News Items from UNC Greensboro

Dr. Christie Cavanaugh (School of Education, Special Education Services) has been selected by the UNC System as one of eight Literacy Fellows as part of the UNC System Literacy Framework Development Initiative. The initiative is a result of the Board of Governors’ Resolution on Teacher Preparation. The resolution calls for the UNC System Office to […]

The 2020 election season is in full swing, and UNC Greensboro is working to ensure that Spartans are informed and supported during the voting process, especially for those who are voting and developing civic habits for the first time. Following are resources and information to help faculty, staff, and students navigate socially-distanced voting options and […]

UNC Greensboro’s Center for Housing and Community Studies (CHCS) has been awarded a Dollar Tree Literacy Foundation grant to support an after-school reading enrichment program in Greensboro. The new program will be part of the CHCS Cottage Gardens Resource Center, a community space that addresses education and health and wellness needs in the Cottage Grove […]

As society continues to struggle with a pandemic, many people have found themselves thrust into teaching, learning, working, and creating through virtual tools and platforms – many for the first time. Within this cultural shift, a new online master’s program at UNC Greensboro is positioned to be a leader in designing and implementing tools and […]

The week of October 19-23 is designated as National Transfer Week. Transfer students are an integral part of the UNC Greensboro community, making up almost half of our graduating class each year. Read on to see how we’re celebrating our Spartan transfers and learn more about the transfer experience at UNCG.