The Guilford County Health Relationships Initiative (HRI), a partnership between UNCG and the Phillips Foundation, was launched on January 31, 2017. The mission of the Guilford County Healthy Relationships Initiative is to infuse the local community with information, resources, and services to promote happy, healthy, and safe relationships and prevent the negative consequences of relationship […]

The high cost of commercial textbooks (print and electronic) is a major concern for both students and their parents.  The Open Education “Mini-Grants” Initiative encourages instructors to use low-cost or free alternatives to expensive course materials; these can include open-access scholarly resources, library-licensed and owned resources, and learning objects and texts that faculty create themselves. Fifteen […]

Join the UTLC on Wednesday, February 15, for a cup of coffee, tea, hot chocolate – pick up a snack – and they’ll have “s’more” materials! It’s a great time to meet with colleagues from across campus. 9-10am in the Faculty Center. There is no need to register – drop in as your schedule allows!

The Office of Sponsored Programs and University Libraries are co-presenting “Show Me the Money” – a workshop designed to explore how to get the most from grant seeking databases, including SPIN, GrantSelect, Grant Advisor Plus, and the Foundation Center. The course will be offered in the Bryan Computer Lab, Room 211, from 3:30-5:30pm, and attendees […]

Banner Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system of applications and data has been used at UNCG since 1997 to manage a vast array of essential university functions. In fact, Banner supports just about everything the University does to move students successfully from application to graduation, including advising, registration, curriculum management, course scheduling, financial aid, HR and payroll.

Join the UTLC on Thursday, February 9, for a cup of coffee, tea, hot chocolate – pick up a snack – and they’ll have “s’more” materials! It’s a great time to meet with colleagues from across campus. 9-10am in the Faculty Center. There is no need to register – drop in as your schedule allows!

The National Science Foundation has awarded one million dollars to support the Science, Technology and Math Preparation Scholarships (STAMPS) Program at UNCG.  The award will support a collaborative effort proposed by faculty and staff within UNCG’s College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education, and the University Teaching and Learning Commons.