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Dr. Spoma Jovanovic (CST) Featured on NPR for Community Engagement

August 16, 2019

Jovanovic is part of the Tenant Leadership Academy, an initiative to educate tenants on how to strengthen their apartment communities and lower eviction rates.

New Academic Year to Kick Off with NAV1GATE

August 14, 2019

UNC Greensboro will kick off the 2019-20 academic year next Monday, Aug. 19, with the annual NAV1GATE New Student Convocation.

‘Etched in Stone?’ Exhibition Takes Two National Honors

August 7, 2019

UNCG’s Public History program received the 2019 History in Progress Award as well as the 2019 Award of Excellence for the exhibition.

Alumni Bring Historic Hospitality to Greensboro

August 7, 2019

English Alumna, Amanda Keith ’11 MA, and her husband, James ’13 DMA, decided to open an the Double Oaks Bed and Breakfast just blocks from the UNCG campus in the 100-year-old Westerwood neighborhood.

Dr. Olav Rueppell and Dr. Michael Kane among New Distinguished and Excellence Professors

July 23, 2019

Distinguished professorships honor some of UNC Greensboro’s most inspiring and productive professors, allowing them opportunities to pursue further research and also support students in meaningful ways.

Spartans remember the moon landing

July 23, 2019

For the 50th anniversary, Dean Kiss, Dr. Hellen, and Dr. Danford recall their experiences seeing it – and offer their perspectives on space travel.

Communication Studies receives major grant focused on communities

July 10, 2019

The NCA selected UNCG to host the inaugural Center for Communication, Community Collaboration, and Change, which will connect community organizations with engaged communication scholars.

Humanities projects selected for Mellon Foundation funding

June 26, 2019

See the many UNCG initiatives and groups that will receive awards from the foundation.

‘Wonder world’ teaching of Ann Somers nets her two big awards

June 26, 2019

From coral reefs to sea turtles to salamanders, Somers, lecturer of biology, works toward wildlife conservation and STEM education.

Ariana Garcia receives Trow Undergraduate Scholarship

June 13, 2019

Ariana was selected to receive the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society for First-Year SuccessTrow Undergraduate Scholarship for the 2019 – 2020 academic year.