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Spartans have demonstrated a strong presence in the greater Greensboro community during the COVID-19 pandemic through various forms of outreach and engagement. One of those efforts has been through a partnership between the Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC), a unit under UNCG’s Office of Research & Engagement that serves immigrants and refugees in the […]

Global engagement is a core value of UNC Greensboro. The global learning and global connections that Spartans have pursued, particularly over the past few decades, have imprinted international engagement onto UNCG DNA in a way that will enrich the campus life and global impact far into the future. Typically, around 25 faculty-led study abroad programs […]

A new Nursing and Instructional Building. A new Campus Master Plan. And on the horizon: an innovative and impactful arts collaborative space at the corner of Tate and Gate, a renovated and expanded Jackson Library, and a vision to spur the technology corridor along Gate City Boulevard. These latest developments in the transformation of UNC […]

Meet Greensboro’s new leader for all things arts. Ryan Deal was hired last fall to lead Creative Greensboro, the city’s new office for arts and culture. The UNCG graduate has the perfect blend of corporate, nonprofit, and artistic experience. But the path to becoming Greensboro’s first-ever chief creative economy officer often felt long and winding.

Tuberculosis kills more than a million people each year. The World Health Organization says it’s the leading cause of death from a single infectious agent — more deadly than HIV/AIDS. One reason TB is so dangerous is that, out of the 10 million or so infections that arise each year, roughly 500,000 are from drug-resistant […]

UNC Greensboro, the Guilford County Division of Public Health (GCDPH), Guilford County Emergency Management (GCEM), Cone Health, and other local agencies have formed a strategic partnership to bring COVID-19 community testing to Greensboro residents at no cost. UNCG’s Oakland Avenue Parking Deck has transformed into a mobile testing site for the community. Since May 5, […]