Category: News | The College of Arts and Sciences


HNAC off to uplifting start in 2019-20

September 11, 2019

The Humanities Network and Consortium hosted a welcome-back event at the Alumni House last Wednesday, with opportunities for faculty and staff to find out more about HNAC Café events, writing groups, external funding workshops, and other public-facing events.

UNCG Plant and Pollinator Center Opens

September 9, 2019

The new state-of the-art research facility serves as a home to some of the most crucial research ‒ and community education ‒ that relates to pollinators, plants, and our global food supply.

Department of Psychology hosts 2019 Graduate Research Colloquium

September 9, 2019

This is a signature event of the Department of Psychology in which second year graduate students present their cutting-edge research to the department faculty, students, and university administrators.

Matt Barr’s film named “Best Documentary” at festival

August 28, 2019

This summer, the film “Union Time: Fighting for Workers’ Rights” won the Best Documentary Feature Award at the Workers Unite! Film Festival, the largest worker-related festival in the US.

MFA Readings launch with new faculty Xhenet Aliu

August 21, 2019

Xhenet Aliu, whose novel “Brass” was named by one publication as one of the ten best debut novels of 2018, will be the opening reader in the MFA Writing program’s events for this year.

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.