Visit UNC Greensboro’s Organ Hall on Halloween at 7:30 p.m. to hear the hair-raising melodies of André Lash’s Organ Studio students. This year’s Spooktacular, a free event, is the 10th iteration of the Halloween tradition. The event will include costumes, refreshments, and pumpkin carols. Video by Susan Kirby-Smith and Matt Bryant
UNC Greensboro students are active participants in the Campus Greensboro Fellows Program. Now in its fourth year, the program served 107 college students this summer, and 42 of those students are from UNC Greensboro. Two UNCG students talk about their experience in the program and the impact they are making.
Graduates of UNCG’s unique Professions in Deafness program speak about their work as advocates and interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing and the way they make connections with the North Carolina Deaf community.
As inaugural principal Angela Polk-Jones moves to another position, it is a great moment to relive that first day of the Middle College at UNCG, eight years ago. A historic day, and the beginnings of outstanding achievements for the school, its students, and its leaders.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=N2i3ojVL9CM The Chancellor’s Holiday Greeting featured lots and lots of Spartans in seasonal attire and in a festive mood. It captures a lot of holiday spirit. Were you a part of UNC Greensboro’s 2018 holiday card and video? Visit this link to find your picture and share it on social media: https://go.uncg.edu/holiday2018
Get to know Professor of Music and bassist Steve Haines in a Spartan Spotlight interview – his favorite musician, what television show he watches, why he values students at UNCG and more. Be sure to watch to the end, when he jams with a group of jazz musicians at the School of Music.
In a new series of videos ideal for social media, UNCG Chemistry and Biochemistry faculty and students speak about why and how they chose chemistry, how it matters in the world, and what element they would be – all while traveling campus on scooters. Here’s one by postdoctoral researcher Josh Kellogg.
This weekend is a celebration of John Locke’s retirement from serving as UNC Greensboro’s Director of Bands. Be sure to catch him at a special retirement concert Nov. 18, but also view a short video about his career in UNCG’s School of Music.
The second-annual SECC breakfast was a huge success, pulling in nearly $2,000 in proceeds. With more than 500 donors, UNCG faculty and staff have raised more than $120,000 dollars this fall, bringing the SECC to 60 percent of its 2018 goal. Here are some highlights from last week’s event.