Chancellor Linda P. Brady sat down last Thursday with CW editor Mike Harris to provide updates and respond to questions on some of the most top-of-mind news topics on campus. “I know budget is on everyone’s minds,” she said. “It’s difficult because of all the uncertainties. It’s pretty clear that we will be in a much more challenging situation next year [2011-12].” Aside from budget news, academic restructuring and the UNCG/Glenwood mixed-use village were among the topics discussed.
Items this week include Chancellor’s op-ed; Right now in Ghana; UNCG Southern Scuffle; Women’s basketball streak; New Student & Spartan Family Programs; Nominations for Student Excellence Award; MLK Celebration Jan. 18; Counseling students help women; UNCG Staff Senate Angel Tree Project; Last year’s men’s basketball television spot campaign; Academic All-SoCon; Radwanski to Clemson; Silver certification; Budget Central Web site updates; Bryan School moves master’s degree program online; Toys for kids; Let’s talk budget; Dementia, Alzheimer’s and meds; In memoriam
A year of Campus Weekly in its current format is under our belts. As the year ended, 564 responded to the CW readership survey. Readers who responded say they value the accuracy of the information in CW, as well as its timelineness and usefulness. 85 percent say it provides them with stories or information they […]
UNCG awarded 1,549 degrees – 1,145 bachelor’s, 326 master’s, 10 specialist in education and 68 doctorates – at December commencement. Behind every one of those degrees is a story. Commencement speaker Lew Brown (Bryan School) spoke about Ashley Carney from Raleigh. In an email to Brown, Carney described herself as having been an indifferent high […]
The Department of Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations in the School of Education is collaborating with area school systems to identify and train aspiring principals who will lead high-need schools.