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48-hour campaign encourages donors to show they #BelieveIntheG

The clock has started on a 48-hour campaign calling on Spartans to show how much they #BelieveInTheG. UNCG is hosting the second “Believe In The… Read More >

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UNCG spring enrollment up 4.8 percent over last year

A significant increase in undergraduate students has boosted UNCG’s 2015 spring semester enrollment compared to spring semester 2014. Undergraduate enrollment increased by 534 students to… Read More >

‘Housing the Homeless’ focus at UNCG’s Novem Mason Symposium on Community-Engaged Design

The 2015 Novem Mason Symposium on Community-Engaged Design will focus on ‘Housing the Homeless’ and will feature Brent Brown, of bcWORKSHOP and Dallas CityDesign Studio…. Read More >

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UNCG’s economic value to Piedmont Triad region

There are almost a billion reasons UNCG is essential to the Triad economy. $988.6 million to be exact. The first-ever statewide study documenting the economic… Read More >

News Tip: Jon Stewart redefined the concept of news and political discussion

Comedian Jon Stewart announced plans Tuesday to leave the anchor desk of the satirical news program “The Daily Show” after more than 16 years. Geoffrey… Read More >

Travis Hicks will be honored by NC Campus Compact

Travis Hicks will receive the North Carolina Campus Compact’s 2015 Robert L. Sigmon Service-Learning Award. As a UNCG assistant professor of Interior Architecture, Hicks fully… Read More >

Enjoy UNCG music – and dance – live via the web

Enjoying a UNCG Music performance is always a wonderful experience. You can’t get to a particular performance? It may be one of the many that… Read More >

News Tip: Athletes warned to avoid dietary supplements

David Wyrick, Ph.D., director of the UNCG Institute to Promote Athlete Health & Wellness, urges athletes to “put down that pill” in the wake of… Read More >

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Nanoscientist has big hopes for tiny heart monitor

Imagine a device so small it can be embedded in your t-shirt — a device that non-invasively and painlessly monitors your heart’s electrical signals, predicting… Read More >

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‘Bones’ creator at UNCG April 8

Kathy Reichs — best-selling crime writer and inspiration for the Fox TV series “Bones” — will be the guest speaker at the Friends of the… Read More >

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Author Charlie Lovett at UNCG Feb. 5

Charlie Lovett, author of “First Impressions: A Novel of Old Books, Unexpected Love, and Jane Austen” will speak at UNCG Feb. 5. The free event… Read More >

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 >