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UNC Greensboro will celebrate Veterans Day Monday, Nov. 11, with various activities on campus starting at 10 a.m. From 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., the Student Veterans Association (SVA) and Staff Senate will be holding a holiday card signing for deployed service members in the EUC Commons. Military recruiters, various lawn games, and military vehicles […]

Five Bryan School of Business and Economics students represented UNC Greensboro as Forbes Under 30 Scholars at the Forbes Under 30 Summit. The scholars included Carlena Neely, a junior studying information systems management; Lark Tibbs, a senior studying international business; Jaimon Mcmillian, a junior studying information systems management; Lauren Kalo, a junior studying marketing and […]

Last week, nine state employees were honored with the Governor’s Award for Excellence at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh, and two from UNCG were among them: Tim Bucknall, assistant dean of University Libraries and UNCG’s head of electronic resources and information technologies, and Ann Berry Somers, senior lecturer of biology and assistant […]

UNC Greensboro Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. has been named one of the Triad Business Journal’s 2019 Power Players. Each year, the Triad Business Journal identifies key leaders who have put impactful ideas into action to lead the region forward. The Triad Business Journal recognized Chancellor Gilliam’s efforts in guiding the school’s Millennial Campus initiative, as well […]

The first year of a student’s college experience is often the most exciting – new freedom, new friends, and new opportunities.  But there are challenges, too. College is an adjustment. Often, if students don’t develop time management, organizational, and study skills, they may struggle.  To help students better transition to academic life here on campus, […]

UNC Greensboro’s Ashby College Haunted House returned for the 24th year on Saturday, Oct. 26, with more than 350 Spartans and community members enjoying a night of spooks, zombies, and all things Halloween. The haunted house is put on each year by residents of Ashby Residential College, an inclusive two-year program that offers a unique […]

Join Spiro and hundreds of fellow Spartans as the UNC Greensboro community “storms the streets” to cheer on the Spartan men’s basketball team in their first home game of the season against N.C. A&T Tuesday, Nov. 5. UNCG students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends are all invited to participate in the second annual mile-long march, which […]

Seniors Nadine Soliman, Te’ja Twitty, Alexis Pitchford, and Alexus Willey started their UNC Greensboro basketball careers three years ago with a 20-win season and an exciting postseason run.  Now, as the veteran players look ahead to the Nov. 5 season opener, they are hoping to once again find that kind of success.  Notching 20 wins […]

UNC Greensboro has been recognized as one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges by the Princeton Review. The education services company features UNCG in its “Guide to Green Colleges: 2019 Edition.” UNCG is one of eight universities in the UNC System to be included. The Princeton Review chose the 413 schools in the guide based […]

With dozens of stories about UNC Greensboro initiatives, research, and real-world impact, the Fall 2019 UNCG Magazine shines a spotlight on Spartans around campus and around the world.  Enjoy the photos and videos – and the outstanding stories – online at alumnimagazine.uncg.edu.  Here’s a look at some of the stories in the new issue:  Deon’te […]

Which North Carolina city has done the most to advance inclusive laws and policies for the LGBTQ+ community? According to recent rankings by the Human Rights Campaign, it’s Greensboro. The city has a vast, economically and socially significant LGBTQ+ population, and the city has worked hard to better support these individuals over the years. In […]

The UNC Greensboro priority filing period for the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is now open. All current and prospective students are encouraged to complete their FAFSA by Dec. 1 to be considered a priority filer. Here’s what Spartans need to know: Students must submit a FAFSA each year in order to continue […]