January 28, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO: UNCG Faculty RE: A Day of Adaptive, Differentiated, and Personalized Learning The University Teaching and Learning Commons (UTLC) is offering a collection of hands-on experiences on Wednesday, February 6, 2019 showcasing ways to develop and implement adaptive, differentiated, and personalized learning in your courses.  The day will have a practical […]

January 28, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO: UNCG Faculty RE: IMPORTANT CourseLeaf Training This is a reminder to please sign up for training in our new CourseLeaf software which will manage our curriculum review and catalog creation processes.  Sessions are offered Feb. 5 – 8.  The training will be conducted by a member of the CourseLeaf training […]

The Office of the Provost and the University Libraries are joining together to support faculty interested in providing their students with a less expensive yet educationally rewarding alternative to expensive commercial textbooks. The high cost of commercial textbooks (print and electronic) is a major concern for both students and their parents.  The Open Education “Mini-Grants” […]

  January 16, 2019 MEMORANDUM TO: UNCG Faculty RE: IMPORTANT CourseLeaf Curriculum Training In Fall 2017, UNCG elected to implement the Curriculum Inventory Management (CIM) and Catalog (CAT) modules of the CourseLeaf system produced by Leepfrog. CIM and CAT are replacing the existing paper-based processes for proposing, reviewing, and approving changes to courses and programs and the annual production […]

In November, UNCG named the second cohort of McNair scholars, and 19 students were inducted into the UNCG Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Program, a federal TRiO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The new cohort includes representation from every school at UNCG and 17 departments. The goal of UNCG-McNair is to diversify faculty […]

Conversations that Matter: Lloyd International Honors College at NCHA conference UNC Greensboro’s Lloyd International Honors College was well represented at the North Carolina Honors Association (NCHA) 2018 conference, held at High Point University in late September. The Honors College has played a leadership role in the statewide association over the past three years, hosting the […]

Whether it’s being a first-generation college student, overcoming language barriers or facing other challenges, many young people in the Latino and Hispanic community find understanding the process of applying for financial resources and gaining admission to college a daunting prospect. Prospective students already have plenty of questions. How do I apply? What resources are available […]