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The Eisenstadt Trio, with Elizabeth Field, violin; Stephanie Vial, cello; Andrew Willis, fortepiano perform Wednesday, Feb. 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the School of Music Organ Hall. The historical performance of piano trios is the first of many concerts that will be presented with the assistance of the Covington Distinguished Professorship in Music. Admission is […]

In March, Professor of Anthropology Susan Andreatta will receive an award from one of the most prominent anthropological societies in the nation, the Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA). She will receive the Sol Tax Distinguished Service Award at the annual conference, this year in Albuquerque. She is honored for her more than 20 years of […]

UNC Greensboro’s African American and African Diaspora Studies (AADS) program unites many disciplines from across campus, and that cross-disciplinary work helps students, faculty, and the greater community understand Blackness, within both national and international contexts. This year, the annual conference, the Conference on African American and African Diasporic Cultures and Experiences (CACE), works toward that […]

The Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program will hold a Housekeeper Appreciation event on Feb. 14 at 8:45 a.m. in the Virginia Dare Room of the Alumni House. The event is to honor UNCG’s housekeeping staff and includes breakfast, entertainment, and tokens of appreciation. For more information, email Lisa Levenstein at l_levens@uncg.edu. Professional Seminars in […]

The Greensboro Contemporary Jewish Museum “where everyday objects, story, and Judaism intersect,” will open this Thursday, Feb. 20, in UNC Greensboro’s Greensboro Project Space, with an opening reception Sunday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m. Note: the date of the opening reception has changed from the original date because of the Winter Weather Advisory. The museum, […]

One of Shakespeare’s most familiar plays, “The Tempest,” will soon hit the UNCG stage, in unfamiliar ways.  In this production of Shakespeare’s well-known romantic comedy, the powerful sorcerer Prospero is now female, Prospera, and the story is set 12 years after World War II.  After years stranded on a deserted island with her daughter, Prospera […]

Housing and Residence Life presents the 8th annual Vagina Monologues performance Feb. 3-7 at the EUC. Tickets are $5 or feminine product donation. All proceeds benefit the Greensboro Clara House. See details here: https://hrl.uncg.edu/get-involved/annual-housing-events/feb-vagina-monologues/ Through the rest of the semester, a variety of Professional Development Workshops will be offered by UNCG Human Resources. Workshops include […]

The Spring 2020 Harriet Elliott Lecture Series is titled “Just futures: Equity & Sustainability.” The series will expand on the theme explored in the fall events. The first event, on February 4, at 3:30 p.m., in Graham 212, features Dr. Kimberly Ruffin, with her talk, “What Black Panther Taught Me about Our Inner Gorilla: The […]