Monthly Archives: January 2017

Following up on recent executive order: privacy and legal resources

As we continue to assess the implications of the recent executive order regarding travel and immigration, it is important that we provide clarity on the… Read More >

Chancellor message to faculty and staff on recent executive order

On January 27, 2017, President Trump signed an Executive Order entitled “Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States by Foreign Nationals.” A… Read More >

Campus shot of cars driving down Spring Garden Street with downtown skyline in the background

UNCG named top workplace for commuters

UNCG was named the top university nationally for employees who commute in the 2016 Best Workplaces for Commuters “Race to Excellence” awards. Best Workplaces for… Read More >

This is your moment

This is the moment. A new academic year stretches before you, ripe with opportunity. Perhaps you’ll find your calling in the lab, partnering with faculty… Read More >

UNCG housekeeping staff-members take a tour of Shaw Hall, part of the newly renovated Quad on the UNCG campus.

Quad renovation certified LEED Gold

UNCG’s iconic Quad residence halls, a collection of seven buildings constructed in the 1920s and recently renovated, have been certified LEED Gold by the U.S…. Read More >

Jackson discusses boycotts and branding on ‘The State of Things’

In the midst of the current Chick-Fil-A controversy, Thomas Jackson, associate professor of history, spoke on air with Frank Stasio, host of WUNC’s “The State of… Read More >

UNCG Professor Named Editor of Journal

By Sean Olson, University Relations Kathleen Williams, professor and head of the Department of Exercise and Sport Science, has been named editor of “Research Quarterly… Read More >

Schweninger Receives $200,000 NEH Grant to Complete Slavery Petitions Project

By Tiffany Edwards, University Relations Dr. Loren Schweninger, professor of history, has received a 2005 award from the National Endowment for the Humanities to create… Read More >

Professor’s Book Grew out of Teaching Experience

By Sean Olson, University Relations The Seventh Edition of Griffith’s Book How can we read about literature? How can we write about it? Those are… Read More >

Children’s Play Wraps up Season at Summer Rep

By Kimberly Hardin, University Relations Lauren Meeks, Joe Morrissey and Ginny Lee star in “Here There Be Dragons.” Attention summer camp coordinators and families with… Read More >

Fadial-Vanderborgh Duo Performs in France

By Tiffany Edwards, University Relations Dr. John Fadial, associate professor of violin at UNCG, and Beth Vanderborgh, principal cellist with the Greensboro Symphony, will travel… Read More >

Jazz Ensemble Receives National Recognition for ‘Live with Dewey Redman’

By Tiffany Edwards, University Relations The UNCG Jazz Ensemble has recently received national recognition for its 2004 recording, “Live with Dewey Redman.” The CD was… Read More >

A. Van Jordan Receives Anisfield-Wolf Award

By Sean Olson, University Relations A. Van Jordan, poet and faculty member at UNCG, continues to rack up accolades for his latest book of poetry,… Read More >

New Music Festival Merges Music and Technology April 7-9

By Tiffany Edwards, University Relations Anne LeBaron Composers and performers will encourage audiences to break out of their comfort zone April 7-9, when they challenge… Read More >

Dance Marathon April 2 Benefits Student, Kidney Foundation

By Lindsay Apple, University Relations When UNCG students organized their first Dance Marathon fund-raiser in 2001, volunteers did not know the event would raise more… Read More >

Conference on Victorian Culture and Poetry April 1 and 2

By Sean Olson, University Relations April is National Poetry Month and UNCG is celebrating with a conference on Victorian culture and poetry. The Victorians Institute… Read More >

University Offers New Consumer, Apparel, and Retail Programs

The new Consumer, Apparel and Retail Studies (CARS) Department, formerly the Textile Products Design and Marketing Department, is offering new curriculums for both undergraduate and… Read More >

Theatre Professors, Students Bring Home Honors

Associate Professor Jim Wren of UNCG received the Outstanding Teacher of Acting award at the Kennedy Center/American College Theater Festival’s southeastern regional competition in West… Read More >

Poets, Scholars Remember Evalyn Pierpoint Gill

By Tiffany Edwards, University Relations Evalyn Pierpoint Gill A host of accomplished poets will honor Evalyn Pierpoint Gill, a former faculty member at UNCG and… Read More >

‘Translating Gender’ Series Opens with Eastern European Politics

By Tiffany Edwards, University Relations Lithuania was one of the first European countries to give women political rights, granting them the right to vote and… Read More >

UNCG Professors Publish Geography Book

By Sean Olson, University Relations Two professors in the UNCG Department of Geography have published an introductory text on human geography. Professor Dr. Gordon Bennett… Read More >

Ashby Dialogue Presents Discussion of Klan-Nazi Shootings Feb. 24

By Sean Olson, University Relations The Ashby Dialogue Series will tackle the issues of the Nov. 3, 1979, Klan-Nazi shootings in Greensboro with “What is… Read More >

Carolina Film and Video Festival Raises the Bar

By Tiffany Edwards, University Relations Mystery pervades in a scene from “Bedford” by Andres Sanz. More submissions, bigger prizes and an expanded events schedule will… Read More >

Wall Street Success Muriel Siebert Speaks At UNCG Commencement May 13

By Lindsay Apple, University Relations Muriel Siebert Muriel Siebert, the first woman to own a seat on the New York Stock Exchange and to head… Read More >

Professor Discusses Portrayal of African American Males in Film Feb. 7

By Tiffany Edwards, University Relations How does the history of African American film reflect mainstream America’s perception of black character, behavior and masculinity? How do… Read More >