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UNC Greensboro today announced that Bob Shea, currently Vice President for Business, Finance and Technology at Elon University, will become the University’s new Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration beginning May 1. At UNCG, Shea will lead an organization of more than 560 people spanning a wide range of University operations, including all financial functions, […]

As our campus community has ramped up working, learning, researching, and teaching online, many Spartans are increasingly finding themselves in Zoom video conferencing meetings. University Communications would like to enhance those meetings with some fun background options that users can add to their sessions. These UNCG-branded backgrounds not only show off our lovely campus at […]

Making music is a social pursuit. In very significant ways, live music feeds our social culture, locally, regionally, and internationally. Many depend on it to make connections, whether they are casual listeners, avid fans, or performers. What happens when the live, social part of music is removed for an extended period of time? It’s not […]

Several partners across Guilford County – including Guilford County Schools, the Weaver Foundation, UNC Greensboro’s Department of Communication Studies and LEAP Project, the Greater High Point Food Alliance, the Greensboro Community Food Task Force, and Guilford Education Alliance – have worked together during this COVID-19 crisis to create a list of food resources for Greater […]

Social distancing doesn’t mean our health and wellness should be compromised. As we prepare for extended time indoors, how can we ensure good nutrition? And what cost-effective strategies should we keep in mind? We asked two graduate student experts from the UNCG Department of Nutrition – Sydney McCune, a PhD student in human/clinical nutrition, and Elisabeth Mueller, […]

As the world adjusts to the changing landscape under COVID-19, UNC Greensboro faculty and staff members are preparing for remote instruction and work. Their tenacious commitment to ensure our students receive a high-quality education continues.   The University is still open, albeit under unique circumstances. As of Monday, March 23, face-to-face courses at all institutions in […]