News Items from UNC Greensboro

For many years, UNCG’s School of Art had envisioned a downtown art space where students could collaborate, engage with the public and experiment outside of campus. This summer, that dream officially became a reality. And this fall, the new art space – known as Greensboro Project Space (GPS) – is transforming the student experience and […]

Dr. Kelly Burke has spent the last 27 years creating memorable learning experiences for music students at UNCG. Now, she’s bringing that ingenuity to her new role as vice provost for graduate education. “I teach creativity. I teach risk taking. My goal is to never have a repeatable event,” she said. “I give other people […]

Thursday, Nov. 3, is GEAR UP (Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs) Day at UNCG, when the Student Success Center, Enrollment Management and Student Support Services host seniors from at-risk high schools on UNCG’s campus, to prepare them for the college environment. Presenters from Admissions, Financial Aid, and the Career Center will share […]

The Faculty Senate will meet today (Nov. 2, 2016) at 3 p.m. in the Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House. Chair Anne Wallace and Provost Dana Dunn will provide remarks. There will be continued discussion of “How the Senate Does its Work” as well as “Prepare for Chancellor visit February 1, 2017,” led by Wallace and […]

UNCG’s North Carolina Network for Safe Communities (NCNSC) has partnered with John Jay College and the High Point Police Department (HPPD) in the recently launched National Intimate Partner Violence Intervention Initiative (NIPVII), a program which, in June, received a $1.6 million grant from the Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW). The grant […]

On Saturday, Nov. 5, dig into Public Archaeology Day at the David Caldwell Historic Park. The event, which is free and open to the public, features fossil casts, ground penetrating radar demonstrations, replicas of Greek and Roman artifacts, kids’ activities and posters by UNCG archaeology faculty showing their work in Greece, Syria, Turkey, Africa, Peru […]

UNCG Volleyball earned a victory over the ETSU Buccaneers on Saturday evening inside Fleming Gymnasium, with a spirited crowd on hand. UNCG improved to 8 wins, 3 losses in the Southern Conference. ETSU entered the match with the top record in the SoCon with two weeks remaining in the regular season. ETSU, still in first […]