News Items from UNC Greensboro

The early morning workouts, long travel days, and tough battles on the court have all been leading up to this moment: the Southern Conference Basketball Championships.  The UNCG men’s and women’s basketball teams will compete in their respective SoCon tournaments March 5-9 in Asheville, North Carolina. An NCAA Tournament appearance is on the line for […]

This year’s Believe in the G event, the University’s annual day of giving, raised a record-breaking $1,049,877 thanks to the more than 1,000 gifts from alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends of UNC Greensboro.  The funds raised – which represent a nearly 50% increase from last year – will be used to support student scholarships, […]

Ten UNC Greensboro alumni and staff were recognized for making a difference in their professions and in their communities at the Triad Business Journal’s 17th annual 40 Under 40 event on Thursday, Feb. 27, at UNCG’s Elliott University Center. “We are proud of the Bryan School alumni and the exceptional leaders from other colleges at […]

UNC Greensboro today announced the lineup for the 2020-21 Concert and Lecture Series, an annual celebration of the arts that brings some of the brightest luminaries and performers in the arts to UNCG’s campus.  The 2020-21 season features an Academy Award winner, a world-renowned author, and a Broadway legend of stage and screen, to name […]

On Monday, Feb. 24, UNC Greensboro hosted the Triad Business Journal’s annual Bizwomen Mentoring Monday networking event. Part of a national initiative facilitated by American City Business Journals, the event provides an opportunity for young professionals and students to learn from industry leaders across the Triad. More than 200 professionals and students participated in the […]

Cone Ballroom will bustle with innovation on Feb. 13 as current students, alumni, faculty, staff, and Greensboro community members gather to connect and learn about entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Everywhere, produced by UNCG’s campus-wide Entrepreneurship Cross-Disciplinary Program (ECDP), will showcase student and alumni businesses along with faculty research. “It’s not about traditional employment opportunities anymore. If you […]

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 […]