UNCG’s Institute for Community and Economic Engagement (ICEE) offers support to faculty and administrators who are in positions where they review dossiers that include community-engaged research/creative activity/inquiry, teaching, and service activities and artifacts.

War & Peace Imagined, a year-long exploration of conflict and resolution from an array of perspectives, will offer a full schedule of performances, lectures, film, exhibits, and community interactions, thanks to a collaborative partnership formed between UNCG and the Greensboro Public Library, Greensboro Symphony, and Triad Stage.

“Faculty members at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro experiment with a model for course redesign they say can increase access and quality and lower costs.” — Carl Straumsheim UNCG’s Craft Project was featured in Straumsheim’s August 17, 2016 article in Inside Higher Ed, an independent journalism organization that works to ensure the fairness and […]

The Office of Research & Engagement is offering some helpful workshops for research support, grant guidance, and applying for internal awards. Visit their Upcoming Events link to learn more. View the complete Research & Engagement events calendar here.

The University Libraries at UNCG is partnering with three other area institutions on a project to make the records of the history of medicine in the Gate City–a total of thirteen unique archival collections–better known and more accessible to scholars, students and community researchers. Read more at the Friends of the UNCG Libraries blog.