News Items from UNC Greensboro

Elizabeth Perrill, associate professor in UNC Greensboro’s School of Art, was nominated by the AP board to create a video master class that supports the AP Art History Exam in 2021. In response to the pandemic and the changing needs of students and educators, the College Board partnered with professors from more than 200 universities, […]

Public spaces are vastly important for public life. Even if there is no interaction between strangers, having areas in towns and cities where people can see each other is crucial for healthy communities. This year, the COVID-19 pandemic changed what spaces we can occupy and how we can behave within them. Restaurants and other indoor […]

UNC Greensboro student Kalonji Jegede-Roberts has been recognized for outstanding leadership and service by North Carolina Campus Compact, a statewide network of colleges and universities that are committed to community engagement. Jegede-Roberts received the network’s Community Impact Student Award, which honors one student leader at each member school. The award recognizes students that demonstrate commitment […]

UNCG Senior Lecturer in biology Ann Berry Somers is well-known figure in North Carolina herpetology and public service. She is a past recipient of the Governor’s Award for Public Service, the Thomas L. Quay Wildlife Diversity Award in Raleigh, the North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research (NCBAR) Distinguished Teaching Award in STEM Education, and has […]

UNC Greensboro and Dunkin’ have raised $3,000 for the Spartan Open Pantry through their joint fundraiser to fight food insecurity on campus and in the community.   From Oct. 18-29, participating Dunkin’ stores in the Triad sold Spartan-themed donuts, and 40 cents of each donut sold was donated to Spartan Open Pantry. The fundraiser was part […]

A gray SUV carrying three generations of the same family pulled into the parking lot behind the Weatherspoon Art Museum on Saturday morning. Daniela Chala ’16 had heard about the free flu shot clinic that the UNC Greensboro School of Nursing hosts every year as part of Homecoming festivities. She decided to bring her partner, […]

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 […]