Audrey Snyder, School of Nursing Associate Dean, is passionate about disaster preparedness and emergency response. Recently sworn in as a Disaster Medical Assistance Team member, she’ll be sharing this real life experience and expertise with nursing students.
Enrollment and Admissions staff have reshaped partnerships with community colleges across the state, to give students interested in transferring to UNCG an extra boost in support before they set foot on the Greensboro campus.
Animation, Popular Music & Technology, and Information Analytics are some of the new areas of study for students to dive into at UNC Greensboro. What skills and opportunities they will pick up from these fields.
The National Science Foundation awarded a $3.4 million grant across five North Carolina public universities for the prestigious Mountains to Sea North Carolina Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation program (LSAMP). UNCG – along with LSAMP partners Appalachian State University, East Carolina University, UNC-Wilmington, and Western Carolina University – will use the five-year grant to support students historically underrepresented in STEM programs.
Driving a school bus for Guilford County Schools, serving as a secretary in the county’s transportation office, and working as a teaching assistant in Rockingham County Schools (RCS) could not fulfill Justin Cunningham’s desire to work with students. So he decided to enroll in the initial cohort of UNC Greensboro’s Piedmont Teacher Residency Partnership (PTRP), a program designed to allow people who did not earn their undergraduate degree in an educational field to gain both their initial licensure and a master’s degree in teaching within 18 months.
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.