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It’s quiet on campus now that Winter Break has arrived. But not all of UNC Greensboro’s students have gone home for the holidays just yet. The men’s and women’s basketball teams will spend the rest of December wrapping up their non-conference schedules and tuning up for the start of all-important Southern Conference play. MEN’S TEAM […]

A section of North Drive on the UNCG campus will be closed from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Dec. 15 so that a new rooftop HVAC unit can be placed atop the Moran Commons Building. Leger Corp. General Contractors will set up a crane to lift the new unit into place. North Drive will […]

The G could stand for a lot of things in Ashley Smith’s life. Take your pick: Gumption. Grief. Graduation. Grace. That’s the one word Smith keeps coming back to as she describes her journey toward the doctoral degree she’ll receive in a few days from UNC Greensboro’s Department of Counseling and Educational Development. At 35, […]

This article is part of a series of regular updates on the process of creating the new university website, uncg.edu. As teams across the university work on preparing content to migrate to the new site, the goal is to keep prospective students top of mind as the intended audience. October 2021 The Next Generation Website […]

Colleagues: I am pleased to announce Richard Campbell will be UNC Greensboro’s next Vice Chancellor for Strategic Communications. He begins on December 1, 2021, subject to approval by the Board of Trustees. Richard has more than 27 years of strategic communications experience. He currently serves as the Chief Communications Officer for NC State’s College of […]

Colleagues: Equity, diversity and inclusion are important values at UNCG, and we have engaged in many efforts to create a more inclusive and equitable campus – such that it becomes a part of our DNA. We should all be proud of what has been accomplished as we embrace our vision to be a national model […]

After a one-year hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic, the “Storm The Streets” spirit march returns on Tuesday, Nov. 9, as UNCG opens the men’s basketball season against crosstown rival N.C. A&T. Motorists should expect delays along the route of the “Storm The Streets” walk. The students’ mile-long march from the UNCG Baseball Stadium to […]

After a year of eerie stillness, the pent-up Storm is back. UNC Greensboro will hold its third “Storm The Streets” march to tip off the Spartans men’s basketball season in style on Tuesday, Nov. 9. Students are invited to join the festivities and the mile-long march from campus to the Greensboro Coliseum for UNCG’s season-opening […]