More than 1,700 Spartans graduated from UNCG on Thursday, and many of them took to social media to commemorate their achievement. Thanks to everyone who… Read More >
Monthly Archives: December 2016
UNCG exercise science major Jasmine Williams began bodybuilding in 2014. She won her first competition in 2015, and 11 months later she earned her pro… Read More >
Battle Canoes, the thrilling intramural sports competition held at universities across the nation, returns to UNCG on Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 6 p.m. at Rosenthal… Read More >
UNCG students contributed more than 1 million hours of community service in 2013-14, the most recent year for which data are available. That brings the… Read More >
Candace Robinson volunteered with a bunch of fellow UNCG students at the Topsail Island sea turtle hospital last month, camping through a storm. But it’s… Read More >
Just under 1,650 students are expected to earn degrees at UNCG’s 2014 Winter Commencement. The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 11, in the… Read More >
What’s better than winning the Carolinas Amateur Golf Championship? Winning it twice. Sophomore men’s golfer Carter Jenkins claimed the 100th annual Carolinas Amateur Championship of… Read More >
UNCG Chancellor Linda P. Brady conferred more than 1,800 degrees Friday, Dec. 13, during the university’s winter commencement exercises. The ceremony took place in the Greensboro Coliseum. August and December graduates received their diplomas and stepped out into a future filled with possibility.
A Greensboro couple are establishing a scholarship fund at UNCG that will provide aid to students who want to pursue graduate studies in nutrition or… Read More >
Born with Amniotic Band Syndrome, UNCG Guarantee student plans to set up medical clinics for the poor.
UNCG senior outfielder Christian Wolfe became the 13th All-America selection in program history when he was chosen to the Collegiate Baseball All-America third team. Wolfe is… Read More >
Doctoral student Richard Vestal’s research targets treatment for the most deadly brain cancer
With rising numbers of veterans enrolling in college, UNCG’s Program in Conflict and Peace Studies and UNCG Veteran’s Services will explore what it takes to… Read More >
Going from Corps to campus wasn’t easy for veteran.