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A new Request for Proposal (RFP) is seeking partners to help bring high-speed, high-quality, pervasive internet access for all students – pre-kindergarten through post-doctoral studies – in the 12-county Piedmont region of North Carolina, thanks to a partnership between educational and government organizations. The Technology and Data Institute (TDI), a public service consortium of public […]

On Tuesday, July 28, Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. and other University leadership presented at a virtual Town Hall hosted by Faculty and Staff Senates. Provost Jim Coleman called the meeting to order and welcomed the group. The Chancellor and Provost Coleman both addressed concerns about a recent UNC System request for hypothetical budget scenarios. […]

Arthur (“Art”) R. Tollefson, former Dean of UNC Greensboro’s School of Music from 1984 to 2001, passed away July 24. Tollefson came to UNCG after serving as the chair of the Department of Music at the University of Maryland, Northwestern University, and the University of Arkansas. During his 17 years as Dean of the UNCG […]

The University Speaking Center supports oral communication within curriculum, for any discipline and through a variety of training formats. This fall, there are new resources available for faculty and students. The Speaking Center staff are prepared to assist in communication learning goals, no matter what field of study or what type of communication: public, small-group, […]

UNCG Libraries is moving all library instruction online for Fall 2020, but there are a variety of online events for the Fall 2020 semester. We will continue with our two webinar series on Online Learning & Innovation, as well as Research & Applications. These webinars are 30 minutes, recorded, and hosted in Zoom Meetings, and […]

All faculty and staff are invited to join Chancellor Gilliam and other leadership from across campus for a virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, July 28, at 9:30 a.m. Because of expected capacity issues on Zoom, the interactive virtual Town Hall will be live streamed via YouTube here. To submit questions ahead of and during the […]

The second online forum for the new UNC Greensboro series that began in June will be held Tuesday, July 21, at 6 p.m. The forum will feature UNC Greensboro public historian Dr. Torren Gatson, civil rights attorney Xan Marshall, and educator and former police officer Kenneth Wilson. Dr. Omar Ali (Dean of Lloyd International Honors […]