“Along with his prior gift, six volleyball scholarships are funded by Jim’s generous giving,” according to UNCG Athletic Director Brian Mackin. James Dutton passed away on October 23. With a $2.2 million planned gift this fall, coupled with a $1.6 million planned gift announced earlier this year, his impact on the lives of future UNCG student-athletes will be incalculable.
Career & Professional Development Director Nicole Hall oversees a team of professionals and a trove of resources that help students find professional success by leveraging innovative technology and experiential learning.
What political positions drive today’s independent voters? How have their voting trends changed? With the 2022 midterms taking place November 8, Dr. Omar Ali explores the influence of independent voters in his new book.
A spinoff co-founded by a nanoscience alumna and associate professor beat 200 startups in TechCrunch Disrupt 2022’s Startup Battlefield. Minerva Lithium could revolutionize green energy initiatives by making it faster, less labor-intensive, and more cost-effective to collect a critical ingredient for batteries.
Following three decades working at UNCG, Robert Hansen has invested in the future for Theatre students. He reflects on his memories of campus and the vital role that mentors play in molding the next generation of artists.
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.
UNCG is collaborating with Epic Games with an opportunity for faculty, staff, and student educators to learn how to build interactive 3D experiences using Unreal Engine – the world’s most open and advanced real-time 3D creation tool. Register now for the Unreal Engine Accelerator Experience – a hands-on educational workshop in using Fortnite’s Creative toolset on October 28-29. The deadline to register for one or both days of training is Friday, October 14.
Wednesday’s kick-off party at Moran Commons is the start of the 2022 Homecoming celebration at UNC Greensboro. Join students, alumni, and faculty and staff, catch all the big games, and mingle with old friends at the reunions. A full schedule of events is available.
“My mother and two sisters attended, and I was happy to follow in their footsteps.” Guilford County historian Gayle Hicks Fripp ’63, ’69 MA hopes to further UNC Greensboro’s reach and legacy with a $454,787 gift that will benefit three different funds.