One of its strengths is its versatility. Ellen Haskell explains how the new minor in Jewish studies will support students going into a variety of fields and supplement their education in other areas of study.
Deborah Tunstall Tippett ’73, ’81 MS, ’91 PhD. made this gift to the UNC Greensboro Light the Way campaign in honor of her mother, Ann Satterwhite Tunstall. This scholarship will help adult learners surmount the many obstacles in a busy, demanding life that might otherwise put their education on hold.
As the world adjusts to the changing landscape under COVID-19, UNC Greensboro faculty and staff members are preparing for remote instruction and work. Their tenacious commitment to ensure our students […]
With the topics of environment and sustainability regularly filling front page news, and in light of the remarkable increase in online learning opportunities in higher education, the introduction of a […]
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 […]