Since 1937, the Alumni House has been a gathering space for the UNCG community to celebrate accomplishments and milestones. All are invited to an ice cream social on June 9 for the House’s 85th birthday celebration.
The Vice Chancellor for Research and Engagement has made UNCG a pioneer in community-engaged scholarship work. She has incorporated those principals into more than 30 years of research and helped lead projects representing over $42 million. Chancellor Gilliam nominated her for the award from the Engagement Scholarship Consortium.
A standout public health undergraduate fosters community and puts foundational public health concepts into action, while serving as a Spartan Guide and an upper class mentor for Ashby Residential College.
To celebrate Military Appreciation Month, Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration Bob Shea, a veteran, had a conversation with Daysha Evans, an active service member serving in the United States Navy and a public health education student here at UNCG. Read the Q&A.
Dr. Gabriela Livas Stein received UNCG’s 2021 Junior Research Excellence Award for her scholarship on the impacts of Latinx cultural values, cultural stressors, and access to mental health care. Recognized as a leader in the Latinx child development field, the professor of psychology has published over 70 peer-reviewed articles in top journals and received $5.5 million in funding.
Dr. Charles Egeland has just made a striking discovery about sabertooth cat bones, which tells us something about our own history. This summer, UNCG students will join him in continuing field work in Tanzania.
Every spring, UNC Greensboro confers the Gladys Strawn Bullard Award upon those who show commendable initiative and perseverance in their leadership and service roles. The University congratulates the faculty member, […]