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Beginning in January 2020, ALL services provided by our registered dietitian Cari Culp, will be covered at 100% by the State Health Plan. Employees on either plan, 70/30 or 80/20, will be able to meet with Cari or attend workshops at no cost. Cari is already booking for January. Consultations take place in various locations […]

Moss Street Partnership School in Reidsville is searching for qualified teachers and substitute teachers. We hope that as part of the extended UNCG community, you can help us share this tremendous opportunity and encourage friends, family and colleagues to join our team and mission to make a real impact. Teaching is at the heart of […]

Dr. Mariana Newton died Dec. 12. Newton was a professor of Speech Pathology here at UNCG from 1969 until her retirement in 2000. A native of California, Newton received both her B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Redlands, California. She received her Ph.D. from Northwestern University in 1969, and was hired at UNCG to […]

As the University prepares for a new term, the Students First Office would like to remind the campus community of important information about the Starfish early alert and scheduling technology. Starfish Features and Winter Break Schedule:  December 4: Last day of Fall 2019 classes  December 12: Last day of final exams; last day […]

The 5th Annual Diversity in Sport Regional Conference will be hosted here at UNCG on April 3-4, 2020. Previously, the conference has been hosted by Long Island University (Brooklyn campus), Florida A&M University, Morehouse College, and Johnson C. Smith University. The conference is student-led and is currently being run by UNCG’s Department of Kinesiology. Shelby Anderson and […]

NC State comes to town Sunday, to take on the Spartans. With many of the students away, it’s a great opportunity for faculty and staff to cheer even louder for the team, as they take on the ACC opponent. NC State is currently 7-2, with big wins last week over Wisconsin and Wake Forest. UNCG […]

Gate City Writes is hosting an art exhibition at The Green Bean downtown through January 15. Work from the organization’s Community Voices group is being featured. Gate City Writes is a writing collaborative for children and teachers. Every summer it hosts workshops and camps in the UNCG School of Education Building. Community Voices is a […]

The UNC Greensboro School of Education is accepting nominations for 2020 Inspirational Educators through December 31, 2019. Aiming to recognize inspirational educators who have made a transformative impact on students’ lives, the School of Education launched the Inspirational Educators initiative in 2018. The School of Education values the difference educators make in engaging communities and […]