Monthly Archives: October 2019

graphic reading "PRIDE! OF THE COMMUNITY"

UNCG documents LGBTQ+ history in the Triad

Which North Carolina city has done the most to advance inclusive laws and policies for the LGBTQ+ community? According to recent rankings by the Human… Read More >

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Students gain hands-on experience in interior architecture’s preservation field school

Restoring gravestones in an old fishing village on the Outer Banks of North Carolina – it’s not your typical classroom experience. But for 10 students… Read More >

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UNCG ranks No. 59 on Best for Vets list

For the second year in a row, Military Times has recognized UNCG for its commitment to serving veteran students with excellence. The university was ranked… Read More >

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Global UNCG: A practical education

Germany native Chong Zhang left his hometown of Speyer, in the summer of 2015 to pursue an MBA at UNCG’s Bryan School of Business and… Read More >

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Global UNCG: From Philippines to America, a life of exploration

In the latest installment of #GlobalUNCG, Philippines native Rodell Barrientos shares his story of growing up living the “simple life” in Manila, Philippines, and later… Read More >

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The world in your own backyard

This weekend, you can travel the world without leaving Greensboro. I-Fest, UNCG’s 34th annual international festival, is bringing Russia, Peru, India, Korea, Mexico and more… Read More >

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UNCG’s African American history on display through Google Cultural Institute

In honor of Black History Month, the Google Cultural Institute is showcasing 80 online exhibits from museums and cultural centers across the nation. Exhibit topics… Read More >

Beyond the book: Bringing learning home

This semester, UNCG students faced the good, the bad and the ugly of the global garment industry. All incoming freshmen read “Where am I Wearing?” by… Read More >

Photo of students and faculty on a visit to the Kalenderhane Mosque, once a Byzantine Church.

Flying to Byzantium

Few cities match the religious history and architectural splendor of Istanbul. For 13 UNCG Religious Studies and History students, few trips will ever match the… Read More >