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Prints and sculpture reflect history

Art is a mirror for culture and history – and art is profoundly inspiring when it reflects our collective history’s most difficult moments. Through Feb…. Read More >

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Nano tech, big impact

They’re a million times smaller than a hair follicle on your head. But they can be used to solve some of our biggest problems. Dr…. Read More >

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Students to participate in annual MLK Day of Service

UNC Greensboro students will spend this weekend living out the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.  The University’s annual MLK Day of Service takes… Read More >

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Online programs recognized by U.S. News & World Report

UNC Greensboro has some of the best online degree programs in the nation according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 Best Online Programs… Read More >

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UNCG hosts NC economic roundtable

UNC Greensboro’s Bryan School of Business and Economics partnered with the publication Business North Carolina to host the 2020 North Carolina Economic Forecast Roundtable on Friday, Jan…. Read More >

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UNCG to host MLK Day at the Swarm

UNC Greensboro is teaming up with the Greensboro Swarm for a special night of basketball and Spartan spirit in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day… Read More >

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Welcome back, Spartans

Today marks the start of a new semester, a new year, and a new decade for Spartans.  It’s an exciting – and busy – time… Read More >

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Activist Natalie Warne to keynote MLK Celebration

UNC Greensboro and North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University will join hands once again for the annual Joint Commemorative Program to celebrate the life… Read More >

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Students teach positive communication to businesses

We’re all too familiar with the “dark side” of communication – hate speech, unethical advertising, poor customer service. But what about the other side of… Read More >

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A data-driven approach to end human trafficking

When many of us think about human trafficking, we imagine a kidnapping at the border. But often that’s not the case – in fact, it’s… Read More >

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A new vision for the humanities

Discussions in the humanities – from philosophy and religion, to history and politics – guide our most crucial decisions, on a global scale and in… Read More >

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Nursing student recognized for public health research

Jaimee Lee Watts, a doctoral nursing student at UNC Greensboro, was named one of 13 “Students Who Rocked Public Health” in 2019 by the Journal… Read More >