UNCG Opera stages multiple performances each semester, with national-level success. The program gives students and unparalleled opportunity to prepare for performance careers on the world’s greatest stages.
UNCG’s Career & Professional Development team is hosting the Fall Virtual Career Fair, offering all UNCG students the opportunity to connect with world class employers offering full-time and internship opportunities.
Within the classroom, UNCG-McNair Scholars Mulubrhan Kidanu and Alexis Bailey thrive conducting undergraduate research. Outside of their studies, both scholars have found places to refresh and feel connected on campus.
“The Black Panther” actor took a seat in the director’s chair in order to coach School of Theatre students. Four upperclassmen got to perform a scene for him as part of his masterclass before his appearance in the University Concert and Lecture Series.
Governed by a student-led committee, the UNCG Green Fund financially supports sustainable projects focusing on social equity, environment, economy, and aesthetics. The resulting initiatives, research, and education programs aim to benefit students on campus and the larger Greensboro community.
In the nearly two months since he assumed the role of director, Dr. Charles Young has been collaborating alongside fellow faculty members to shape the future of the School of Music, both within and outside the UNCG community.
Students help shape the many thought-provoking exhibits found at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. Hear from one alumna about the profound lessons she took from the artwork she curated and learn about the upcoming exhibits.
The Center for New North Carolinians (CNNC) helps immigrants and refugees become an acclimated part of their local community. UNCG students who work with the Center provide critical support while gaining invaluable experience and perspective.