UNC Greensboro Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Debbie Storrs announced two provost fellows will join the UNCG academic leadership team. Professor Regina McCoy will serve as Provost Fellow for Student Success, and Professor Tracy Nichols will serve as Provost Fellow for Faculty Development. During this academic year and summer of 2022, the fellows will ensure […]
The Fall 2021 issue explores projects and initiatives that address gaps in health and education, strengthen and diversify workforces, and apply innovative methods and community-centric values. ADHD success programs, little free libraries and literacy support, STEM evaluation, a bigger molecule, and more. Read more in print or online.
UNC Greensboro School of Theatre students will perform a musical adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “As You Like It,” opening on Sept. 24 at Taylor Theatre. Faculty members Randall McMullen, Dominick Amendum, Eric Speer, John Gully, and Chip Haas have worked alongside MFA candidates to create this Shakespearean comedy that explores love. The show will have five […]
The well-used Alumni House is getting a well-needed refurbishment. The house will remain closed through the end of this semester and is scheduled to reopen in the spring semester. The renovation and reopening timelines may be affected by University protocols regarding the COVID pandemic. A separate announcement will appear in Campus Weekly regarding the date […]
Brenda Louise Craig, who worked at UNCG in security, died in July. She was a UNCG alumna who earned a degree in physical education and excelled in sports and academically. After graduating, Brenda became a teacher and instructor. She returned to UNCG to work in security. Her interest in law enforcement also led her to […]
The Weatherspoon Art Museum at UNC Greensboro continues to take huge strides in its equity, diversity, and inclusion efforts. The museum will collaborate on anti-racist project models and practices as part of the Museum Partnerships for Social Justice Project, a recently announced initiative of the Henry Luce Foundation’s American Art Program. The foundation granted the […]
The clean-tech company Minerva Lithium was founded by UNCG alumna Dr. Sheeba Dawood and Associate Professor of Nanoscience Hemali Rathnayake, who have developed a platform that can selectively trap valuable minerals and harmful pathogens from water. Read more at UNCG Research.
Sarah Pickett, an administrative support specialist in the Bryan School, died September 7. Pickett had worked in the Undergraduate Student Services Office since 2014 and was the first point of contact for students and visitors. She was herself a proud Spartan who graduated from the Bryan School in 2012 with a bachelor’s degree in business […]
On Oct. 5, UNCG will mark a pivotal moment. For the first time since 2004, our University will announce a comprehensive fundraising campaign. This campaign will be the University’s most ambitious ever. The launch of the public phase of this extraordinary campaign has been planned for two years. The COVID-19 pandemic delayed its public launch […]
In the few years since its creation, the STEM Program Evaluation Laboratory, led by Dr. Ayesha Boyce and Dr. Aileen Reid (l-r), has brought in over $4 million in funding to UNCG. Read more at UNCG Research magazine.
On Sept. 12, 2001, more than 3,000 UNCG students, faculty, and staff gathered around the Fountain for a vigil and remembrance service. That day, many students lined up for an off-campus Red Cross blood drive. Students painted the Rawk with the message “United We Stand.” Campus Weekly gave suggestions of how faculty, staff, and students […]