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Dr. Thomas Haggai, a great supporter and friend of UNC Greensboro, died Mar. 27. In addition to being a 2011 honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree recipient from UNCG, he was a philanthropist, businessman, minister, and recognized speaker. Haggai led the High Point-based Thomas Haggai and Associates Foundation for 52 years, and served as a […]

Each department or office can designate a point of contact to notify designees of received mail or parcels normally delivered directly to the departments via national courier services (UPS, Fed Ex, DHL, etc). Mail is available for pickup at Print Shop (525 Tate St) between the hours of 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm. Parcels are […]

On Wednesday, March 25, from 4-5 p.m., a virtual town hall forum with UNC Greensboro Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr. and Provost Dana Dunn will be hosted by Faculty and Staff Senates. The town hall will be held online only, and can be accessed in the Faculty Senate’s virtual meeting room located at uncg.webex.com/meet/facsen. Instructions […]

If your event has been previously announced in Quick Look, and you would like to indicate that it will be rescheduled or encourage alternate online participation, please email sckirbys@uncg.edu Faculty Senate / Staff Senate Forum with Chancellor and Provost On Wednesday, March 25, from 4-5 p.m., a virtual town hall forum with UNC Greensboro Chancellor […]

UNCG wants to be sure you know where to find information and how to best follow this fast-moving situation. The most important thing is to regularly check the dedicated Coronavirus website. Bookmark it for easy access. UNCG will update it frequently. Please monitor your email as updates will be shared as often as possible. There are as many […]

As the University closely monitors the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, in order to best protect the health of UNC Greensboro students, faculty, staff, and community members, difficult decisions have been made regarding two major campus events. While the threat in North Carolina is currently considered relatively low, our highest priority remains the health and safety of […]

In light of recent decisions regarding the Coronavirus situation, many campus events will be rescheduled. If cancellation information about a listed event is not indicated, please contact the individual organization to confirm. If you would like to announce a cancellation of your event, or provide more information through a website, please email sckirbys@uncg.edu The UNCG […]

VOISES, or Viewpoints Of Inclusive Student Experiences, provides an engaging forum for students from various intersectionalities, and allows faculty and staff to hear their voices.  The goal is to improve faculty and staff understanding of the student experience and to focus on the perspectives of students from marginalized identity groups. The panels, organized by UNCG’s […]