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Professor of Piano John Salmon is the guest artist and clinician in the Virginia Music Teacher’s  virtual conference. See his full program of presentations, which includes a recital in Tew Recital Hall and two workshops: one with co-presenter and UNCG piano faculty member Annie Jeng called “Dave Brubeck’s Classical Piano Compositions” and and another titled […]

UNCG Senior Lecturer in biology Ann Berry Somers is well-known figure in North Carolina herpetology and public service. She is a past recipient of the Governor’s Award for Public Service, the Thomas L. Quay Wildlife Diversity Award in Raleigh, the North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research (NCBAR) Distinguished Teaching Award in STEM Education, and has […]

In 1988, the Research Excellence Awards were established in recognition of the following principle: “Given that creating and diffusing knowledge is a formal obligation of the University, the Research Excellence Award will be given to a full-time member of the faculty whose work contributes in an exemplary fashion to this end.” Each year, the Chancellor […]

HNAC (Humanities Network and Consortium) is offering 4-6 $100-300 project development mini-grants for UNCG faculty members in the humanities (tenure track or mon-tenure track). The HNAC Mini-Grants are designed to help pay for research expenses related to publications, exhibitions, grant writing, or other project development/completion expenses. Qualifying expenses include but are not exclusive to translating, […]

UNCG Athletics finds success because of the hard work and dedication of student-athletes and coaches, and also because of the support staff members who work with them. Several UNCG Athletics staff members are featured in a new spotlight series through the Athletics website, and there’s more to come. Find out what books they’re reading, their […]

Next week, the UNCG School of Theatre releases its second production for the season, “Skeleton Crew,” available for streaming Nov. 5-7, with a virtual Frame/Works discussion for ticket-holders on Monday, Nov. 9. The story is set in an automotive plant during the 2008 economic recession, and the characters face challenges such as economic inequality and […]

The iBelong Project invites grant proposals for projects that help build a sense of belonging among Spartans, as a Campus Climate initiative. The grants are for $500. Email your 1-2 page concept paper to iBelong@uncg.edu by this Friday, Nov. 6. Find more information here. Division of Online Learning award nominations are due Nov. 13. See […]

Campus Weekly will take a break for the week of Thanksgiving and for two weeks over the winter holiday. Below are the dates of publication for the end of the semester until Campus Weekly resumes weekly in January. Nov 11 Nov 18 Dec 2 Dec 9 Dec 16 Jan 7 (Thursday instead of Wednesday), resuming […]

The UNCG International Programs Center invites proposals from UNCG faculty for efforts that support the growth and development of Virtual Global Collaborative courses at UNCG. Virtual Global Collaborations can be defined as peer to peer, technology-enabled experiences with deliberate learning objectives for student success. These courses incorporate intercultural skill development and awareness through facilitated communication […]