Furniture Today: UNCG student wins national interior design competition

UNCG third-year interior architecture student Kim Young was featured in Furniture Today after winning first place in the national Bienenstock Furniture Library Interior Design Competition. Read… Read More >

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Happy Holidays, UNCG

As our students, alumni, faculty and staff are reunited with their families and spend time celebrating the joys of this holiday season, let us also… 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 >

Francois named national player of the week

UNCG men’s soccer junior forward Jacques Francois has been named the Disney Soccer/NSCAA National Player of the Week for NCAA Division I men’s soccer. Francois… Read More >

Beyond Academics can offer federal student aid

UNCG students with intellectual and developmental disabilities can now apply for federal student aid. UNCG’s Beyond Academics program is now one of only 34 similar… Read More >

Spartones to partner with North Davidson High, newspaper reports

The spring choral program at North Davidson High School will offer something a little different this year – music by the UNCG Spartones, a male… Read More >

Superintendent finalists include two with UNCG ties

Two of three finalists for superintendent of the Wake County Schools have ties to UNCG, according to a report by WNCN-TV. The station reported that… Read More >

Newspapers highlight Well•Spring, UNCG partnership

A partnership between UNCG and Well•Spring Services Inc. was highlighted in stories published Wednesday in The Business Journal and the News & Record. The partnership… Read More >

Persistence, support pays off for recent grad, N&R reports

News & Record columnist Jeri Rowe profiled Louise Vincent and her journey from addiction to the successful completion of a master’s degree in public health… Read More >

Stine offers insight on historic Hedgecock farm

Dr. Linda Stine, lecturer and director of UNCG’s Archaeology Program Laboratory, was among the experts featured in a News & Record story May 8 about… Read More >

Ribar discusses the impact of grocery tax changes with WGHP

Dr. David Ribar, an economics professor in the Bryan School of Business and Economics, was interviewed by WGHP Fox 8 on the impact proposed changes… Read More >

Ford explains varying hospital prices on WFMY

WFMY interviewed Dr. Eric Ford, the Forsyth Medical Center distinguished professor of healthcare management, on the varying prices local hospitals charge for the same procedure. “The hospitals are… Read More >