News Items from UNC Greensboro

Which North Carolina city has done the most to advance inclusive laws and policies for the LGBTQ+ community? According to recent rankings by the Human Rights Campaign, it’s Greensboro. The city has a vast, economically and socially significant LGBTQ+ population, and the city has worked hard to better support these individuals over the years. In […]

The University of North Carolina Board of Governors has selected UNC Greensboro’s Dr. Dianne Welsh to receive a 2019 Award for Excellence in Teaching. Welsh is Hayes Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Bryan School of Business and Economics’ Department of Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality and Tourism. She will be recognized at the April 17 Faculty […]

Three UNC Greensboro faculty members – two from the School of Art and one from the School of Dance – were awarded fellowships from the North Carolina Arts Council for 2019 after being selected through a rigorous panel screening process. Nearly 500 artists applied for the fellowships and 20 were selected. Fellowship winners receive $10,000 […]

It’s hard to miss: The towering 54-foot wall with colorful grips sprouting from the basement floor of UNC Greensboro’s Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness. The indoor climbing wall, Adventure Trips and Rental & Trip Center (outdoor equipment rental) are the three components that make up UNCG’s Outdoor Adventures program. Greensboro may not be considered […]

Led by a team of UNCG researchers, professors and graduate students, 50 top-notch science educators from five different states gathered at Haw River State Park for a weekend herpetology curriculum workshop. The goal? To teach teachers how to get others – whether students in the classroom or park and nature center visitors – excited about […]