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Class of 2022: Where are they headed?

May 9, 2022

At Commencement on Friday, May 6, UNC Greensboro conferred approximately 2,137 bachelor’s degrees and 598 master’s degrees. As the largest […]


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College of Arts & Sciences honors faculty and staff

May 4, 2022

On Monday, May 2, the College of Arts & Sciences held its annual End-of-Year celebration to honor faculty and staff […]


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UNCG awarded first NSF major research instrumentation (MRI) grant

April 27, 2022

An interdisciplinary team of scientists at UNC Greensboro has been awarded the university’s first National Science Foundation (NSF) major research […]


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CAS faculty, staff honored for years of service

April 18, 2022

The College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) at UNC Greensboro will hold its annual end-of-year celebration on Monday, May 2, […]


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Faculty promotions and tenure announced

April 13, 2022

The following faculty in the College of Arts & Sciences were approved for promotion and tenure by the Board of Trustees on […]


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Mayoral candidates debate the issues at UNCG

April 4, 2022

  On Sunday, April 3 at 4 p.m., Greensboro’s four candidates for mayor participated in a debate held at UNC […]


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Economist Dr. Lisa Cook to present on diversity, inclusion, and economy

March 23, 2022

This free event will be held on Tuesday, March 29 at 7 p.m. in UNCG’s Elliott University Center.


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Greensboro mayoral debate to be held at UNCG

March 9, 2022

On Sunday, April 3, 2022, a debate will be held among the City of Greensboro’s candidates for mayor. The event […]


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Exhibit showcases 20 years of work by Stoel Burrowes

March 2, 2022

  On February 24, the Department of Interior Architecture hosted a special exhibit of work by Stoel Burrowes, a fine […]


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Douglass Day Transcribe-A-Thon preserves Black history

February 24, 2022

Every year on Valentine’s Day, volunteers from around the country work collectively to transcribe thousands of archival records documenting Black […]