Students help shape the many thought-provoking exhibits found at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. Hear from one alumna about the profound lessons she took from the artwork she curated and learn about the upcoming exhibits.
UNC Greensboro students traveled to Spain, the Caribbean, England, Greece, and many more places, immersing themselves in various cultures and learning from the landscapes. Their photos and words tell impactful stories.
The University is proud to announce a new inclusive course delivery program for students. First Day Complete will provide students affordable access to all required course materials, including textbooks and […]
Dr. Amy Vines’ Chaucer students are examining Medieval texts and creating their own. UNCG’s Special Collections and University Archives created a special exhibit of rare books to supplement the students’ knowledge of fourteenth-century material.
Joy Woods ‘21 is one of the 45 applicants chosen for the highly competitive, Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship program which allows her funding for her master’s program and entry into the United States Foreign Service.