Monthly Archives: November 2016

UNCG appoints new communications leader

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro today announced the appointment of a new communications leader to help the rapidly growing university continue to build… Read More >

Photo of UNCG Police helping at move-in

Breaking barriers and building relationships

UNCG police have always had a presence on move-in day, managing traffic and directing new students to their destination. But this year, they amped up… Read More >

Chancellor Gilliam behind a podium

Giant steps for UNCG

It’s time for UNCG to take giant steps. That was Chancellor Franklin D. Gilliam Jr.’s message to faculty and staff Wednesday in his State of… Read More >

UNCG to host colloquium on contemporary Latin America

UNCG’s Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (LLC) will host a colloquium on contemporary Latin America on Thursday, March 24, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m…. Read More >

NBC News: Kuperberg speaks to dating and hook-up culture

UNCG Assistant Professor of Sociology Dr. Arielle Kuperberg recently co-authored a study called “The Date’s Not Dead After All: New Findings on Hooking Up, Dating… Read More >

UNCG alumni, staff recognized in Triad Business Journal’s 40 Leaders Under Forty

Ten UNCG alumni and staff were honored at the Triad Business Journal’s 40 Leaders Under Forty ceremony at UNCG’s Elliott University Center on Thursday, Feb…. Read More >

Group photo of researchers at a conference table

UNCG teams up with NFL to shift culture of high school sports

“Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.” The infamous quote, attributed to iconic football coaches Vince Lombardi and Red Saunders, has been spoken in countless… Read More >

Photo od students discussing strengths-based intervention research

UNCG researchers: knowing ‘strengths’ spurs success

We’ve heard it a thousand times. Put your best foot forward. Be positive. Play to your strengths. But what if you don’t know what your… Read More >

Nationally-lauded communication activism book has UNCG ties

A book dealing with how professors teach activism in communication courses recently won an Outstanding Book Award from the Applied Communication Division of the National… Read More >