One of its strengths is its versatility. Ellen Haskell explains how the new minor in Jewish studies will support students going into a variety of fields and supplement their education in other areas of study.
This Constitution Week, UNC Greensboro affirms its commitment to protecting freedom of expression. Resources are available for faculty and staff to learn more about the University policies and expectations.
Communicators from departments and administrative units can begin training for the Next Generation Website Project on September 26. Experts will be on hand to explain the new processes for designing and managing webpages.
UNCG Information Technology Services announces upcoming changes that may impact the tools you use in the office and the classroom. The Chief Information Officer has more on how they plan to guide the University into the future, and the challenges that may come with that.
The novel “Calling for a Blanket Dance” explores family relationships and heritage through the generations of a family with Cherokee and Kiowa roots. The UNCG Native American Student Association invites people to come and hear from the author Oscar Hokeah at this special event on September 23.
The human development and family studies professor has spent years researching and publishing work on how violence and instability affect young people. She will present some of the latest research in a webinar centered around how faculty can support youth who have been impacted by poverty, racism, and violence.
On May 9-10, faculty can delve into the evolution of the classroom. Everything from student engagement to visual literacy will be shared at the Adapt 2022 Conference. Learn more about the workshops and how to register.