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The impact of UNCG in the world’s biggest and most important performing arts market was on full display this week as UNCG Theatre students traveled to New York City for the 18th annual Industry Showcase. The event is an opportunity for soon-to-be graduates to perform in front of top casting and talent agents – representing […]

The 5th annual UNCG Graduate Research and Creativity Expo: “Scholarship That Matters” will be held on Wednesday, April 5, from noon to 3 p.m. in the Elliott University Center on campus. More than 100 graduate students will present their research at this event, which is sponsored by the UNCG Graduate School in partnership with the Office […]

Winston-Salem architecture firm Walter Robbs recently received the North Carolina State Building Commission Excellence in Design Award for its design of UNCG’s Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness. The award is one of just three awards presented each year at the Annual State Construction Conference. Nominations are reviewed based on a variety of categories – […]

Charlie Patterson passed away on Friday, March 24. He served as vice chancellor for development at UNCG from 1974 to 1984, says Wilson Davis, former director, Office of Information Services at UNCG. “Charlie Patterson provided leadership for UNCG’s first capital campaign, the Prospectus III Campaign, which raised $13.5 million in 1984.” He noted that Patterson’s […]

Excavators broke ground in the Peabody Park recreation area (between the soccer fields and native prairie) and in the adjacent Peabody Park woodland area (near the gated entrance on West Market Street) last week, initiating the first phase of construction of two wetlands on UNCG’s campus. Students, faculty and staff, as well as the members […]

Memories make up who we are as human beings. They create self-identity. They play a critical role in learning in the classroom. And they’re the basis of eyewitness testimony. Yet there’s still so much we don’t know about memory, especially in children. It’s a critical research question that has led Dr. Thanujeni Pathman and a […]

A postseason tournament run all the way to the championship game. A Southern Conference Coach of the Year Award. The most wins in a decade. Trina Patterson’s first year as head coach of UNCG’s women’s basketball team has been quite a ride. The Spartans’ exciting postseason run came to an end on Sunday as the women’s […]

Tony Phillips, UNCG’s Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB) coordinator of facilities, has been central in fulfilling UNCG’s goal of providing minority-owned businesses equal access and opportunity to participate in the university’s construction program. His work is part of UNCG’s culture of inclusiveness. Phillips received the “Agency/Public Owner Advocate Award” from the North Carolina Department of Administration […]