Students, faculty, and staff can drop in to learn more about the newly-announced Jackson Library Addition and Renovation Project. Pop-up sessions on September 28 will allow them to share their thoughts on the vision for the library’s future.
These longtime supporters of museums want to open them up to even more people. Margaret ’01 MA and Bill Benjamin’s gift will endow a faculty fellowship grant and support a discretionary fund will help make the Weatherspoon Art Museum more accessible to its patrons.
Dean Penfield says this recognition by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation can be credited to the collaboration and hard work across UNC Greensboro’s Schools and Colleges. The School is one of 32 institutions to be recognized.
The celebration coincides with Homecoming, so families will arrive to find a very festive campus. Spartan Family Weekend lets everyone take part in UNC Greensboro’s traditions. The full schedule and ticket information is now available for you to plan your weekend.
Hear from former students about how the famous author inspired them, listen to some of his award-winning work, and watch a documentary by Dr. Michael Frierson about Fred Chappell’s childhood and accomplishments. On October 1, UNC Greensboro will celebrate the former English professor who helped pave the way for the aspiring writers who pass through campus each year.
Dr. Amber Vermeesch joined the UNC Greensboro School of Nursing this fall as an associate professor and chair of the Department of Family and Community Nursing. Amber’s research focuses on nature-based interventions, improving individuals’ mental and physical health by spending time outdoors.
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.
UNCG Opera stages multiple performances each semester, with national-level success. The program gives students and unparalleled opportunity to prepare for performance careers on the world’s greatest stages.
This annual concert brings together the entire School of Music for one big extravaganza. Three-hundred students and faculty members from the orchestras, choirs, and ensembles look forward to this unique blend of their work in order to raise money for scholarships.