A three-day networking opportunity for representatives from American cities and higher education is happening on campus. The “Young Smart and Local Conference” is October 10-12, with keynote speakers and break-out sessions to exchange ideas on how cities can foster students and attract skilled workers. A complete schedule is available with more details about the speakers and topics.
Participants who come to the Center for Women’s Health and Wellness event will learn about how to intervene on behalf of students, including suicide prevention and educational methods aimed at diverse populations.
In honor of the Centennial Celebration, students in the School of Theatre will perform “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Directed by Mya Brown, opening night is September 30. The timeless tale by William Shakespeare follows four quarreling Athenian lovers who escape into an enchanted forest where fairies await to play tricks on them.
Hear directly from Chancellor Gilliam about what is happening at UNC Greensboro and what to expect as the year continues. He invites faculty and staff to share their thoughts and feedback following his October 3 address.
This Constitution Week, UNC Greensboro affirms its commitment to protecting freedom of expression. Resources are available for faculty and staff to learn more about the University policies and expectations.
Faculty can anticipate students coming to them with questions about their classes and grades. An email has been sent asking them to look up their midterm grades. All students are encouraged to make full use of the support offered by faculty and UNCG’s campus resources.
Indulge in your love of video games and learn about all the fun initiatives that UNC Greensboro will promote across the Piedmont thanks to its state-of-the-art esports arena. Faculty can discover all the new learning opportunities the space offers during an Open House on September 28.
From morning through the afternoon, dive deep into one of the world’s most famous philosophical works. The fourth annual “Public Republic” aims to introduce more people to Plato’s writings, with dramatic readings to help generate engaging discussion on what makes a just society.
UNC Greensboro will host dozens of events in recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, which runs September 15-October 15. Learn more about where and how to attend the dialogues and celebrations in the coming weeks.
The Weatherspoon Art Museum invites faculty and staff to join in regular meditation sessions to attend to their mental health throughout the rigorous year. No prior experience is needed. Participants will be guided through meditative practices once a week through November 23.