Whether researchers with timely insights or students with outstanding stories, members of the UNCG community appear in print, web and broadcast media every day. Here is a sampling of UNCG-related stories in the news and media over the week. Sara MacSween was quoted in a WXII 12 news article about the gas prices and outages […]
The RISE Network will offer several events this spring. There is free registration to a limited number of UNCG faculty, staff, or graduate students for the upcoming NC Project Kaleidoscope (PKAL) meeting on Friday, February 19 that is focused on “Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in STEM: Opportunities to Level the Playing Field.” The RISE Speaker Series […]
The 11th annual UNCG International Shorts Film Competition announced the winners of this year’s competition. As part of the annual UNCG Sustainability Film & Discussion Series, the competition is an opportunity to share new artistic works in the international community that address the urgency of the climate crisis and acknowledge the power of film to […]
This week, Earth Day turns 50. The celebration, which takes place each year on April 22, marks the anniversary of the birth of the modern environmental movement. But that milestone isn’t the only highlight for this year’s event. Earth Day is taking place during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has disrupted and upended life around the […]
Today marks the start of a new semester, a new year, and a new decade for Spartans. It’s an exciting – and busy – time at UNC Greensboro, with the University hosting a variety of events for students, faculty, staff, and the Greensboro community. Throughout the month of January, there will be a winter ball […]
GREENSBORO — Sheryl Oring draws on a device from the past to encourage the public to express themselves to 21st-century presidents and presidential candidates.
Not a computer, cellphone or tablet.
For 12 years, Oring has traveled the country with the vintage device, inviting thousands
Everything today is being unbundled: television, hotels, even the European Union. Some education reformers would like the university to be next. Ryan Craig, author of College Disrupted: The Great Unbundling of Higher Education, argues that disaggregation of the university’s services is a positive