Monthly Archives: March 2019

Ben Peterson with Moss Street student in podcast studio.

Moss Street students compete in NPR podcast challenge

Thanks to UNC Greensboro’s University Teaching & Learning Commons (UTLC), students from Moss Street Partnership School (MSPS) have a shot at having their self-recorded podcast… Read More >

Photo of Kobe Streeter with UNCG faculty and staff during a day-long build of a personal computer.

UNCG makes local teen’s wish come true

For 18-year-old Kobe Streeter, wishes really do come true. The recent graduate of High Point Central High School spent Saturday with UNC Greensboro faculty and… Read More >

Children watch as Science Everywhere volunteer introduces them to a turtle.

Become a scientist at annual Science Everywhere festival

Scientific marvels are all around us – from our bodies to the uncovered wonders of outer space. On Saturday, April 21, from 12 to 4… Read More >

Photo of student with iPad recording session of student using sign language

Teaching and tech: Deaf education students create lessons in SELF Design Studio

The instructions were simple. Claudia Pagliaro’s students had to create a language-based project for their future deaf and hard of hearing students using the UNCG… Read More >

Photo of students discussing the LiveSafe App in the Elliott University Center Rotunda

LiveSafe use on the rise

As the school year progresses, the number of UNCG students who download LiveSafe, the university’s new personal security mobile application, is steadily on the rise…. Read More >

Photo of freshman John Carter, Jr. with cell phone displaying the LiveSafe app

LiveSafe!

By Thursday, August 27 at 5 p.m., UNCG’s new LiveSafe personal security app had been downloaded 2365 times since the app was launched in early… Read More >

Photo of smartphone with App with UNCG Police blue light pole in the background

Safer Lives – FREE!

Next week when faculty, staff and students walk The University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s campus, they will access something new to help them stay… Read More >

Photo of Nano Bus

JSNN NanoBus ribbon cutting July 21

On Tuesday, July 21, at 9:30 a.m., Dr. James Ryan, founding dean of the Joint School for Nanoscience and Nanoengineering, and JSNN students will officially… Read More >