News Items from UNC Greensboro

Dr. Carl Mattacola will become the next dean of the UNC Greensboro School of Health and Human Sciences (HHS) June 1, 2019. Through teaching, scholarship, community engagement, and service, the school prepares new generations of professionals, leaders, scholars, and entrepreneurs to enhance the quality of life of individuals, families, and communities. The school comprises the […]

Many UNC Greensboro students have returned home for the holidays, but there’s still plenty for local Spartans and the Greensboro community to enjoy this holiday season, both on and off campus. Here’s our list of the top five things to do with family and friends this holiday season: Cheer on men’s and women’s basketball  UNCG […]

When UNC Greensboro MBA student Carrie Longnecker Hall was asked to be the student speaker at December’s Commencement ceremony, she was amazed and more than a little nervous. In fact, she almost declined. Ultimately, however, Hall decided to do what’s made the last five years of her life a resounding, if often challenging, success: She […]

The gift-giving season is now in swing, and UNC Greensboro has plenty to offer. From new music and novels to gripping poetry to a book based on a recent Weatherspoon Art Museum exhibition, these 2018 releases by faculty and alumni make great gifts. The Wild Inside (Harper Collins/William Morrow) By Jamey Bradbury ’09 MFA Bestselling […]

A new year is a great time for a fresh start in relationships. Maybe you need help understanding boundaries with friendships, a roommate, or at work; maybe you’re a parent struggling to communicate with your teenager; or you need some advice about healthy dating. UNC Greensboro’s Healthy Relationships Initiative (HRI), a program launched in 2017 […]

Whether researchers with timely insights or students with outstanding stories, members of the UNCG community appear in print, web and broadcast media every day. Here is a sampling of UNCG-related stories in the news and media over the past weeks: National Geographic featured Dr. Matina Kalcounis-Rüpell’s work in an article on mouse vocalizations. The piece. […]