Campus & Community

UNCG-NC A&T King celebration tonight at 7 p.m.

Poet, educator and activist Dr. Sonia Sanchez will deliver the keynote address at the 2015 MLK celebration sponsored jointly by UNCG and NC A&T. This… Read More >

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UNCG recognized by Carnegie for ‘deep engagement’

UNCG has been recertified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching as a 2015 Community-Engaged Institution. The Carnegie Foundation’s Community Engagement classification is… Read More >

Frannie Williams '13, center, and other students help out during the 2013 MLK Day of Service.

Service-learning at UNCG in the spotlight on ‘NC Now’

Dr. Cathy Hamilton, director of UNCG’s Office of Leadership and Service-Learning, appeared on “NC Now” Thursday to discuss the university’s commitment to service-learning and how… Read More >

Frannie Williams '13, center, and other students help out during the 2013 MLK Day of Service.

UNCG lives up to its motto: Service

For the second straight year, UNCG has made the President’s Higher Education and Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction. This year, UNCG also appears on… Read More >

Dr. Bruce Kirchoff celebrates with graduates as he gives the Winter Commencement Address Thursday in the Greensboro Coliseum.

‘The Power of Yes’ — Winter 2014 Commencement Address

UNCG Winter Commencement, Dec. 11, 2014 Welcome graduates!! Congratulations!!! Today, is a day of celebration. It is a day to look back on your years… Read More >

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For 1,642 winter grads ‘Yes’ was the only rational answer

Dr. Bruce Kirchoff, Biology, had a simple message for UNCG’s 1,642 winter graduates: Don’t underestimate the power of ‘Yes’. “When life is difficult, the only… Read More >

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Watch 2014 UNCG Winter Commencement live

Just under 1,650 students are expected to earn degrees at UNCG’s 2014 Winter Commencement. The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 11, in the… Read More >

Sam Parker is a professor in the deaf interpreter preparation program in the UNCG School of Education.

Interpreting Ebola

Sam Parker remembers it well. Parker, a professor in UNCG’s deaf interpreter preparation program, got a call that a deaf person was in the hospital… Read More >

Dr. Bruce Kirchoff accepts the UNC Board of Governors Teaching Excellence Award at UNCG's Spring 2014 commencement. Kirchoff  gave the  commencement address for the winter commencement ceremony Dec. 11.

UNCG to award 1,646 degrees at winter commencement

Just under 1,650 students are expected to earn degrees at UNCG’s 2014 Winter Commencement. The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 11, in the… Read More >

Brig. Gen. Ted Crichton, left, Chancellor Linda P. Brady and Spc. Chen-yang Liu, right,  ring the university bell as they dedicate the new Veterans Resource Center.

UNCG dedicates Veterans Resource Center

Spc. Chen-yang Liu, an Army Reserves combat photographer and vice president of UNCG’s Student Veterans Association, wore his dress blues for the Veterans Day dedication… Read More >

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, left, Jim Eddy, interim UNCG DCL dean, right, and students from rural high schools across North Carolina show off their NC New Schools caps.

Duncan unveils $20 million surprise for NC New Schools

It was Arne Duncan’s birthday, but he was the one who sprang the surprise. To the tune of $20 million. Duncan, U.S. Secretary of Education,… Read More >

The Randolph County Honor Guard presented the colors at the UNCG Fountain

Always grateful

Amber Mathwig spent a decade in the U.S. Navy as a military police officer. When she left the military and went back to college for… Read More >