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 >

‘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 >

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 >

Community Engagement Series launches at UNCG

Dr. Timothy K. Eatman, an assistant professor of higher education at Syracuse University and co-director of Imagining America: Artists & Scholars in Public Life, will… Read More >

UNCG students take a ‘day on’ for service on MLK Day

Students may have the day off from classes on Monday, but some are choosing to use it as a “day on.” They’ll be participating in the… Read More >

Restauranteur to discuss entrepreneurial journey

Lee Comer, founder of the Greensboro restaurant Iron Hen Café and the catering company Fresh.Local.Good., will share her company’s story at the North Carolina Entrepreneurship… Read More >

Lecture will explore culture of learning

Rescheduled for Feb. 11 Dr. Bennett Ramsey, an associate professor of religious studies at UNCG and senior faculty fellow in the Warren Ashby Residential College,… Read More >

Exhibition shares stories of Greensboro community

Graduate students from UNCG’s Public History program are helping to ensure the history of Terra Cotta, a community in western Greensboro, isn’t overlooked. For close… Read More >

UNCG: Traditional luminaires take on new meaning

Starting at dusk on Tuesday, Dec.  4, 1,400 luminaires will light the UNCG campus. This annual tradition takes on new meaning this year: For $1,… Read More >

Concert for Hurricane Sandy relief Dec. 5

Christina Hart hails from Long Island. Both her mother’s and father’s families live in the Setauket area. Christina’s family fared relatively well as Hurricane Sandy… Read More >

UNCG grad featured in Ms. Magazine story about women’s studies

Rebecca Mann, a graduate of the Women’s and Gender Studies master’s program at UNCG, was featured in the Fall 2012 issue of Ms. Magazine in… Read More >