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UNCG Science Everywhere Festival

January 16, 2019

The fifth annual UNCG Science Everywhere Festival will take place on Saturday, April 13, 2019, from 12-4 p.m.


6th Annual Novem Mason Symposium

January 15, 2019

Join UNCG’s Department of Interior Architecture and the Center for Community-Engaged Design for the 6th annual Novem Mason Symposium for […]


Faculty/Student Work Leads to New Historical Marker

January 15, 2019

The project brings light to the now-abandoned Old Polio Hospital’s past


Honoring alumni with art

January 9, 2019

Drane and Tillman were the first two African American students to attend and graduate from Woman’s College


McNair Scholars represent every school at UNCG

January 9, 2019

Nineteen students were inducted into the UNCG Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Program


Star light, stars bright at UNCG

January 9, 2019

Come out and see the stars this semester at the UNCG Planetarium and Three College Observatory. Multiple viewing dates are coming up at both locations, and they all require reservations.


College Faculty and Lloyd International Honors College Highlighted in YES! Weekly

January 3, 2019

Dean Omar Ali and his ‘ensemble’ are creating a new kind of performative culture which challenges the prevailing notion that […]


IARc Students lend design skills to local community development project

December 14, 2018

Interior Architecture and CCED students supplied the design work for Greensboro’s new Amadi Way center. Watch the video for more […]


Dean John Kiss was interviewed by Nature for a piece on China’s experiments with plant growth on the moon

December 12, 2018

“The proposed Chinese experiments will seek to verify previous studies on the International Space Station,” says John Kiss, a space biologist at the University of North Carolina Greensboro.


National Geographic featured Dr. Matina Rueppel’s work in an article on mouse vocalizations

December 12, 2018

Researchers eavesdropped on California mice to learn how they cope with separation—listen to their calls, both friendly and angry.