News Items from UNC Greensboro

UNC Greensboro’s graduate programs have been recognized in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Graduate Schools rankings. Several programs across academic disciplines rank in the top 50 of their respective categories. UNCG’s graduate programs in Counseling and Educational Development (CED) continue to receive high marks, jumping from No. 6 last year and ranking […]

UNC Greensboro is among a cohort of academic institutions nationwide being recognized for their commitment to supporting first-generation students. UNCG joins 76 other institutions in the cohort and is one of three North Carolina universities to receive the designation this year. The Center for First-generation Student Success made the announcement March 2. The center is […]

Ten UNC Greensboro alumni and staff were recognized for making a difference in their professions and in their communities at the Triad Business Journal’s 17th annual 40 Under 40 event on Thursday, Feb. 27, at UNCG’s Elliott University Center. “We are proud of the Bryan School alumni and the exceptional leaders from other colleges at […]

Opera singers and classical singers are the “power lifters of singing,” says Renée Fleming. They have to project, without amplification, through orchestras and choruses, all the way to the back of the house. And through her masterclass and her sublime University Concert and Lecture Series performance at UNC Greensboro, she magnificently showed the full range […]

You may be familiar with the inner ear speaker that newscasters use to receive cues from the producer. You may also know about the speakers inside NFL quarterbacks’ helmets that allow players to receive feedback from coaches. What if teachers could get this kind of instant feedback while in the classroom? Dr. Marcia Rock, associate […]

The Digital Library on American Slavery at UNC Greensboro has been recognized by the National Park Service (NPS) as the first-ever “virtual” stop on the Underground Railroad Network to Freedom. The recognition is the first of its kind for the National Park Service, and it is significant not only for UNCG, but for the broader community, region, and […]