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UNC Greensboro’s Ann Berry Somers, senior lecturer in biology, with John H. Roe, professor at UNC Pembroke, recently announced the release of a new paper on eastern box turtles, the North Carolina state reptile. “State-wide population characteristics and long-term trends for Eastern Box Turtles in North Carolina” was accepted by the Ecological Society of America’s Ecosphere journal.   […]

A new international honor society recognizing high-achieving students with disabilities has been established on UNC Greensboro’s campus to acknowledge and celebrate their academic accomplishments.   Last fall, the Zeta Phi chapter of Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society was established, becoming one of 170 chapters across the country, one of four in the state, and the […]

February is Black History Month, and UNC Greensboro will host a variety of virtual events throughout the month. Mr. SOUL! Film ScreeningFeb. 2, 7 p.m. PBS North Carolina has teamed up with RiverRun International Film Festival and the State Library North Carolina to present an exclusive screening of “Mr. SOUL!” – a documentary that explores […]

UNC Greensboro has some of the best online degree programs in the nation, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Online Programs rankings released Tuesday, Jan. 26.  The University was included in the “Best Online Bachelor’s Programs” list, ranking among the top 5 institutions in North Carolina. UNCG’s online bachelor programs also […]

After a much-needed winter break – and a good riddance to 2020 – UNC Greensboro is kicking off the spring semester with “Winter Welcome Weeks.”  The campus-wide event series, which takes places throughout January, features a day of service on campus and in the community, a crash course on resumes and cover letters, and the […]

UNC Greensboro student Kalonji Jegede-Roberts has been recognized for outstanding leadership and service by North Carolina Campus Compact, a statewide network of colleges and universities that are committed to community engagement. Jegede-Roberts received the network’s Community Impact Student Award, which honors one student leader at each member school. The award recognizes students that demonstrate commitment […]

COVID-19 changed a lot about campus life, from classes to extracurricular activities. But this semester, Spartans still found a way to get involved, develop their leadership skills, and serve the community. Over 350 Spartans participated in UNC Greensboro’s Leadership Challenge Program, and 41 of those students completed about 800 hours of service, despite being in […]

Master’s student Monica T. Davis is graduating from UNC Greensboro with an impressive resume: an MFA in interior architecture, a certification in preservation, a job at an award-winning architectural firm in Hawaii, and a legacy as a hometown history hero. Davis became interested in preservation while living in a converted condo that was originally a […]