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Flutist Ian Clarke with Inara Zandmane, piano, Feb. 6

Flutist-composer Ian Clarke is the featured artist for a weekend of exciting flute performances and classes at Carolina Flute Fest, held at the UNCG School… Read More >

UNCG alumni in New York Times times two

Two Sunday New York Times. Two features on UNCG alumni. This Sunday (Feb. 1), Kelly Link will be interviewed in the New York Times Book… Read More >

Photo of campus tour on College Avenue

Make UNCG your destination

Now that you’re admitted, take the next step toward making UNCG your college destination. Get a jumpstart on your freshman year. Destination UNCG is a… Read More >

Undergraduates Carly Ruda and Brady Wease as Sally Bowles and Cliff Bradshaw

Your table’s waiting…

The Kit Kat Club opens for business Feb. 12-22, so come hear the music play. See UNCG Theatre’s production of “Cabaret” live in Taylor Theatre…. Read More >

Selfie expression. Yancey and his students.

Yancey plays the music forward

For 13 years, Danny Yancey  ’07 M.M.Ed has given the gift of music to his students. Now one of them has returned the favor. In… Read More >

Artists will share secrets to success at UNCG SEA Conference

Artists and creative professionals will share secrets to success in the arts at UNCG’s Southern Entrepreneurship in the Arts Conference on Feb. 21, 2015, at… Read More >

The Bryan School of Business and Economics on the UNCG campus

Welsh named Fulbright-Hall Chair for Central Europe

Dr. Dianne H. B. Welsh, a professor in the UNCG Bryan School of Business and Economics, has been named the Fulbright-Hall Distinguished Chair in Entrepreneurship for… Read More >

The Bryan School of Business and Economics on the UNCG campus

Bryan faculty members named to endowed professorships

Three faculty members in the UNCG Bryan School of Business and Economics have been named to endowed professorships. Bryan School Dean McRae C. “Mac” Banks… Read More >

Photo of Kaziah Miller with students creating paper mache

Helping hands

Kaziah Miller was researching potential colleges when UNCG got her attention. “I saw that slogan, ‘Do something bigger altogether,’ and it made me curious,” she… Read More >

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 >

At UNCG, former U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha Trethewey Jan. 20

Natasha Trethewey, Pulitzer Prize winning poet and Poet Laureate of the United States from 2012-14, will read from her most recent work and then have… Read More >

NESP works to improve evaluation support for Triad nonprofits

Evaluation is a critical tool for nonprofit organizations. A well-crafted program evaluation helps to ensure that programs are actually accomplishing their intended goals, provides accountability… Read More >