Participants who come to the Center for Women’s Health and Wellness event will learn about how to intervene on behalf of students, including suicide prevention and educational methods aimed at diverse populations.
Dean Penfield says this recognition by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation can be credited to the collaboration and hard work across UNC Greensboro’s Schools and Colleges. The School is one of 32 institutions to be recognized.
With monkeypox recently in the news, anyone who has questions about whether they may be at risk and how to protect themselves can attend a forum with Student Health Services that will delve into the virus’ impact.
The novel “Calling for a Blanket Dance” explores family relationships and heritage through the generations of a family with Cherokee and Kiowa roots. The UNCG Native American Student Association invites people to come and hear from the author Oscar Hokeah at this special event on September 23.
From morning through the afternoon, dive deep into one of the world’s most famous philosophical works. The fourth annual “Public Republic” aims to introduce more people to Plato’s writings, with dramatic readings to help generate engaging discussion on what makes a just society.
The Weatherspoon Art Museum invites faculty and staff to join in regular meditation sessions to attend to their mental health throughout the rigorous year. No prior experience is needed. Participants will be guided through meditative practices once a week through November 23.
Austin Craven and Heather Moorefield-Lang from the biology and library and information studies departments respectively will take on the new roles alongside their work in the classroom. They will provide a critical role guiding UNC Greensboro’s mission to improve digital accessibility.
UNCG’s reputation as a top sustainability campus is traveling the globe. Times Higher Education named it one of the top 200 universities in the world that is working towards the United Nations’ sustainability goals. Read more about some of the goals UNCG has excelled at.
The Associate Professor of Peace and Conflict Studies has a personal connection to the people of Ukraine. In this Q&A, he breaks down the history between the two nations, so that others may better understand what led to the armed conflict that made international headlines this year.