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Photo of student rehearsing with clarinet during the recent music camp

Music, Melody and Mastery

Over the last 33 years, more than 50,000 young musicians have arrived on the UNCG campus during the steamy weeks of July to fine-tune their… Read More >

Photo of Dr. Susan Andreatta and Junior Antropolgy major, Seth Rumbley, observe vegetables in the gardens.

The Magic of Soil

With the right prep work in creating good soil – and then some hard work planting and weeding and harvesting – you have something special…. Read More >

Minerva Statue

The UNCG Board of Trustees welcomes five new members

In early July, Governor Pat McCrory appointed two new members to the UNCG Board of Trustees. Betsy S. Oakley, UNCG alumna and co-owner of Charles… Read More >

UNCG Learning Factory camp Maker Faire July 17 & 24

You are invited to attend UNCG’s Learning Factory Summer Camp Maker Faire on July 17 and 24. The UNCG School of Education’s TQP grant, Transforming… Read More >

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JSNN NanoBus ribbon cutting July 21

On Tuesday, July 21, at 9:30 a.m., Dr. James Ryan, founding dean of the Joint School for Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, and JSNN students will officially… Read More >

photo of members of UNCG's sustainability team

UNCG Green Team

UNCG’s Sustainability Coordinator Trey McDonald appears to be an easy-going, gregarious man willing to talk about most anything with visitors. Until, that is, you mention… Read More >

Photo of SOAR ambassador taking a selfie with students during orientation

Spartans SOAR

Enthusiastic upperclassmen here sing, dance, scream, and cheer their message to incoming freshmen, parents, transfers and adult students.  The message is clear, “Welcome to UNCG. … Read More >

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UNCG-NCAA Final Decision

GREENSBORO, N.C. (JUNE 25, 2015) – The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) received notice today from the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division… Read More >

Photo with Vineyard highway sign for Laurel Gray, Windsor Run, Shadow Spring and Raffaldini wineries

UNCG Study: Improving the Road Sign Program for NC’s Agritourism Industry

A state-run road signage program has played a key role in connecting tourists with North Carolina’s booming wine and grape industry, which supports nearly 8,000… Read More >

Performance photo of Gilbert and Sullivan’s comedy “Iolanthe”

Love, comedy and opera

Greensboro’s Light Opera and Song (GLOS) continues its run of  Gilbert and Sullivan’s comedy “Iolanthe” in Aycock Auditorium, at UNCG, June 19 at 7:30 p.m…. Read More >

Photo of Julie Hodgin working with a seal at the North Carolina Zoo

Seals of approval

UNCG’s Julie Hodgin is not exactly on top of the world. But she’s close. This summer she is working at the Alaska SeaLife Center in… Read More >

Portrait photo of Natalie Hengstebeck

Fulbright to Netherlands

UNCG graduate student Natalie Hengstebeck has been interested in relationships for a long time. “I knew it was going to be couples in my career,” she… Read More >