News Items from UNC Greensboro

UNCG will embark on a comprehensive campaign, which will launch this coming fall. Mark your calendars: You are invited to a campus community Town Hall next week to hear about how the University has been planning and what happens next. The campus-wide Town Hall will take place Wednesday, Feb. 19, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. in the […]

The 2020 primary elections will be held Tuesday, March 3, 2020. Early voting in Guilford County will be available at 15 sites, including one on-campus option at the UNCG Kaplan Center for Wellness. During the early voting period (February 13-February 29, hours vary), any of the designated sites can provide the following services: voting for […]

Assemblages is an annual conference hosted by the UNCG Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies department to showcase graduate and undergraduate research and the projects  community members and local organizers . WGSS is accepting applications for presentations of personal, political, or academic projects, papers, theses, workshops, panels, or creative art/media piece exploring and deconstructing systems of power […]

Thursday, February 6, the Weatherspoon Art Museum will host Dr. Timothy Colton, professor of Government and Russian Studies at Harvard University. He will discuss contemporary Russian politics under Vladimir Putin, both the challenges and the potential for change going into the future. The presentation will be 7:30 p.m. in the Weatherspoon Art Museum Auditorium. For […]

Starfish technology is now available to all instructors, advisors, academic support staff, and students for the spring semester. Starfish is an early-alert system that allows UNCG to take a more holistic approach to student success. Starfish allows instructors, advisors, and other staff members to track student progress and remain in the loop about their shared […]

In November, UNC Greensboro School of Nursing seniors took part in a simulation designed to test their ability to interact with homeless patients. Clinical Assistant Professor Crystal Lamb and Clinical Instructor Sandra Blaha facilitated the simulation. They designed a setting for the students and the actors portraying the homeless patients in an area outside the […]

Lloyd International Honors College invites nominations for the 2020 Provost Student Excellence Award, which is conferred each spring at the Student Honors Convocation. This award is the highest academic honor given to undergraduates at UNCG. Lloyd’s Honors Council celebrates the most outstanding of UNCG’s undergraduate students by selecting the winners from among the nominees. The […]

Roots music icon and UNCG alumna Emmylou Harris will present a masterclass and Q&A session hours before her big UNCG University Concert & Lecture Series performance. The masterclass event Friday, Jan. 24, will be held at 3-4:15 p.m. in UNCG Auditorium. The Emmylou Harris concert that evening is sold-out. The masterclass event presents an opportunity […]

Five innovative Greensboro-area community organizations have just received special recognition and funding support from UNCG, the first of its kind from the University. UNCG’s Department of Communication Studies, the host institution for the National Communication Association’s Center for Communication, Community, Collaboration, and Change (CCCC), has awarded a total of $20,000 for programming and research to […]

We find our way to UNCG from all over the state, the country, and the world. We come from a vast array of backgrounds and have different lived experiences. Yet, together, we become part of one Spartan community, with respect for each other, a belief in the unique value of our colleagues and classmates, and […]