News Items from UNC Greensboro

As we approach the holiday weekend, it’s clear that Independence Day feels markedly different this year.  The nation continues to face a public health crisis. Black Lives Matter demonstrations are ongoing, as communities have tough conversations about the realities of systemic racism. Divisions and disparities are perhaps more visible than ever before. For many Americans, […]

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, families juggled busy schedules and stuck to set routines. Adults went to work and carpooled their kids to extracurricular activities after school. Many college students enjoyed their independence on campuses far away from mom and dad’s rules. But once quarantine began, school-aged children were taken out of the structure and stability […]

There are approximately 37,000 UNC Greensboro alumni that live in the Triad area, and many of them are successful business owners. If you’re interested in supporting local businesses, finding ones that are Spartan-owned just got a lot easier. In April, the Office of Alumni Engagement launched Shop Spartan, the first-ever UNCG alumni-owned business network. “I […]

Survey instruments–questionnaires that are used to collect information on a respondent–are vital to public health research. Many survey instruments on sexual and reproductive health have been developed for use in high-income countries, and oftentimes these tools are too specific to be used across various countries and contexts, limiting the ability to make cross-country comparisons. Thanks […]

The spring marks an exciting time for high school seniors. As they make their decisions on where to attend college, the UNC Greensboro community eagerly awaits the class of 2024. This hasn’t changed due to the pandemic, and the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is doing everything possible during these unprecedented times to help students make […]