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[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYJcr5FvS7Q[/youtube] Learn about Healthy UNCG, the university’s health and wellness program for employees, and the university’s involvement in the Guilford County Heart and Stroke Walk on May 19. Healthy UNCG Director Stefanie Milroy was interviewed on Triad Today recently about both of these.

Community-engaged teaching and learning is at the heart of the UNCG experience. Recently, English instructor Lauren Shook ’15 PhD was honored by her department with the first Hephzibah Roskelly Pedagogical Innovation Award. The award was initiated this year in honor of the professor emerita and specifically to recognize innovation in first-year writing courses. Shook has […]

The spring of edition of UNCG Research Magazine – the university’s semiannual publication that explores some of the most impactful scholarship across campus – is now available online. The magazine’s feature stories cover plant growth experiments on the International Space Station, the local impact of the Center for Community-Engaged Design and a 25-year effort at […]

UNCG Auditorium was named “Aycock Auditorium” until being renamed in 2016. This week, an exhibition opens inside UNCG Auditorium that explores the topic of commemoration and the legacy of Charles Brantley Aycock, North Carolina’s governor from 1901 to 1905. The permanent exhibition is “Etched in Stone? Governor Charles Aycock and the Power of Commemoration.” It […]

Now, you can buy UNCG gear at a brand new “pop up” shop in the heart of the city at LeBauer Park.  The “Spartan Shop @ The Park,” which opened on April 23, is located in a kiosk at the entrance to the park and is expected to be open for 1-2 months this spring. […]

Dr. Tara T. Green (African American & African Diaspora Studies) was presented with the inaugural Langston Hughes Society President’s Award for being a “leader, scholar, and keeper of the Langston Hughes Tradition” at the their annual luncheon, April 5, 2018. Green served as president of the organization for three years and spearheaded the successful search […]

Dr. Martin Halbert (University Libraries) received new funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) for the “Library Diversity Institutes Pilot Project.” The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG, project lead), in collaboration with the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Diversity Alliance propose a two-year project to pilot a national […]

UNC Greensboro is set to award more than 2,700 degrees to the university’s largest-ever graduating class on Friday, May 4, at the May Commencement ceremony. The university will confer approximately 2,014 bachelor’s degrees, 627 master’s degrees, 87 doctoral degrees and 17 specialist in education degrees. Of the degrees awarded, 100 will be conferred to international […]