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Dr. Kim Sousa-Peoples, director of New Student Transitions & First Year Experience, has been honored by the Division of Enrollment Management with an inaugural Outstanding First Year Student Advocate Award. The Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate Award recognizes and celebrates the efforts and significant contributions of UNCG faculty and staff who provide leadership in creating a […]

With the fall semester coming to a close and a new one soon to begin, the Starfish Outreach Team in the Students First Office would like to remind the campus community of important information about the Starfish early alert and scheduling technology. Starfish Features & Winter Break Schedule –November 29: Last day of Fall 2017 […]

The late Dr. Catherine Ennis was one of three outstanding North Carolina educators to receive the North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research’s (NCABR) Distinguished Teaching Award in STEM Education for 2017. The award recognizes K-12 and higher education educators who have made extraordinary contributions to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education. Dr. Ennis was […]

Come join the fun. Create a hands-on activity for families to enjoy. Stretch the definition of STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) to the limits. We all use “science” everyday. Nearly every discipline can relate: create a nature collage, dance with students, identify different musical tones, create origami creatures, touch a fossil, make flavored water, […]

Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Communications Officer Jeff Shafer invites faculty and staff to forums about the brand strategy work: As you may know, one of the “Giant Steps” we are taking as a university is to boldly tell our story, step into the spotlight, and work to ensure that the conversation about the best […]

If there’s one person who knows UNCG’s history, it’s University Archivist Erin Lawrimore. From the days of McIver to the Woman’s College era to the arrival of men in the 1960s and beyond, she’s uncovered some fascinating stories that don’t often get told – student Lucille Pugh’s dedication to getting an education, no matter the […]

UNCG today announced that Cone Health CEO Terry Akin will deliver the keynote address at the university’s Dec. 8 Commencement ceremony at the Greensboro Coliseum. More than 1,500 students are expected to receive degrees at the ceremony. Akin assumed the role of chief executive officer of Cone Health on Oct. 1, 2014. He joined Cone […]

The fall 2017 edition of the UNCG Research Magazine published online today, and now readers can access feature stories, research profiles, image galleries and more via the magazine’s new interactive website: researchmagazine.uncg.edu. This year’s magazine includes: “Buzzworthy” – an exploration of UNCG’s Social Insect Lab and its research on honey bee health “The Harvest at […]