of the day. Seventy-five years later, UNCG’s Weatherspoon Art Museum has transformed into a fully professional museum serving more than 37,000 […]

Dr. Henry Samuel Levinson, professor of religious studies, died in 2010 at age 61 from complications stemming from multiple sclerosis. But his spirit lives on. He was honored this past weekend as the Woven Works Park on the Downtown Greenway was officially opened. It is one of the cornerstones of the Greenway. Levinson was a […]

Come celebrate the Weatherspoon Art Museum’s 75th Anniversary on Saturday, Oct 1. The party begins at 8 p.m. in the Weatherspoon. The Decade by Decade Dance Party will feature music by Jessica Mashburn and Evan Olsen, elevated savory and sweet hors d’oeuvres by 1618 Concepts, full bar and Crafted Cocktails by Knob Creek and Effen […]

UNCG’s School of Nursing website has a brand new look. Launched over the Labor Day weekend, the redesigned website offers quick and easy access to essential information and provides a more comprehensive understanding of the School of Nursing and the nursing profession. “Our website was long overdue for a makeover,” said School of Nursing Dean […]