September 6, 2022 To:  UNCG Faculty From:  Debbie Storrs, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor RE: Monthly Faculty Small Group Meetings Announcement With the many changes and challenges occurring across higher education and in our university, it is more important than ever to remain in dialogue with one another. Towards this end, the Provost is introducing […]

Date:  August 8, 2022 To:  UNCG Faculty From:  Debbie Storrs, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor RE:  Fall 2022 Welcome Message Welcome to the start of the fall semester. I hope you had a wonderful summer with time to rest, reflect, and re-energize. This year promises to bring additional change, opportunities, and challenges. I’m committed to […]

Greensboro, known as the Gate City, is a hub for transportation, culture, and ideas. It’s also uniquely situated in the headwaters of the Cape Fear River. So, it’s fitting that UNC Greensboro is also the nexus for a recently funded National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant that focuses on the Cape Fear Watershed. The project is […]

This week, UNC Greensboro’s 2022 May Commencement and Doctoral Hooding Ceremony welcomed 2,838 new graduates into the Spartan alumni family at the Greensboro Coliseum and UNCG Auditorium. 2,137 bachelor’s degrees, 598 master’s degrees, and 103 doctoral degrees were conferred, including 78 to international students. Their path was not easy; their academic journeys were in the midst of […]

Teaching Awards Each year the university solicits nominations for three Alumni Teaching Excellence Awards, and the UNC System Board of Governors Award for Excellence in Teaching.  A committee comprised of UNCG faculty and students selects recipients for the Alumni Teaching Excellence Awards and chooses UNCG’s nominee for the Board of Governors Award for Excellence in […]

INDUSTRIES OF THE BLIND AND COLLEGE OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS PUBLIC ARTWORK UNCG’s College of Visual and Performing Arts (CVPA) collaborated with Industries of the Blind (IOB) on the installation of a public art piece which tells the stories of the blind and low-visioned using sight, sound, and touch. Founded in 1933, Industries of the […]

April 18, 2022 To:  UNCG Faculty From:  Debbie Storrs, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor  RE:  Two Faculty Development Opportunities  I am pleased to share with you a couple of faculty development opportunities.  The Provost’s Office will support 10 faculty members for the North Carolina ACE Women’s Network Conference and sponsor one faculty member for the […]

April 11, 2022   TO: UNCG Faculty & Staff From: Debbie Storrs, Provost & Executive Vice Chancellor RE:  Changes to UNCG Online and University Services To provide enhanced services, reduce organizational redundancy and improve budgetary efficiencies, The Division of Online Learning (UNCG Online) and its related functions have been integrated into various units across campus. […]