News Items from UNC Greensboro

The Informatics and Analytics (I&A) program at UNCG will become an interdisciplinary program in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) beginning in Fall 2022 with Dr. John Stufken as director. I&A runs the MS in Informatics and Analytics (MSIA) program. This interdisciplinary STEM program admitted its first students in 2019 and has been housed […]

New UNC Greensboro brand guidelines and assets are now available online.  Brand Assets The University’s extended version of the brand anthem has been updated. You can download the new version and acquire the YouTube link here. Brand student stories completed this fall are also online and available for use. These brand student stories include a […]

The O. Max Gardner Award committee asks for assistance with the nomination process for the 2022 award. The Gardner Award is awarded by the UNC Board of Governors and has been given annually since 1949. The award was established to recognize faculty who have “made the greatest contributions to the welfare of the human race.” The Board of […]

A section of North Drive on the UNCG campus will be closed from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Dec. 15 so that a new rooftop HVAC unit can be placed atop the Moran Commons Building. Leger Corp. General Contractors will set up a crane to lift the new unit into place. North Drive will […]

Multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter-producer and UNCG School of Music alumnus Ben Folds has been selected as the recipient of an Honorary Degree from UNCG. In addition to sharing an inspirational message with our graduates at December Commencement, Ben is hosting a special Q&A session exclusively for the UNCG community and guests on Thursday, December 9 from 4:00-5:00 […]

For the second year, the Campus Climate Committee has awarded funding to students, faculty, and staff who submitted proposals in response to a call for demonstration grants. These programs are intended to develop best practices which help improve a sense of belonging on campus. The iBelong Project grants were developed in response to findings from […]

Kay Lovelace, associate professor in the Department of Public Health Education, passed away November 23.Lovelace had worked at UNCG since 1995. She was an industrious researcher who focused on a variety of public health issues, including public health infrastructure, organizational health, and informatics as a collaborative process to build forward-looking health departments. Her achievements as […]

Whether researchers with timely insights or students with outstanding stories, members of the UNCG community appear in print, web and broadcast media every day. Here is a sampling of UNCG-related stories in the news and media over the week. Ryan Murray is quoted in an article about UNCG participating in ‘Chartwells’ Thank-ful Friendsgiving event. “’Chartwells’ […]

Walter Henry Beale III, Professor Emeritus, died November 12. Dr. Beale came to UNCG in 1971 to teach in the Department of English. He served as chair of the department from 1988-90, and the dean of the College of Arts and Sciences 1990-2003 before returning to the Department of English, teaching until his retirement after […]