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UNC Greensboro’s African American and African Diaspora Studies (AADS) program unites many disciplines from across campus, and that cross-disciplinary work helps students, faculty, and the greater community understand Blackness, within both national and international contexts. This year, the annual conference, the Conference on African American and African Diasporic Cultures and Experiences (CACE), works toward that […]

The Greensboro Contemporary Jewish Museum “where everyday objects, story, and Judaism intersect,” will open this Thursday, Feb. 20, in UNC Greensboro’s Greensboro Project Space, with an opening reception Sunday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m. Note: the date of the opening reception has changed from the original date because of the Winter Weather Advisory. The museum, […]

Every year, UNCG hosts a variety of summer camps, presenting unique and fun opportunities for students to engage in activities across the University. This year, offerings include camps in herpetology, robotics, music, sports, and more. Herpetological Research ExperienceJune 14-19 In this residential research-based camp, rising 9th- through 12th-graders work alongside field experts in exploring the […]

One of Shakespeare’s most familiar plays, “The Tempest,” will soon hit the UNCG stage, in unfamiliar ways.  In this production of Shakespeare’s well-known romantic comedy, the powerful sorcerer Prospero is now female, Prospera, and the story is set 12 years after World War II.  After years stranded on a deserted island with her daughter, Prospera […]

February is Black History Month, and UNC Greensboro will educate with a variety of events through the rest of the month. Black History Month KickoffFeb. 3, 12-2 p.m.Elliott University Center, Room 062 Join the African American and Diaspora Studies program and the Office of Intercultural Engagement for a kickoff to the month’s events. There will […]